Exactly what is the point of this thread? All I see is a bunch of random thoughts with no meaning.
There is no one mobo that supports both Intel and AMD processors.
Nvidia does not manufacture mobo's they just sell the chip's.
Almost every mobo manufacturer produces a mobo with 3 pci-e slots, some have even more.
The 4000 FSB is actually the HyperTransport Speed and not the "actual" FSB that your use to dealing with. It has nothing to do with the speed of the memory.
No, you will not find 3000MHz memory modules. There are various types and speeds of memory.The most common types are DDR, DDR2 and DDR3. The most common speeds, in MHz, are 800, 1066, 1333, 1600 and 2000.
Crossfire is ATI's platform for a multi-gpu system. SLI is Nvidia's platform for a multi-gpu system.
Almost everything is faster than a normal Pentium 4.
Originally Posted by phantom555
The gigabyte mobo are very colourful and full of good features. Then there is asus maximus which i also read about.
What is it that you want to know?