One Gigabyte Motherboard, Four Graphics Cards


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CPU SocketIntel Pentium 4 LGA775 CPU
ChipsetNorthbridge: nVIDIA nForce 4 SLI Intel Edition (Crush 19)Southbridge: nVIDIA nForce4 SLI (Athlon Edition CK804)
Memory Socket4 DDR2 DIMM Memory Slots for up to 4 GB RAM
Expansion Slots4x PCI Express x16 Slots2x PCI Express x 1 slots1x 32 Bit PCI slots
IDE / FDDUltraATA/133 Controller (2 Ports, 4 Devices)Floppy Port
SATA/IDE RAID4 SATA2 w/ RAID Support by nVIDIA nForce4 SLI
USB 2.010 USB 2.0 Ports
IEEE 13943 IEEE 1394a
LANCK8-04 MAC + Marvell 88E1111 Gigabit PHY (10/100/1000 Mbit)Agere ET1310 PCIE Gigabit PHY (10/100/1000 Mbit)
AudioRealtek ALC850 CODEC8 Channel with SPDIF in/out
PS/2 kB/Mouse1/1

Using any cooler that is larger than Intel's reference model might interfere with the north bridge fan, which can be mounted to the heat sink.

CPU-Z is not able to detect the correct south bridge.

  • ShrikeC145
    That looks absolutely amazing! Just wondering, what model of graphics cards are they?
  • jealousfraud
    Three ways to Setup Multiple Monitors
    1) You can buy a pre-manufactured multi-monitor computer. The best place to purchase a multiple monitor computer is at: They carry a multi-monitor computer line called SUPER-PC that can support from 2 to 16 monitors.

    Multi-Screen Computer Systems
    Multiple Monitor LCD Displays
    2) You can get a USB to VGA Adapter, or USB to DVI Adapter that will allow you to add an extra monitor to your computer via any USB2.0 Port. You can also add multiple extra monitors by using multiple adapters. This is a great option for viewing documents, surfing the web, using Microsoft Office and many other business tasks. This is not a good option for intense graphical situations such as HDTV, Blu-ray, Gaming and 3D / CAD Workstation applications. For those types of scenarios, it is highly recommended that you purchase a high-powered multi-monitor workstation or a Matrox Dual or Triple Head2Go.

    Multi-Monitor Adapters
    3) You can replace or add an extra video card to your existing computer, depending on how many monitors you wish to support. Although this sounds easy enough, this is a rather complex solution for a beginner, especially when trying to find a compatible graphics card. For this reason, I am going to write an entirely seperate post on that topic and will link to it here, very soon.

    Multi-Monitor Video Cards
    Once you have your multiple monitor system set up and ready to use, you will need to enable all of your monitors in your “Display Properties” Control Panel. Here is a great link to a complete and animated walkthrough of how to enable your multiple monitors in Windows.

    How to Setup Multiple Monitors (Instructions)
    This is what it will look like when you are done:

    Multi-Monitor Video Demo 1Multi-Monitor Video Demo 2