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Why does the motherboard sometimes support more than one front side bus speed
A motherboard sometimes support more than one system bus speed? Because backward compatibility dict ates that older buses be supported on a motherboard, even when faster, better busses exist. [ All this makes for a maze of buses on a motherboard widening the transportation for data. Each bus has diffe rent speeds, access methods, and protocols. ]
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