so you chose the GB to mean gigabit rather than the standard Gb?
And zgood, really bad math man.
USing your numbers, it would be 32/8=4 GB/sec which is gigabytes since there are 8 bits in one byte,,,,then again i think my assumption of 8 gigabits in one gigabyte is wrong since they use the binary system. Who cars anyway, all I know is you lost a few factors of ten.
PCI-e is just like the usb2 intro from usb1.1,,maybe not as dramatic, but still a big new thing.
Anyone know when they will reach the max throughput of a motherboard? Meaning that irregardless of the pci-e video card (or whatever is faster) and then you have usb2 and firewire 2 coming, you have the sound card communicating, any raid card communicating through it?
I don't know if thre is a such thing, but what is the max throughput of the motherboards?