Hi Aries Rose.
This service works like this:
You ask a technical question, and somebody will answer.
Instead of a technical question you published a confused bunch of copy and paste from previous comments.
I was even going to report your post as plain abuse, then I realised that your confused post contains fragment of what looks like a real support request, mixed with abuse, calling names and unrelated considerations.
I spotted following questions:
1 there's a chip in there that says real tech and it also says 8 channel audio on the board. as well as a texas inst. chip that says g4 does that help?
A: It does not help . half of the motherboards have realtek chipset, and many of them have a TI chip like that.
If you want to identify your motherboard model to get specifications you need to get the number on the motherboard (FCC ID):How to Indentify a Motherboard
2 - "i need to know what my max ram is wether i have a 32 bit or 64 bit, what determines that?"
32 bit or 64 bit presumably refers to CPU , not to RAM. This data is determined by CPU type supported by motherboard. If Windows is working you can open the RUN box on start menu and type Dxdiag to know the CPU installed on your PC. If computer is not starting , get motherboard number and find out if this motherboard is supporting 32 or 64 bit CPU.
This is no "messing with you". Here is a qualified electronic engineer, and right now I have a customer waiting, while I am using my time to answer your question, nearly for free.
I will be offline for a while , if you find motherboard FCC ID , post it here. If you have more questions, please ask.
I will be back to answer your question in a couple of hours. If you use rating tab you will pass to a different expert or close the question.
Also , please avoid calling names or using inappropriate language.
Give me all numbers printed on motherboard if you want exact specs.