What are motherboards?
Motherboards are the main Printed Circuit Boards inside a computer, they hold most of the important parts of the computer.
There are four types of motherboards, which is the main circuit board of a computer. There are XT motherboards, AT motherboards, baby AT motherboards, and ATX motherboards.
If you mean "how many models of motherboards" - thousands. If you mean "how many pieces of motherboards" - probably billions.
Desktop motherboards typically have a standard form factor and are interchangeable while laptop motherboards are proprietary.
See the Related Link below for pictures of motherboards.
Motherboards are pretty much manufactured the world around. Most for PC's come from China, Taiwan, Korea, India, Japan, Malaysia and the such. Motherboards for US weapon systems are made in the US. Many European countries make motherboards.
Most current motherboards are using DDR3 SDRAM, although new higher-performing motherboards are starting to appear which use DDR4.
Yes. Intel manufacturers both OEM and retail desktop motherboards.
Most Pci-express x16 2.0 compatible motherboards
MSI had released a motherboards with dual slots. see: related links
One of them goes in a laptop and the other goes in a desktop. Laptop motherboards tend to be more compact and are more likely to have "weird" proprietary connectors; desktop motherboards tend to be more standard across manufacturers and frequently have standard connectors directly attached.
In my own point of view all CPU must be compatible in all motherboards
Hundreds of motherboards are compatible with DDR SDRAM. It would be impossible to provide a comprehensive list.
Some examples of computer motherboards compatible with PC3200 DDR400 memory are computers with XD motherboards which run a lot faster and have more raw access memory.
Motherboards are a big collection of chips and wires. I recommend that you go to Google Images and see a lot of examples of motherboards.
Laptop motherboards are designed to be as small as possible. They tend to have components on both sides. PC motherboards don't need to conserve as much space, so they're cheaper and easier to make.
Desktop motherboards all conform to one of several standard form factors, such as ATX, microATX, NLX, or mini-ITX. The motherboards in laptops, however, all have different sizes and are custom fitted for the laptop chassis. Laptop motherboards do not typically provide the number of expansion slots found in desktop motherboards.
Any standardized case will hold any motherboards of that form factor, such as ATX or microATX.
at motherboards which are not used nowadays, atx motherboard has ps2 connectors which were replaced by usb keyboards
The Motherboards website provides a variety of services and information. The most notable service is that of television monitoring and filtering system.
A motherboard contains several integrated components. Most motherboards will contain: * An IDE controller * A SATA controller (on newer motherboards) * A floppy controller (on older motherboards) * RAM sockets * Expansion slot(s) * The BIOS chip * Power connector * Processor socket / slot * Serial ports (phased out on some newer motherboards) * Parallel ports (phased out on some newer motherboards) Many motherboards will also integrate components that can also be replaced… Read More
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Types of Motherboards A mother board's primary purpose is to house the CPU and allow all devices to communicate with it and with each other. The two most popular motherboards are the Older AT, and the newer ATX. There are also: AT ATX Mini-ATX Micro-ATX LPX NLX BTX
intel, Asus, AMD, Via
Power supplies have fuses. The motherboards do not.
No, they cannot.
Motherboards can range from $40.00 to $2,000.
asus,msi,intel, and more.
No new mainstream motherboards include an AGP slot. Older motherboards can still be purchased on many retail sites, such as Newegg or Tiger Direct.
The most popular types of motherboards in use today include the Baby AT, ATX, and Micro ATX format motherboards. There are also numerous proprietary motherboards created by large computer manufacturers such as Dell, IBM, and Compaq sold every year which do not conform to any industry standard format.
Motherboards are hardware components, not software.
what are the oldest 4 types of motherboards
MoBo is the only abbreviation i know of.
main board & system board
Atx, btx, nlx
The five most popular categories of form factors used for motherboards are as follows: ATX MicroATX FlexATX BTX NLX In that order.
The three speeds of the most popular motherboards currently available on the market are, 1066 Mhz, 800 Mhz, and 533 Mhz
micro btx motherboards also called uBTX is an advanced an better form of motherboard than micro atx motherboards and it is manufactured by Intel and b stands for better.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PCI_Express#PCI_Express_2.0 Yes it should. The PCI Express 2.0 is backwards compatible with the PCI x16 1.0 and 1.1 slot motherboards. However, PCI-e 2.0 cards on 1.1 and 1.0 motherboards will not be able to run at their max capacity.
what are the four speeds of the most popular motherboards currently available on the market that support Intel processors There is no such identifier as speed when referring to motherboards. They are classed as AMD or INTEL, socket type, memory type, size. The four speeds are 1600, 1333, 1066, or 800 MHz.
It depends on what kind of motherboard you're talking about. Generally speaking there are AMD based motherboards which will be used with AMD processors, and there are Intel motherboards that are to be used with Intel processors. For example, Asus is a motherboard manufacturer which offers both AMD as well as Intel motherboards. All other motherboard manufacturers usually offer both Intel & AMD.
plugs in most components to allow the machine to work
You cannot do that. At least not with commercially available ones.
The ones that it is integrated into.
There are always different locations on various motherboards.
RAM overclocking is done threw your motherboards BIOS.