Motherboard and It`s Classification

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Motherboard &
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Motherboard and It’s Classification
What is Motherboard?
 Motherboard is the main component of the CPU
 Backbone of the Computer
Functions of Motherboard
 It integrates all Hardware components into one system
 Allows all parts of your computer to receive power and
communicate with one another.
Motherboard and It’s Classification
 Printed Circuit board (PCB)
 Sockets
 Slots
Motherboard and It’s Classification
Specifications
 Speed
 Upgrade Capabilities
 Size and shape (form Factor)
Motherboard and It’s Classification
Components of Motherboard
PCIe slot
PCI slots
Processor
socket
Memory
slot
SATA
connector
ATX Power
connector
PATA/IDE
connector
Motherboard and It’s Classification
Components of Motherboard
CMOS
Battery
AGP
Slot
ISA
Slot
Motherboard and It’s Classification
I/O Ports
I/O Ports
Parallel
Port
PS/2
Port
VGA
Port
Ethernet
Port
Serial
Port
Audio
Port
USB Port
Motherboard and It’s Classification
Classification of Motherboard
Integrated Motherboard
Non-Integrated Motherboard
Motherboard and It’s Classification
Integrated Motherboard
 Components are in
built in the
motherboard.
 Designed for
Draw backs
simplicity.
 When one component in
the
board is broken or
stops
working you have
to replace
the whole board
 Cheaper to produce but
more
Motherboard and It’s Classification
Non-Integrated Motherboard
 The major assemblies
like Video
circuitry, disk
controllers, and
accessories are
installed on the
 Can easily Identify the
Computer as
Non-integrated
expansion cards.
motherboards
by their expansion
slots usually
occupied by one of the
components.
Expansion card

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