Poverty in the Philippines

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Motherboard, Motherboard Contents and Its Functions
Motherboard is a also one of the important parts of the CPU. It is a Main Circuit board. Motherboard connects all the parts of CPU. Motherboard Consist of Processor Socket, RAM slots, PCI slots, AGP slot, IDE connectors and Ports.

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Every motherboard has connectors and slots to connect all the remaining parts of CPU. here the list of all the slot and connector of motherboard. * CPU Socket * North Bridge * South Bridge * RAM Slots * AGP Slot * PCI Slots * CNR Slot * Floppy Connector * Primary and Secondary IDE Connectors * SATA connectors * Power Connector * BIOS * CMOS battery * Ports

CPU Socket:

CPU Socket or Processor Socket. Which is used to install or insert the processor. we have two types of sockets. LIF sockets and ZIF socket. LIF stands for Low Insertion Force, this is the old model sockets and ZIF stands for Zero Insertion Force, this is the present model sockets.

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North Bridge:

North Bridge is always near the processor socket. which is one of the important component of a motherboard. It is a focal Point of Motherboard and It is also called as Memory Controller Hub. North Bridge interconnects Processor socket, RAM slots and AGP slot. here Gigabyte chip is north bridge it is near Processor socket.

South Bridge:

North bridge and south bridge are the two main poles of a motherboard. South Bridge interconnects Primary and Secondary IDE interfaces, SATA connectors, Floppy Drive Connector, PCI slots and BIOS.

RAM Slots:

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