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Motherboard or mainboard is the main board where there are components and chip controller on duty directing traffic data in the system motherboard. On the motherboard there are also sockets for the processor, slot-slot card is used for mounting components such as VGA Card, Sound Card, Internal Modem, and others. Today many brands and types of motherboards. For those of you who want to assemble their own computer, I recommend to be careful in selecting the brand and type of motherboard. A common motherboard problems will be discussed further in accordance with the case
Definition Motherboard Mother Board is a board / main board or main board where all the devices installed starting from the processor, memory, expansion slots, etc.. Mainboard no less important to the processor. If we let in humans, the mainboard is a series of blood vessels and nerves at the computer. Mainboard is not good, will not result in maximal performance of other peripherals. Therefore, the selection of an appropriate mainboard will greatly affect computer performance. • How a Motherboard In computer systems, peripherals, peripherals will be connected to each other in the mainboard and can continue instruction through channels on board. All peripherals that are connected will be a complete computer system. While the function of the mainboard in general is to channel the flow of current input and the necessary data on the process in the computer. • Northbridge and Southbridge 

The main chipset on the mainboard there are two: the Northbridge and Southbridge. Northbridge function is to bridge the flow of data around the processor and main memory and power management setting to work. While the function is to regulate labor Southbridge peripherals such peripherals IDE-Controller, PCI bus, AGP, and the function I / O other. • BIOS In some mainboard chipset EPROM that contains the basic operating system that is the BIOS (Basic Input / Output System). This BIOS function is to perform Bootstrap and InisialisasiHardware at boot time. • I / O Ports 

I / O (Input / Output) ports are part of the mainboard to interact with users through the media peripheral I / O such as keyboard, mouse, printer, and so forth. Most motherboards today have always had an interface PS / 2, USB, LPT, PCI, and Serial. All ports are memilii characteristics and its own function. The point is to allow a user to interact dengancomputer in performing its works. That must be considered in selecting or assembling the Mother Board is that each motherboard has different specifications for each brand or type, among others: 1. Every motherboard has a pair with a particular processor, ie type sockets or slots available for the processor. 2. Motherboard ability to be in the up-grade up to how much processor speed. Motherboards are generally able to up-grade to replace the processor. Information on this is very important to purchase a motherboard with consideration to be on the up-grade. 3. RAM memory capacity that can be installed on the motherboard greater memory capacity provided by the more profitable. 4. Slots available for each type of RAM, for example, how many slots are provided to EDO RAM, SDRAM, etc.. 5. Setting the motherboard as the BIOS (software) or a jumper setting. 6. The number of slots for PCI and ISA. Slots are very useful for adding peripherals such as audio card. 7. Does the motherboard support for the VGA card to AGP, support AGP will be more profitable to stock if desired grafisdari upgrades computer by installing an AGP card. 8. Speed ​​Bus for memory up to speed how many (66, 100, 133, 200, 400 MHz) 9. What is the VGA card and the onboard audio card already or not. 10. Mother Board Power Supply for AT or ATX or Baby AT.

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