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Motherboards are the central components for computers designed to have removable parts. Unlike backplanes they have active components on them crucial to the functionality of the computer. They are most commonly associated with computers derived from the IBM PC line but others like the Apple II and Commodore Amiga 2000 work in much the same way.
Pages in category "Motherboard"
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