A printed motherboard is a key part in both desktops and laptops that connects all the other parts into a single whole. The processor, hard drives, RAM, video cards, sound cards, optical drives, and other components are connected to the motherboard directly or by cables.
Motherboard printed circuit boards, power supplies come in several different standard sizes.
All components must be compatible with each other in order to use them successfully. The motherboards are very different from each other. Each motherboard supports only one type of processor. Each manufacturer provides a supported list of connectors and devices. In this photo, which we have presented, you can see a printed, motherboard, which is much smaller in area than a motherboard of a desktop computer and weighs 30 percent. less.
The main printed motherboard is usually integrated by the manufacturers inside the computer on the opposite side from the easiest-to-open side cover. The front of the printed circuit board has full connectors that connect other computer components. One type of processor is connected by one main connector. Typically, two to four connectors are connected for working memory. Two or three wires connect hard drives, floppy disk drives, and CD-ROM drives. Small wires coming from the front of the computer box connect to the system board to provide overload, power on / off, and hard drive induction lights
There is also a group of connectors on the front of the printed motherboard that connect video cards, sound cards, and other devices. On the left side of the motherboard is a group of connectors for connecting external components such as: printer, mouse, speakers, etc. Most motherboards also have USB connectors. Today, the price of this printed circuit board is 9.5 eur/kg