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What is on the board and what is the yar processor?

In electronic devices, especially computers, the motherboard is the motherboard of the printed circuit board that runs the entire system infrastructure. The processor, meanwhile, is a semiconductor chip that processes information in digital form. The motherboard forms the basic architecture of the entire system, which is why it is the most important component of any electronic device. It is also known as a motherboard, system board, plane board, or logic board. In modern devices, it is a printed circuit board (PCB). Whether it’s a personal computer, a cell phone, or a satellite, there is a motherboard. 

All system components required for operation are supported, interconnected via the motherboard. All critical components, such as the processor, memory, and input / output devices, are connected through different connectors and interfaces. Expansion ports connect internal components, and communication ports connect external devices. Computer motherboards are designed and manufactured with a variety of processors, memory, and specialized software. However, they are still divided into two categories. These are the AT and ATX system board categories. AT is further subdivided into full and empty categories. ATX is a later version introduced by Intel that integrates serial and parallel motherboard ports. The main components of the system boards are: 

Communication ports: External devices are connected through communication ports. (USB, PS2, serial and parallel ports)  

SIMM AND DIMM: Single-line memory modules (SIMMs) and dual-line memory modules (DIMMs) are two types of memory used in motherboards.  

Processor sockets: A microprocessor used as a central processing unit (CPU) is connected through this port.  

ROM: ROM includes a basic input / output system (BIOS) chip and an auxiliary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS)  

External cache memory (level 2): ​​cache memory; many processors offer built-in cache, although some motherboards have extra cache. In short  

So what is the difference between a motherboard and a processor? 

  • The motherboard is the circuit that provides the basic infrastructure for system components. Every device interacts with this core circuit. (It supports all ports and extension slots to connect internal and external components)
  • A processor is a semiconductor chip that acts as a system for managing / processing information throughout the system. It basically executes a set of instructions to get the desired result. It has the ability to manipulate, store and retrieve information in the system.