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Hey everybody

I'm pretty new in this forum , but I've heard a lot of good things about it.

Here's my question: What does the motherboard do. I mean, I have just spent a lot of money buying a new computer, which I constructed on my own. The specs are, 2gig RAM, Geforce 7950 with 512 MB, Core 2 duo 1.83 GHz.

I am just not quite satisfied yet, could it be my motherboard? (I bought a cheap one)

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Rather than me explaining and rambling on.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motherboard

Radar

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Rodney Jacobs (GundamWZero) Captain

I think I know where you are getting at; you want to know if your motherboard will be good enough to handle the componets you have now, right? If so, what is the type of motherboard you bought? If you bought a cheap one like you said, then you might experience what some calls a "bottleneck": you won't see the full performance of your equipment because your motherboard isn't fast enough to handle it.

what I can tell you is that if you are building a computer, it is sometimes best that you get a motherboard that is fully loaded; accepts dual core processors, PCI-E slots, 4 slots for Ram, SATA and IDE connections....etc. That way if a new product comes out that will improve on the overall performance of your computer, you will know that your motherboard can handle it.

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Tailhook Chief Captain

The bliss of anonymous posts.

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I think I know where you are getting at; you want to know if your motherboard will be good enough to handle the componets you have now, right? If so, what is the type of motherboard you bought? If you bought a cheap one like you said, then you might experience what some calls a "bottleneck": you won't see the full performance of your equipment because your motherboard isn't fast enough to handle it.

what I can tell you is that if you are building a computer, it is sometimes best that you get a motherboard that is fully loaded; accepts dual core processors, PCI-E slots, 4 slots for Ram, SATA and IDE connections....etc. That way if a new product comes out that will improve on the overall performance of your computer, you will know that your motherboard can handle it.

Yeah , that's correct.

Im am using a biostar PT890775 S-775

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