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Does motherboard chipset matter?
Last Updated: 28th April, 2020
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Beside this, is chipset the same as motherboard?
The chipset usually refers to a particular setofcomponents which are directly integrated to themotherboard.In a more generic sense, chipset can alsorefer to aspecific device controller chip that is (normally)connected to thePCI bus (ie the southbridge), depending onthecontext.
Furthermore, how do I find my motherboard chipset? If you are looking for the chipset ofthemotherboard and are running Microsoft Windows youcanfind the chipset information under the'Systemdevices' category in Device Manager. The chipset ofthemotherboard is probably ALI, AMD, Intel, NVidia, VIA,orSIS.
In this regard, what is the purpose of the chipset on a motherboard?
It is usually found on themotherboard.Chipsets are usually designed to workwith a specific familyof microprocessors. Because it controlscommunications between theprocessor and external devices, thechipset plays a crucialrole in determining systemperformance.
What does ATX mean?
ATX (Advanced Technology eXtended) isamotherboard and power supply configuration specificationdevelopedby Intel in 1995 to improve on previous de facto standardslike theAT design.