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The Quick INQ guide to designing motherboards
FOLLOWING ON from our beginners’ guide to chip design, we bring you the next step: how to put a motherboard together!
Having picked a processor, chipset, memory type, and what interfaces you’re going to bring out, the first place to start for most manufacturers is a solid reference design from the chipset manufacturer.
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