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  • n. Plural form of motherboard.

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Examples

  • But the company also sells larger components called motherboards, and a new model is starting to attract attention among the industry's performance freaks.

    Intel's Skulltrail Motherboard

  • According to the company, up to 207,430 tons of CO2 can be eliminated by ten million EPU-enabled motherboards, which is the equivalent of Australia's annual carbon emissions.

    Softpedia News - Global

  • Makers of PC circuit boards, aka motherboards, typically offer their own BIOS.

    The iPhone Blog

  • Case: Mozart TX (room for two ATX motherboards, that is awesome all in itself also has a touch screen attachment that works like those high end car dvd players)

    Discussion Forum - Geeks!

  • A trend to reduce layer count on large planar motherboards, which is moving memory and processor buses onto mezzanine or riser cards, is driving demand for the high-density HD Mezz and SEARAY mezzanine connector lines.

    Purchasing - Top Stories

  • What I am starting to wonder is why is this all happening more or less one year after these products entered the market and IN PARTICULAR why most newly replaced logic boards (aka motherboards) - which are virtually equivalent to getting a brand new computer - are failing in much shorter times (weeks) compared to the originally installed ones.

    Discussions: Message List - root

  • However, other parts such as motherboards, keyboards, and batteries are proprietary in design and are only interchangeable within a manufacters brand and/or model line in laptop battery dell.

    Laptop Mag's Eee PC Guide

  • After all, for more than 10 years previous ASUS had concentrated their efforts on products such as motherboards and graphic cards for the OEM and enthusiast markets.

    Overclock3D.Net

  • This is especially true coupled with the fact that electronic devices such as motherboards generate a field of static electricity around them, attracting small particles in the air.

    Maggie's Farm

  • Other companies that produce parts such as motherboards for bulky desktop PCs are already switching production to parts for other electronic gadgets such as iPhones.

    The Globe and Mail - Technology RSS feed

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