Users can access the motherboard by removing six screws and pulling off the back.
I would assume that this was removed simply to save space, as it is supported by the chipset on the motherboard .
Only a few manufacturers have a motherboard with this chipset in their portfolios.
These connect from the motherboard to the front panel on the top corner of the case.
Once you get power and data to the hard drive, the next step is to connect it to the motherboard .
Users will need to check with their specific motherboard 's maker whether their boards use that part.
Let's take a closer look at the components used, starting with the motherboard .
That's a less straightforward process for all its other machines, all of which have graphics on the motherboard .
Let's take a look at how the motherboard is changing now and what lies in store in the near future.
If the processor is built onto the motherboard , you may not be able to replace it at a later date.