Basic functions of a mother board

By Tom H

What is a mother board?

A motherboard is the major, underlying circuit board of a computer. The central processing unit (CPU), Random Access Memory (RAM), and various disk or optical drives are all plugged into interfaces on it. A video interface and sound card can also be built-in or added, and additional connections are used by peripherals and various devices.


what does it do?

The mother board connects everything together like the ROM and the optical drives.