A motherboard is the key basis of your new-build technology. It’s the element that helps all the other parts to function in complete harmony together. Ensure that your components are compatible, but not every motherboard works with every processor. With a particular chipset and socket in mind, each motherboard is built. As a customer, this will tell you which motherboard is compatible with your specific CPU.
When buying a motherboard, another significant field to consider is the form factor. The physical size of your motherboard is the shape factor. It defines your motherboard’s general shape and size, and it also specifies what kind of case and power supply you’ll need. The ATX, M-ATX, and Mini-ITX shape factors are the three most widely used, with the latter being the smallest.
The price, cores, clock speed, and thread count of each processor vary. Their clock speed measures them, and …