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How does the motherboard determine ones ability to upgrade a computer?
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  • TheRealRaven
    It does it by its architectural design. To give a reasonable answer would require much more time and space than would be useful in this forum. It would effectively be a training course in fundamental computer system structures and components.

    The question isn't appropriate here. It doesn't present a technical problem that we might help solve.
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  • Subhendu Sen

    What issues have you faced when upgrading? Not only motherboard, when upgrading lots of things like RAM, HDD, Graphics card etc. are also considered. Or is it your an assignment?

    Without proper details not possible to provide good replies.

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  • ToddN2000
    A motherboard has spec on it maximum capacity for things like CPU, RAM to name a few. It may have integrated audio/video or allow dedicated cards. Some even allow dual video cards. The card slots may be different type depending on the board. Some p[opula slot formats are as follows.
    AGP - Video card.
    AMR - Modem, sound card.
    CNR - Modem, network card, sound card.
    EISA - SCSI, network card, video card.
    ISA - Network card, sound card, video card.
    PCI - Network card, SCSI, sound card, video card.
    PCI Express - Video card, modem, sound card, network card.
    VESA - Video card.

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