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Everything You Need to Know About The Motherboard Voltage Regulator Circuit

Posted on Saturday, February 13 2010 @ 05:01:04 CET by


An in-depth explanation on how the motherboard voltage regulator circuit works, including components, phases and design. Updated.

Here is a snippet: "If you are willing to learn more about motherboard quality you must deeply study the voltage regulator circuit, which is in charge of taking the voltage provided by the power supply - namely +12 V - and converting it into the appropriate voltage required by the CPU, memories, chipset and other circuits present. In this tutorial we will present an in-depth trip inside the motherboard voltage regulator circuit, showing you how to identify this circuit, how it works, what the most common projects are and how to identify good-quality components."

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