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Microprocessor Chipsets

A microprocessor chipset is a set of electronic components that are designed to work together to provide the necessary functionality for a microprocessor-based system. The chipset typically includes two main components: a northbridge and a southbridge.

The northbridge is responsible for managing the communication between the microprocessor, memory, and high-speed peripheral devices such as graphics cards. It typically contains a memory controller, which manages access to the system memory, and a graphics controller, which manages the display output.

The southbridge, on the other hand, is responsible for managing the communication between the microprocessor and slower peripheral devices such as hard drives, USB ports, and audio devices. It typically contains controllers for SATA, USB, audio, and other I/O devices.

Microprocessor chipsets can vary widely in terms of their features and capabilities. Some chipsets are designed for low-power, mobile devices such as laptops and tablets, while others are designed for high-performance desktop computers and servers. Some chipsets also include advanced features such as support for multiple graphics cards or built-in RAID controllers.

Microprocessor Chipsets

Available Parts 1

Part RoHS Manufacturer Description Peripheral IC Type Package Shape Technology
GLCM236SR2CE by Intel

GLCM236SR2CE

Intel

MICROPROCESSOR CHIPSET, IBM PC; Package Shape: SQUARE; Technology: CMOS;

MICROPROCESSOR CHIPSET, IBM PC

SQUARE

CMOS