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What is vrm in motherboard?

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A voltage regulator module (VRM), sometimes called processor power module (PPM), is a buck converter that provides a microprocessor the appropriate supply voltage, converting +5 V or +12 V to a much lower voltage required by the CPU, allowing processors with different supply voltage to be mounted on the same. Your motherboard's VRM, or Voltage Regulator Module, is a crucial but underappreciated piece of hardware. What is a VRM? Chokes, MOSFETs, and Capacitors Explored. What is VRM on a MotherBoard ? Explained [Malayalam] Hey Friends. In this video, we look at the anatomy/diagram of a motherboard, discuss what makes a good.


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