To have the best gaming experience or the most efficient content creation, many people will choose to upgrade the graphics cards or processors. However, if you’d like to possess a stable platform for constant gaming or content creation, the motherboards inside your system play important roles, especially the power design on it. Only when your motherboard features a promising power design, can you get rid of those annoying BSOD (Blue Screen On Display) or system crashes.
CPU, GPU, RAM, SSD, Fans, Cooler... All these components that lead us to a good PC-using experience are connected to the motherboard. But have you ever thought about how a motherboard is capable of handling the power needed by those components? Moreover, you must have wondered why some motherboards are better for overclocking than some others?
This article will give you the answer by breaking down how a motherboard handles power. Let's check it out together!