The PCB on the computer consists of a motherboard, a hard disk, a memory module, a graphics card, and the like.

The plane of the computer motherboard is a PCB (printed circuit board), generally four or six layers. Relatively speaking, in order to save costs, the low-end motherboards are mostly four-layer boards: the main signal layer, the ground layer, the power layer, and the sub-signal layer, while the six-layer board adds the auxiliary power layer and the middle signal layer. Therefore, the six-layer PCB The motherboard is more resistant to electromagnetic interference and the motherboard is more stable.

You won't find electronics PCBs today only in computers - although laptops, smartphones, desktops and tablets certainly can't function without quality printed circuit boards, and printed circuit boards for computers make up a large part of the industry. Instead, you'll find machines containing printed circuit boards almost everywhere you look.

Your television, wireless router, video game system, coffee maker and monitor all operate using a printed circuit board. In the office, your printer, wireless mouse, network hardware, vending machine, scanner, fax, packaging equipment and more all use printed circuit boards, too — in fact, you probably have more printed circuit boards in your office building than people. Today's businesses and homes simply cannot function without reliable printed circuit boards.

Modern electronics and computer applications often require PCBs with higher thermal conductivity so they can dissipate the high heat that comes from fast computer processors or high-intensity LEDs. The type of printed circuit board you will need for your application will vary widely since the size, shape and function of consumer electronics, as each business machine and computer is different from the next. For instance, the type of PCB you will need to power a smartwatch is very different from that you'll find in a television.

The main control chip, flash memory chip, and cache chip are organically combined on one PCB to form the overall shape of the solid state drive.
Our company specializes in producing SSD PCB, and Kingspec is one of our SSD customers.


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