I am fairly new to building computers, and I am starting out with the mother board. What are the parts I need to build a motherboard? Also, how can you reprogram your BIOS?
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If you're new to it you can't design your own PC's motherboard. Despite their low cost motherboards are pretty advanced electronics. A common EDA tool like Eagle is not fit for the job, where you need to take transmission lines, matched impedances and matched trace lengths into account.
A typical PC motherboard may have more than 10 layers. Having made one will cost you more than a PC from the shop around the corner. So you want to make it right first time. So you want simulation tools. Cost: several 10k, up to 100k dollars.
You can't prototype a > 100 MHz PC motherboard on a breadboard, it simply won't work. Besides, all the required components are SMD, many BGA.
If you are planning of integrating at circuital component level than I can't help.Its something where you really need infrastructure and precision to integrate such things.
If your computer is some new model from previous 2-3 year release, then believe me you are going to do a dangerous job.Its not suggested to flash your bios, because your manufacturer writes many routine specific to your computer assembly.