Regulators DEFINITION: A voltage regulator module (VRM) is an installable module that senses a computer's microprocessor voltage requirements and ensures that the correct voltage is maintained. If you are changing your computer's microprocessor (for example, changing from a Pentium to a Pentium Pro or a Pentium with MMX ), you need to add a voltage regulator module to the existing voltage regulator in the motherboard so
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