Definitions for "Daughter Card"
A circuit board that plugs into a larger circuit board, or motherboard. Often processors are contained on daughterboards, along with cache memory. For...
Slang term for printed circuit boards containing one or more processors, which are attached to the main logic board. Most often used to describe Macs with upgradeable processors.
A printed circuit board that plugs into another circuit board (usually the motherboard). A daughter card is similar to an expansion board, but it accesses the motherboard components (memory and CPU) directly instead of sending data through the slower expansion bus.