A daughter board is a circuit board that is designed to be connected to the mother board, typically a motherboard, in order to add additional functionality or capabilities to a system. It is also commonly referred to as a daughter card, expansion card, or add-on card. A daughter board typically contains one or more processors, memory chips, or other electronic components that are connected to the motherboard through a series of connectors or sockets.
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