Data bus is a computer subsystem that facilitates the exchange of information between various components on a motherboard or system board or between separate computers. This involves moving information to and from the system’s RAM or the CPU. Each one is constructed to deal with a certain number of data bits at the same time. Bandwidth is the measure of how much information a data bus can carry. Conventional data buses have a width of 32 bits. This indicates that 32 bits of data can be transferred through a data bus in a single second. Data buses built into modern computers can provide data paths with a bit depth of 64 bits or even 96 bits. Devices that operate at greater bitrates are being developed at the same time as data buses that can accommodate them.