Data Boards are pieces of hardware that the Supercomputer requires to function. They are shown in the episodes Routine and Sabotage. Each board is square shaped and they are quite large in size. They are inserted into the Supercomputer by opening various slots in the Supercomputer's outer ring. It is also revealed that Jeremie keeps copies of the data boards in his room just in case the Supercomputer breaks down.
In Routine, Jeremie had to take the boards out and swap them around as X.A.N.A. had mixed them up to sabotage the Materialization program. In Sabotage, X.A.N.A. possessed the Kadic gardener, Michel Rouiller, and used him to enter the Supercomputer room, remove the boards and damage them with electricity. The damage on the boards caused major glitches, bugs and power failures on Lyoko; Jeremie even quotes that some of the supercomputers functions were damaged as he couldn't launch a Return to the Past.
Data boards are superconducting circuits that allow electrons to move with almost no resistance at low temperature which is why the supercomputer has a cooling system. The alloy used to make the circuit is unknown but its a glowing super conductor. The data boards are what allows the super computer to operate. As seen in Sabotage, a damaged data board causes bug in the computers programing until Lyoko shuts down. As seen in Frontier, rearanging the data boards rewires how the data is transferred and reprograms the computer’s data. The "Virtualization" and "Materialization" programs.