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    The Basics Of Computers

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    It lets you type letters to the computer. Headphones/Speakers: This is where the sound is outputted and amplified. USB: A universal serial bus, also known as a memory stick, the usb drive is a small portable device lets you bring your files on the go! You plug it into a usb drive, store information on it, and easily transfer this information to another computer. They can hold gigabytes of information and you can easily delete or add more files onto it. Motherboard: The motherboard holds everything in place together, and connects various things. Every single hardware component is connected to the hardware is some way. Normally, it includes the CPU, memory, mass storage interfaces, serial parallel ports,expansion slots and controllers to things like your screen, keyboard and disk drive. A normal motherboard includes: the cpu socket a power connector slots for memory (usually in the form of chips) a chip where the cpu, main memory and other parts connect. It’s referred to as the “north bridge” another chip that controls input and output functions, and is connected to the northbridge . This is called the…

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    Several expansion ports are incorporated into the motherboard which are used to house different adapter cards depending upon their connections or type. These expansion slots are detailed below: • Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) The PCI is used to attach various external hardware to the motherboard, these include: Network card, sound card, SATA card. It is important to note that a PCI cannot support a graphics card as the processing power required with recent graphics is too much for the…

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    How To Build A Computer

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    There are many parts inside of a computer and multiple steps in building a computer. If a problem occurs when building a computer, then it can be from one thing or from many different things. It can be from something as easy as a misplaced part or a bent pin on the CPU socket. I am building a computer at this moment and I have been confronted with errors already. The error I was accosted with was that the computer would not turn and show the error code “55” on the motherboard.This could mean…

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    powered on and a stylish look overall. The motherboard I have chosen is the ASUS Z170-A LGA 1151 Intel Z170 ATX motherboard. I have chosen this motherboard because I wanted something that is up-to-date, can run the everyday things I do, comes with USB 3.1, and is also pretty good for gaming when I have free time. The first thing I will do is put the motherboard inside the case. It is the first thing you should always do because it would not be wise to put the processor, sound or video card, or…

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    Over several months a computer repair project came up involving motherboards. Motherboard Repairs Three computers began to fail in a month 's time. The end of the warranty period was approaching for some of them and this harkened a response involving replacing the motherboards with new ones and an upgrade in memory. Symptoms The first indication that there was a problem was boot up time. Normally boot up time occurred in less than one minute. Now it was taking five. When the computer did…

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    Third Computer System

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    used for gaming? (low range) The next step is choosing the graphics for the system, depending on how the computer system will be used. The client decided that no additional graphics will be added to this computer system this is since the operating system and the host processer of the system we have put in this computer system have capable graphics that will be good enough for those of basic needs. As this is the third prize its content and performance will not be as good and the first and second…

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    How To Build A Computer

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    install important software. To begin, a lot of planning has to be involved in building a personal computer. Whoever is building the computer should look into the parts online and look for deals. If any great deals are found, the part should be purchased. There are new deals every week, especially on Newegg and Amazon, for computer parts. The main parts for a computer are the power supply, motherboard, processor with integrated graphics, hard drive or solid state drive, fans, and…

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    tiny electrical boards (and + end gates) that process the information of the any certain program a user would run. The major CPU manufacturers for computers are Intel, AMD that dominate the market (rivals) along with NVIDIA, HP and Qualcomm. In today’s digital industry many CPUs consist of either being a 32-bit or 64-bit architecture with the higher bit being more useful as it handles more data, however the speed in which a CPU is calculated by ‘GHz’ to explain how clock cycles happen in a…

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    Nt1110 Case Study

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    External Parts: Case - This houses all of the hardware of the computer ranging from the motherboard to the hard drive. Universal Serial Bus Flash Drive (USB Flash Drive) - A portable data storage device using flash memory. It connects to a computer via a USB Type-A port. Secure Digital Card (SD Card) - A portable flash memory storage device that stores data persistently; this is typically used for cameras, tablets, and other smaller electronics, but it will most likely connect to a computer…

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    Build A Computer

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    Building a computer is a great way to learn how a computer is put together to work. There are many parts that go into building a computer however, its simpler than it seems. Many parts come into play when building a computer such as the motherboard, CPU, ram, hard drive type and much more. The reason its important to learn how to build a computer is for a couple of reasons, such as interest or wanting to save money on buying a pre-built one with parts you don’t want or need. Whatever the reason…

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