CMNW141

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CMNW141
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2013-02-25 14:58:57
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  1. Difference between dual core and multicore CPUs
    Dual Core processors hold two CPU's in a single package and insert into one socket. Whereas multicore processors are either two different CPU's with two or more processors in a package installed in two different slots. or more than two processors in a single package installed in one slot.
  2. POST
    1. power check 2. CPU check 3. CPU checks for opens. 4. Video adapter is checked 5.Ram chips are checked 6 .CPU checks keyboard 7. All disk drives are checked 8. CMOS test settings of last startup and compares current start up. Notes any changes.
  3. Difference between Hyper threading and task CPU.
    Hyper threading allows a single processor to handle two sets of instructions simultaneously. Whereas a Task CPU handles one set a time. Coverts a single physical processor into two virtual processors.
  4. 3 video ports
    DVI, VGA, HDMI.
  5. Difference between dual core and multicore CPUs
    Dual Core processors hold two CPU's in a single package and insert into one socket. Whereas multicore processors are either two different CPU's with two or more processors in a package installed in two different slots. or more than two processors in a single package installed in one slot.
  6. 2 types of CPU sockets.
    PGA and LGA
  7. Double sided memory
    Holds two banks of RAM
  8. Single sided memory
    holds one bank of RAM
  9. Single sided memory
    holds one bank of RAM
  10. 4 non proprietary busses?
    ISA, PCI, PCIe, AGP.
  11. PCIe
    A serial bus with x1, x2, x4, x8, x16 or x32 lanes. Each lane transfers data bidirectionally at a 2.5GHz transfer rate in each direction.

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