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  • Date: 27-11-2020, 15:40
27-11-2020, 15:40

COMPTIA A+ Motherboards Processors and Memory

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COMPTIA A+ Motherboards  Processors and Memory

COMPTIA A+ Motherboards Processors and Memory
Duration: 1h23m | .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | AAC, 44100 Hz, 2ch | 426 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Everything you need to pass Motherboards CPU and Memory in the A+ Certification Core 1 Exam

What you'll learn
All about hardware: CPUs, motherboards, hard drives, RAM, and more
Different Types of motherboards
Different Types of Memory
Different Types of Slot for Memory and PCI
Serial Bus vs Parallel Bus
Expansion Slot Types
In-depth look into BIOS
Cooling Systems

A basic familiarity with computers and networks is helpful.
There are no specific prerequisites as the course covers all the topics in detail.

Hey, Ashraf here. Coding Academy Leader and I are excited to bring you this course as a part of a series to help you pass the CompTIA A+ Certification Core 1 exam.

Things that will be covered in this Course:

Given a scenario, configure settings and use BIOS/UEFI tools on a PC.

-Install firmware upgrades - flash BIOS.

-BIOS component information: RAM, Hard drive, Optical drive, CPU, Boot sequence, Enabling and disabling devices, Date/time, Clock speeds, Virtualization support

-BIOS security (passwords, drive encryption: TPM, lo‐jack, secure boot)

-Use built‐in diagnostics.

-Monitoring: Temperature monitoring, Fan speeds, Intrusion detection/notification, Voltage, Clock, Bus speed

Explain the importance of motherboard components, their purposes, and properties.

-Sizes: ATX, Micro‐ATX, Mini‐ITX, ITX

-Expansion slots: PCI, PCI‐X, PCIe, miniPCI

-RAM slots

-CPU sockets

-Chipsets: Northbridge/Southbridge, CMOS battery

-Power connections and types

-Fan connectors

-Front/top panel connectors: USB, Audio, Power button, Power light, Drive activity lights, Reset button

-Bus speeds

Compare and contrast RAM types and features.

-Types: DDR, DDR2, DDR3, SODIMM, DIMM, Parity vs. nonparity, ECC vs. non‐ECC, RAM configurations (Single channel vs. dual channel vs. triple channel), Single sided vs. double sided, Buffered vs. unbuffered

-RAM compatibility and speed

Differentiate among various CPU types and features, and select the appropriate cooling method.

-Socket types: Intel (775, 1155, 1156, 1366, 1150, 2011), AMD (AM3, AM3+, FM1, FM2, FM2+)

-Characteristics (Speeds, Cores, Cache size/type, Hyperthreading, Virtualization support, Architecture [32‐bit vs. 64‐bit], Integrated GPU, Disable execute bit)

-Cooling (Heat sink, Fans, Thermal paste, Liquid‐based, Fanless/passive)

Who this course is for:
Anyone looking to take and pass the CompTIA A+ Certification
Anyone who wants to improve their skills as a computer or IT technician
Anyone who wants to learn awesome stuff about PCs

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