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An overview of the motherboard's expansion capabilities. It was our first computer presentation.

An overview of the motherboard's expansion capabilities. It was our first computer presentation.

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    • Loading Faraz . . .
    • External Slots and Cards A detailed analysis
    • Faraz Masood Roll # 61
    • Sunny Raza Roll # 52
    • Imad Mohsin Roll # 47
    • Arif Samoon Roll # 06
    • Ali Mushtaq Roll # 03
    • Expansion Slot
      • The Definition
          • It is a socket inside a computer console, designed to hold expansion cards.
      • Expansion Slots provide a means of adding
          • Enhanced features
          • More memory
      to the system
    • Motherboard A motherboard
    • Motherboard
      • The Definition
          • It is the main circuit board in a computer.
      • Motherboard holds
          • Most important computer chips
          • Other electronic components that add features to a computer.
    • Components of Motherboard
      • There are 6 basic components of the motherboard
          • Microprocessor
          • BIOS
          • Memory
          • Cache
          • Ram
          • Buses
    • Size of Expansion Slot
      • Expansion slots come in
          • Half size
          • Full size
          • | transfers 8 bits at a time
          • | transfers 16 bits at a time
    • Sunny Raza Roll # 52
    • A modem
    • Modem
      • Modem converts pulse data into signify data
      • It is a device that modulates an analogue carrier signal to digital information
    • Audio Ports
      • Also known as
          • Sound card
          • Audio card
      • Audio port is an expansion card that facilitates the input/output of audio.
    • PCMCIA Card Readers
      • P ersonal C omputer M emory C ard I nternation A ssociation
      • PCMCIA Card Readers include
          • PCI Universal Card Reader
          • USB External Card Reader
          • PC 104 Card Reader
          • Parallel Ports Card Reader
    •  
    • PS/2 Ports
      • The name comes from IBM PS/2 series of personal computer.
      • PS/2 port is a devices that is used for connecting
          • Mouse
          • Keyboard
    • Imad Mohsin Roll # 47
    • Expansion Slots
      • Ethernet
      • SCSI
      • PCI
      • ISA/ATA/IDE
    • Ethernet
      • It is the most commonly used networking device.
      • Ethernet can be built in as in
          • MACs
          • Laptops
          • Server computers
      on the UNM-LA Local Area Network
    • SCSI
      • Pronounced ‘Scuzzy’
      • S mall C omputer S ystem I nterface
      • SCSI is an older high speed interface device.
      • Upto 6 devices can be daisy chained.
      • No plug-and-play
      • Used as the fast port on
          • Older Macintosh computers
          • Some PC laptops
          • Some machines, as an interface bus for connecting hard disk drives.
      Assorted SCSI connectors
    • A SCSI card
    • PCI
      • P eripheral C omponent I nterconnect
      • Most expansion slots are typically PCI
      • PCI supports
          • AGP
          • Additional Hard Drives or Optical Drives
            • IDE and EIDE
            • ATA and Serial ATA
            • SCSI
      • PCI displaced its predecessors
          • ISA
          • NuBus
          • | PC
          • | MACs
    • A typical PCI card
    • Ali Mushtaq Roll # 03
    • Expansion Slots
      • Serial Port
      • Parallel Port
      • USB
      • Firewire (IEEE 1394)
    • Serial Port
      • Serial Ports are cheap
      • Transmit data one bit at a time.
      • It is used in older PCs
          • Modem
          • Mouse
          • Keyboard
      • Advantages
          • Cheaper
          • Easier to shield from interference
    • Parallel Port
      • Faster than Serial Ports
      • Transmit data 8 bit at a time.
      • It is used to connect
          • Printer
      • Advantages
          • Faster
      • Fig. Just as more traffic can move along a multi-lane highway than in a one-lane road, more data can move in Parallel port than in Serial Port.
    • USB
      • Universal Serial Bus
      • Several USB ports come outside the computer
          • Especially at handy spots
      • USB connections are hot-swappable.
      • Used for many kinds of devices
          • Keyboard
          • Mouse
          • Printer
          • Audio in/out
          • External Floppy
          • Zip Drives
          • Flash Drives
          • Bluetooth
    • USB 2.0
      • Updated version of USB.
      • It is high speed
          • 480 MBits/sec
          • 40 times faster than USB 1.0
    • Firewire
      • High speed interface
      • Developed by Apple Computers.
      • The Sony version is called i.Link
          • Often called IEEE 1394
          • Apple charges for using the name Firewire.
      • Speeds
          • 400 kbits/sec (older version)
          • 800 kbits/sec (latest version)
      • Hot-swappable
      • 65 daisy chained peripherals.
      Firewire Cables Apple Company © 1976
    • Firewire
      • Used for
          • Digital video
          • Digital Audio
          • External Hard Drives
          • Other High Bandwidth Peripherals
          • 60 Watts supply
    • Arif Samoon Roll # 06
    • Motherboard A motherboard
    • Expansion Slot Expansion Card Endless Possibilities
    • Expansion Slots
    • PCI Slots AGP Slots ISA Slots
    • PCI card
    • SCSI card
    •