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Computer Hardware: Chassis, Power Supply, Motherboard

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    • Kuliah 2 Pengantar Teknologi Informasi
      Oleh Coky Fauzi Alfi
      cokyfauzialfi.wordpress.com
      Hardware (1)
    • Topics
      Hardware is...
      PC versus MAC
      Personal Computing Hardware Timeline
      The Case (Chassis)
      Power Supply
      Motherboard
    • Hardware is the physical part of a computer — anything you can touch andanything you can see. The computer chassis, themonitor, the keyboard, themouse — that physical stuff is hardware.
    • PC versus MAC
      Vs
    • The First PC’s
    • The Case (Chassis)
    • Functions
      Protecting all components of computer
      Providing airflow
      Noise insulation
    • Layout
      Conventional chassis for a basic computer
    • Power Mac Chassis
    • Size
    • Airflow
    • Components can get very hot, and good airflow is needed to get that heat away from thecomponents.
      There are three main airflow models :
      Negative Pressure―sucking all the hot air out of the case.
      Positive Pressure―pushing hot air out of the case
      Equalised Airflow―equal air intake and exhaust.
    • Power Supply
    • The power supply is the heart of the computer.It provides all of the other components in the computer with power.
    • Connectors
      Molex Connector (Standard)
      SATA Connector
    • Floppy
      Connector
      4+4 pin (CPU)
      Connector
      20+4 pin (Motherboard)
      Connector
      PCIe (6+2 pin)
      Connector
    • Modular vs Non-Modular
      Left: Modular
      Right: Non-Modular
    • Motherboard
    • A motherboard is also called a main board or just “The Board”.
    • The First Motherboard―Apple II (1977)
    • Motherboard Map
    • Motherboard Size
    • Standard ATX
      Having six or sevenexpansion slots and often have more SATA and IDE ports than on a Micro-ATX motherboard.
    • Micro-ATX
      The only real differencebetween ATX and Micro-ATX motherboards is the number of expansion slots and the amount of space on the boards.
    • Mini-ITX
      Mini-ITX motherboardsusually have very few SATA ports, rarelyhave an IDE port, and typically only one expansion slot.
    • Chipsets
      Components which are connected to themotherboard are controlled and connected by the chipset.
      This usually comprises of a northbridge chip and a southbridge chip.
    • Chipset Map
    • Northbridge
      The northbridge chip allows the CPU, RAM and Graphics Card(s) (via PCIExpress lanes or, before that, AGP lanes) tocommunicate between each other.
      The northbridge no longer exists as a chip on the motherboard on newer systems; instead the PCIExpress and RAM controllers have been incorporated into the processor itself.
    • Southbridge
      The southbridge is responsible for thecommunication between the other components, external devices, audio and the network.
    • Main Slots
    • CPU Socket
    • Memory Slots
    • Power Connector
    • Expansion Slots
    • Connectors
    • I/O Panels
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