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Exercise 2 The Motherboard. Motherboard Form Factors. AT-Type Baby or Mini AT ATX-Type Proprietary Designs. Proprietary Motherboard. ATX Motherboard. Some motherboards are designed for the original Pentium Processor. Others are designed for the Pentium II Processor.

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motherboard form factors
Motherboard Form Factors
  • AT-Type
  • Baby or Mini AT
  • ATX-Type
  • Proprietary Designs
slide9

Black

Wires

AT-Motherboard Power Connectors

voltages supplied to the motherboard
Voltages supplied to the motherboard
  • + 5 Volts
  • - 5 Volts
  • + 12 Volts
  • - 12 Volts
slide17

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MPU

Socket

Lever

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2.

1.

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3.

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4.

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slide21

Fan

Heat Sink

CPU

21

industry standard architecture isa bus
Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) Bus.
  • 8-MHz Speed
  • Supports 8-bit and 16-bit data transfer
  • Used for slow speed operations such as modems and sound cards.
slide24

16-bit Cards

8-bit Cards

24

isa boards installed
ISA boards installed.

16-Bit

8-Bit

Motherboard

peripheral component interconnect pci bus
Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) Bus
  • 33 MHz
  • Handles 32-bit and 64-bit data transfers
  • Processor independent
  • Supports Plug and Play
slide30

Cache

Memory

the chip set
The Chip Set
  • The support chips that make the microprocessor a microcomputer.
  • Applications Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs) that provide the signals, controllers, interfaces and buffers that the system needs to operate.
main functions of the chipset
Main functions of the Chipset
  • A System Controller handles timing, interrupt and DMA control, and power management.
  • A Memory Controller provides interconnection and control of memory systems.
  • A Peripheral Controller connects the MPU to internal and external devices such as disk drives, buses, and peripherals.
slide34

Super I/O

Controller

super i o controller
Super I\O Controller
  • Interface to the floppy drive.
  • Interface to serial ports.
  • Interface to parallel ports.
slide36

Keyboard

Controller

keyboard controller
Keyboard Controller
  • Communicates with the microprocessor in the keyboard.
  • Performs a parity check.
  • Converts serial data from the keyboard into the parallel data needed by the computer.
  • Generates an interrupt to alert the system that a key has been depressed.
slide38

ROM

BIOS

identifying the rom bios
Identifying the ROM BIOS.

Socket

Version #

R3.60

the real time clock rtc contains
The Real Time Clock (RTC) contains:
  • Clock
  • CMOS memory
  • And in some cases the battery.
the frus on the motherboard include
The FRUs on the Motherboard include:
  • The MPU
  • Any board plugged into the PCI bus.
  • Any board plugged into the ISA bus.
  • The SIMMs
  • The ROM BIOS
atx motherboard1

9.6 ”

intel

pentium II

ATX Motherboard

12 ”

slide49

Power

Connector

power supply output voltages atx type
Power Supply Output VoltagesATX-Type
  • +5 Volts
  • +12 Volts
  • -12 Volts
  • -5 Volts
  • +3.3 Volts
slide51

Pentium 4,

Heat Sink & Fan

accelerated graphics port agp
Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP)
  • Operates at twice the speed of the PCI bus or at 66MHz.
  • Even higher speed versions are being developed.
  • Presently used only by Video Cards
slide57

Dual In-line Memory Modules (DIMMs)

have components and pin

connections on both sides of board.

slide59

Super I/O

Controller

slide60

ROM BIOS

Battery

slide62

10101

10101

I/O Ports

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