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NT1110: Module 3 Computer Components Lab Identify Motherboard Components and Form Factors In this lab, you will demonstrate the ability to examine and investigate the different types of motherboards and CPUs used in a computer. Required Setup and Tools Photos of motherboards and CPUs are provided in the lab worksheet. However, if possible, the case cover of a desktop computer should be removed in order to get a look inside the system at the motherboard. The system should be unplugged and off when this work is done. You also need access to the Internet for research. Use the Lab 3 Worksheet to submit your responses. Recommended Procedures Task 1: Examine the Motherboard Procedure 1. Examine the following motherboard. One interesting thing you will see is the use of two BIOS chips. The M-BIOS chip is the Main BIOS chip and the B-BIOS chip is the Backup BIOS chip, which is used to rewrite the M-BIOS chip if it becomes corrupted. (Refer to the high-resolution images for closer inspection.) 1
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NT1110: Module 3 Computer Components Lab Identify Motherboard Components and Form Factors 2. Using the Internet, locate information on the LGA 1156 connector. What processors is it used with?
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