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Pass Status: Not PassRequired Score: 100%Lab Report: 14.1 Build a Computer From ScratchYour PerformanceYour Score: 5 of 9 (56%)Elapsed Time: 31 minutes 42 secondsTask SummaryInstall the Motherboard, Socket 1366Hide DetailsInstall the motherboard in the caseConnect the system panel connectorsConnect the front and rear case fans to the motherboardInstall the Power Supply, ATX, 20+4 pin, PCIeHide DetailsInstall the power supply in the caseConnect the 24 pin motherboard power connectorConnect the 8 pin CPU power connectorConnect the power supply to the wall outletsFlip the power switch to the ON positionInstall the i7­960, 3.20 GHz processorHide DetailsInstall the processor onto the motherboardInstall the CPU heatsink and fanConnect the CPU heatsink and fan to the motherboardInstall DDR3 memory for triple channel modeInstall the SATA hard drive(s)Hide DetailsInstall the drive(s) in the caseConnect the SATA drive(s) to the power supplyConnect the SATA drive(s) to the motherboardInstall the CD/DVD Drive with SATA connectionsHide DetailsInstall the CD/DVD Drive in the caseConnect the CD/DVD drive to the power supplyConnect the CD/DVD drive to the motherboardInstall the Video Adapter, DVI­I, HDMI, Crossfire, PCIe video cardHide DetailsConnect the video card to the motherboardConnect the video card to the power supplyConnect the components in the workspace areaHide DetailsConnect the monitor to the video cardConnect the keyboardConnect the mouseBoot into BIOSExplanationTo complete this lab, you need to select and install the following components:The Motherboard, Socket 1366The Power Supply, ATX, 20+4 pin, PCIeThe i7­960, 3.20 GHz processorDDR3 memorySATA hard drivesCD­DVD Drive, Internal, SATAThe Video Adapter, DVI­I, HDMI, Crossfire, PCIe video card
Complete the following general tasks:To install the motherboard:1. On the Shelf, expand theMotherboardscategory.2. Drag the motherboard from the Shelf to the motherboard plate in the system case.3. To identify the location of the motherboard connectors, in the Selected Component window, click theDetailslink for the motherboard.

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