Reviewing the Basics Chapter 3.docx

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ASA College Chapter 3 1. What are the three more popular form factors used for motherboards? ATAX, MicroATX; Mini-ITX 2. Which type of Intel chipsets was the first to support the graphics controller to be part of the processor? The Sandy Bridge chipsets 3. How many pins does the Intel Socket B have? What is another name for the socket? 1366 pins; this socket is called LGA1366 (Land Grid Array) 4. What type of memory does the LGA1155 socket work with? Which socket was it designed to replace? DDR3; LGA1156 5. Does the Sandy Bridge chipset family use two chipset housings on the motherboard or a single chipset housing? The Nehalem chipset? A single housing; two housings 6. How many pins does the AMD socket AM2 have? 941 pins 7. What part of a Nehalem chipset connects directly to processor, the north bridge or the south bridge? The North Bridge 8. How does the throughput of PCI Express Version 3.0 compare to PCIe Version 2.0?
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