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If there are any version numbers or codes on the graphics card, list this information: Model: c264What kind of interface does the graphics card use (is it PCI, PCIe x1, PCIe x16, or something else—refer to the images provided in Figure 6-4 in Step 4 of the lab manual for examples of the aforementioned)? PCIe x16Step 2: After examining the graphics card, place the card aside for the moment, then move on tothe next lab exercise.Lab Exercise 6.04: Removing a Motherboard:Step 1:Follow instructions in the lab manual.Step 2:Follow instructions in the lab manual. Pay special attention to the instructions in this step when concerning the orientation of small connectors associated with the power switch, reset switch, front panel buttons and LEDs. Not all of these may exist or be utilized on your machine, so recording the positioning and orientation of connections that do exist becomes important to ensure they are properly reconnected later, when installing the motherboard. Motherboard documentation, if available, will also provide information about how to properly install and orient these connections. The motherboard itself may also be printed with informative details on how to orient the connections.Step 3:Follow instructions in the lab manual.Step 4:Follow instructions in the lab manual.Lab Exercise 6.05: Identifying Motherboard Features:Step 1:Follow instructions in the lab manual and record answers for the following, as indicated by the exercise:What is the name of your motherboard manufacturer? DellWhat is the model number of your motherboard?
What CPU socket do you have on your motherboard? What type of chipset do you have on your motherboard?