1 EUCIP - IT Administrator Module 1 - PC Hardware Version 2.0
2 Module 1 Goals Module 1 The PC Hardware module requires the candidate to know and recognise the basic physical make-up of a personal computer as well as its functions. Furthermore, he should be able to diagnose and repair the hardware problems that may occur. The candidate should be capable of working effectively, updating the hardware and operate as a market consultant for the hardware the company buys. CATEGORY KNOWLEDGE AREA REF. KNOWLEDGE ITEM 1.1 Introduction to Basic Components Understand the basic concepts of Personal hardware and software Computer Know the basic components of a PC Understand the basic function of a PC, Different types of PCs input, processing, storage, output data Differences between Standard PC, Workstation and Server Know Apple computers main properties Know about mobile computing (Notebook, PDA, Tablet Computer) and Network computer Know the main constraints of notebook computers 1.2 Motherboards Function Understand the role of a motherboard Know the basic integrated functions of a motherboard Know the basic components of a motherboard, such as CPU slot/socket, chipset, cache memory, buses, ports, expansion slots etc Be able to identify the basic components of a motherboard Types and differences Know the different types of motherboards and the differences between them, such as AT, ATX, BTX, LPX, NLX etc Be aware of the different types of connectors each motherboard has 1.3 BIOS Basic features Know what BIOS is, where is it stored and its functions Understand the terms: POST, SETUP, CMOS, Firmware and their function Know the basic settings we can adjust from BIOS Upgrading Know how to check the current BIOS version Know how and when to upgrade the BIOS Be able to check or modify the settings in BIOS which concern PnP. 1.4 Microprocessors Basic features Know what is the main task of a CPU.
3 Be aware of the terms: CPU speed, Overclocking, multiple factor. Also know the factors, which may affect them Know the basic components and their function, such as core, registers, FPU, L1 cache, Buses etc Be aware of the factors that determine the processor s capacity Know the difference between RISC and CISC architectures Be aware of the different CPU voltages and how it can be regulated Types and differences Be aware of the different processor makers Be aware of the different personal computers families of processors Know the differences between different CPU s (such as Pentium, Athlon, Xeon, Crusoe, Efficeon, PowerPC, ARM, ecc...), their capacities and their limitations Slots and Sockets Understand and distinguish the difference between slots and sockets Be aware of main types of slots, sockets and CPU packages Know how to install main types of packages Know thermal CPU problems and how they are solved 1.5 Memory RAM Understand the terms RAM and ROM and know the differences between them Know the difference between static and dynamic memory Know the different types of memory modules, such as SIMM, DIMM and RIMM. Also be aware of their function Know the features of the different types of modules (DRAM/SDRAM/DDR), such as speed, capacity etc Understand the terms Parity and ECC memory, their function and why they are used Be aware of the number of bits each type of memory module uses. Also understand the term Banking ROM Be aware of the function of ROM memory. Also know its features. Know the different types of ROM, such as PROM, EPROM, EEPROM and their features Cache Understand the benefits of cache memory Know how cache memory works.
4 Know the different types of cache and their location Know the differences between L1 and L2 cache Know the differences between write back and write through cache Know how disk cache works. 1.6 Buses Structure and bandwidth Know what a bus is and its function. 1.7 System Resources Different types of buses Understanding system resources Manage system resources 1.8 Interfaces Parallel ATA interface Know the structure of a bus. Address bus, data bus, control bus Know the function of address bus, data bus, and control bus Know how the bandwidth can affect an address bus Know how the bandwidth can affect a data bus Be aware of the terms Front Side Bus and Back Side Bus Know what I/O buses are and their function Know the various I/O buses, such as ISA, MCA, EISA, PCI, PCI-Express, PC-card, USB, Firewire. Know the main differences between them Know how different buses communicate (or cooperate ) together Know the system resources a disk controller uses Know new standard PCI Express, its function and its advantages Know the basic system resources, such as I/O port addresses, IRQ s and DMA s Know what I/O port addresses are and their function Know what IRQ s are and their function Know what DMA s are and their function Be aware of APIC Be able to check the used and available system resources Be able to change system resources Be able to configure the system resources of new hardware Know the different interfaces Be aware of the way IDE interface works, their limitations and their capacities Know the different types of IDE, such as ATA, DMA and Ultra DMA.
5 Understand the terms: Primary IDE, Secondary IDE, Master and Slave Know how many IDE drives can a PC handle and how to configure them using the BIOS settings SCSI interface Know how the SCSI interface works and its differences, comparing to PATA Understand the terms Host adapter, SCSI ID, LUN and Terminator Know the main types of SCSI, their capacities and limitations Know how many SCSI devices a SCSI chain can handle and how to configure them Be able to recognize the different SCSI cables and connectors. Also know how to connect SCSI devices to them Serial ATA interface Know SATA interface Know how the SATA interface works and its differences, comparing to PATA USB Interface Know the different USB interfaces, working principles, capacities and limitations Physical USB connection Know how many USB devices can be used and limitation Be aware of USB Version FireWire Interface Know the different FireWire interfaces, working principles, capacities and limitations Physical FireWire connection Know how many FireWire devices can be used and limitations InfraRed interface Know the different infrared interfaces, working principles, capacities and limitations Physical infrared connection Know how many infared devices can be used and limitations Bluetooth Know Bluetooth connection work Typical applications (PDA, Mobile Phones, printers, etc.) Memory Card Know the different types of memory card (Flash, SD, Memory Stick, etc.) Be aware of card reader RAID Controller Know RAID configuration types: performance & security Know Hot Swap drive Know PATA RAID Controller Card Know Raid Controller Card SATA version.
6 Know SCSI RAID Controller Card. 1.9 Mass storage Principles Know how a disk works and the way data is stored on it. Understand the terms track, sector, cylinder, cluster, CHS Know the structure of a floppy disk Know how to partition a hard disk. Also know the terms Logical drives and Active partition Know how to install a floppy disk, hard drive e CD-ROM drive. Also know which cables are necessary and how to connect them Know how many disk drivers a PC can handle and how to configure them using the BIOS settings Know the translation methods ECHS and LBA and the differences between them Other magnetic media Understand the terms Low level format, Partition, High level format Be aware of the differences of technologies as (CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+/- R, DVD+/-RW, Double Layer, Blue Ray) SLR, DAT, DLT, etc Be aware of jukebox units 1.10 Video Display Monitor Be aware of the most common monitor types, such CRT and TFT and how they work Be aware of the factors, which can determine the image quality, such as resolution, refresh rate, number of colours Graphics adapter Be aware of the most common modes of resolution, such as VGA, SVGA, and XGA Be aware of the most important components of a graphics adapter, such as GPU, memory, Video BIOS, RAMDAC and their function Be aware of the most common video memory types, from SDRAM to DDR2 SDRAM. Also know the differences between them and their advantages Know different type of AGP, its function and its advantages Know thermal problems and cooling hints Graphics library Be aware of DirectX Be aware of OpenGL 1.11 Printers Types Be aware of the different printing technologies, such as dot-matrix, inkjet and laser.
7 Know how a dot matrix printer works, its benefits and limitations Know how an inkjet printer works, its benefits and limitations Know how a laser printer works, its benefits and limitations Be aware of Thermal transfer and Sublimation process 1.12 Network Hardware Installing and managing Be aware of the different parallel ports, such as standard, ECP and EPP. Also know the differences between them Be aware of the different ways in which a PC can communicate to a printer, such as parallel, serial, USB, wireless and LAN Basic components Know a simple network structure Network Equipment Know NIC (Network Interface Card) Be aware of different HUB types Different SWITCH types (ports, Managed, unmanaged, etc) Be aware of VoIP capable switch Be aware of router, bridge and firewall hardware Network storage Be aware of NAS (Network Attached Storage) Wi-Fi Know how Wi-Fi connection works Know the main types of Wi-Fi, their capabilities and limitations Be aware of the typical applications (notebooks, printers, etc.) Be aware of access point, PCI adapter and wireless PC card Types and function Know Analog modem Know ISDN adapter Know ADSL modem Be aware of electric wireline NIC/modem Connection ports Be aware of internal version (PCI, integrated) Be aware of external versions (Serial, USB, Bluetooth, PC Card) Mobile phone Be aware of GSM/GPRS/EDGE/UMTS 1.13 Power Supply Types and function Understand the terms Volt, Ampere, Ohm, Watt, alternating current and direct current Know the function of a power supply and different types; the different voltage in the wires.
8 Know the different connections to peripherals, their names and their appearance Be aware of APM and ACPI ESD Know what a surge protector is and how it works. Know what Electrostatic Discharge (ESD) is and when it occurs. Also know the damage it causes Know how to protect your hardware from ESD damage. Also know how the weather conditions affect the ESD UPS Know what UPS is and its function. Also know how the different types of UPS work and communicate with a PC Be aware of power-on current peack on switching PSU 1.14 Installation of new hardware 1.15 Diagnosing and Troubleshooting Install and replace hardware Hardware problems Be able to install and replace a basic component, such as CPU, memory, power supply, motherboard, hard disk, graphics adapter, etc Be able to install a second hard disk or CD-ROM and configure it Be able to install expansion cards, such as sound card, network interface card etc Be able to install a modem or other communication devices Be able to install a wireless device Be able to install SCSI host adapter and SCSI devices and configure them. Also be able to install and configure other peripheral devices, such as scanners, printers, external backup stations etc Be able to install normal controller adapter or RAID controller version. Also be able to configure it Be able to install a network equipment Be able to recognise any error message during start up. Also know what to do to resolve the problem Be able to recognise an error message from a basic component Be able to check the available installed hardware and its configuration. Also be able to create the necessary documentation Be able to check the used resources, such as I/O addresses, IRQs and DMAs Be able to check for resource conflict, using an available diagnostic program. Also, know what to do if resource conflict occurs.
9 Know how to test a Power supply works effectively Be able to recognise a printer error message. Also know what to do to resolve the problem Trends Trends Be aware of modding Be aware of extreme cooling Be aware of embedding Be aware of wearable PC
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