1 A+ Unit Two: Hardware Basics Student Name Member of Team Team Lead AM/PM A+ Test Essentials Explain motherboard components, types and features A+ Certification Objectives Covered I/O interfaces o Sound o Video o USB 2.1 and 2.0 o Serial o IEEE 1394 / Firewire o Parallel o NIC o Modem o PS/2 4.2 Categorize network cables and connectors and their implementations Connectors o RJ45 o RJ11 Turn in for this unit Time Allotted 9 Days Labs Team Lead Check Off Points 2.1: Locating Power Supple : Accessing the BIOS : Observing the Boot Process 10 Teacher Check Off 1 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
2 2.4: Identify Ports and Cables : Internal Components : Label the Motherboard : Label the jumper blocks : Identifying the Components of the Lab Computer 10 Lab reports, 1 per lab per group (total 8) 80 Unit Project (one per group) Customer Overview List of current needs List of future needs List of questions asked of customer Written (at least 2 full page, double spaced) proposal that describes, in clear English, your solution.) Diagram of computer components Worksheet from lab Printout of spreadsheet showing complete cost of ALL computers and hardware and software 2 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
3 Computer Hardware Basics Computers, Servers, and Networking Sno Isle Skills Center Hardware and Software work together Hardware is used to: data data data data Software is used to: Control the to the user the hardware* What does a computer need to work? A method for the processor (CPU) to with the device. The combination of the, the, and the is called a BUS. Software to instruct and control the device. We with the hardware through software Electricity to power the device. No, no game Binary At the machine level, hardware and software talk to each other in. Binary is a 2 system of number and consists only of the characters 0 and 1. Binary is based on and states On= 3 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
4 Off= Charged above 50%= Charged below 50%= What is a computer? A computer is a collection of that is supported by. Hardware- components that you can see, feel, touch, and at your brother. Software-A set of that make the do stuff Software that is semi- and lives on a chip inside the computer.* Major Hardware Components CPU Hard Drive o 4 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
5 o o o o o Optical Drive o o Output devices Monitor Input devices o o o o o Power Supply drive (not much any more) RAM Motherboard Chipset Expansion cards o o o o Etc. Cables* Hardware Inside Computer board (maybe), hard drive, CD/DVD ROM 5 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
6 Supply Boards ( cards) Cables* Computer Guts System Board Aka Mainboard, motherboard Contains o CPU o set o RAM o and Battery o chip o Connections 6 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
7 o Expansion slots* System Board Components Traces the tiny fine you see on the motherboard. Enable and to travel along the board. BUS of communication that includes the method and the protocol used to. 1s and 0s travel down the lines of a.* System A that times activities of chips. Makes sure things happen at the right time. slots Holds expansion cards such as, video cards, etc. CPU Microprocessor chip inside of computer that executes commands Often works with a set Microchips that do some of the -level processing to free up for high level Also act as go to allow hardware to get access to power. Some older machines also have a (or slot for one) to speed up certain math functions.* 7 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
8 CPU Data Stored on System Board Important software is stored on the motherboard Chips Setting physical switches tells the computer how to start up before the OS starts. One type of ROM is the chip. Has programming necessary to start the computer.* Updating Firmware Flashing the BIOS Can only flash ROM 8 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
9 o (Electronically Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory) o (Erasable Programmable Read Only Memory) Must use ONLY a flash program for your particular version or bad things happen. CMOS (complementary metal oxide semi-conductor) Is a CMOS volatile or non-volatile? Volatile it requires a to keep the data in the chip. Holds setup information. Other information is stored by physically setting jumpers or switches on the board.* Software Three types of software (BIOS) System Now we could also add virtual pc software that you can use to emulate other operating systems on.* BIOS settings are stored in CMOS 9 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
10 BIOS Basic Input Output System 10 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
11 Starts up the computer and some of the hardware By some HW it frees up the OS to control other stuff. Review 1. All data and commands travel through the CPU. T/F 2. What are the four major operations of the CPU? a. b. c. d. 3. This is also known as the mainboard. 4. Hard drives are considered: 5. RAM is considered: CPU and Chipset The of the computer The CPU is the Processing Unit Most major takes place on the CPU The is a group of microchips on the motherboard that is responsible for co-processing, including 11 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
12 o o o between CPU and other hardware Your CPU comes of your motherboard, but your chipset is on. You CPU must be able to work with a board s. CPU & Chipset 12 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
13 Chipset Northbridge and southbridge are the on the motherboard Northbridge o Intel aka controller o Handles between CPU and Express Southbridge Southbridge Aka / controller hub (ICH) or Fusion Controller Hub (FCH) in AMD Handles all I/O functions such as o PCI bus. The PCI bus support includes the traditional PCI specification, but may also include support for and. o bus (legacy) o bus. The SPI bus is a simple serial bus mostly used for firmware (e.g., BIOS) flash storage access. o. The SMBus is used to communicate with other devices on the motherboard (e.g., system temperature sensors, fan controllers). 13 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
14 controller--the DMA controller allows devices direct access to main memory without needing help from the CPU. Interrupt controllers--the interrupt controller provides a for attached devices to get attention from the CPU. storage controllers such as PATA and/or SATA - clock. The real time clock provides a persistent time account. Power management (APM and ACPI). The or functions provide methods and signaling to allow the computer to sleep or shut down to save power. BIOS memory. The system CMOS, assisted by battery supplemental power, creates a limited non-volatile storage area for system configuration data. AC'97 or Intel High Definition sound interface. The CPU Stores in storage devices calculations data results 14 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
15 CPU Comparisons Power consumption AMD Intel More efficient (one of Intel s strengths) Price range (2012) Cooling factor Lower Tend to heat up under heavy use, but supposed to be improved with Bulldozer Gen2 CPUs Performance speed Generally considered faster under same use due to shorter pipeline. Same throughput for lower rating. Gaming and multimedia Ivy Bridge is supposed to be faster. Price to Performance ratio How it all works together You click a program icon 15 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
16 The program ( set) is transferred from the hard to RAM The loads the program from RAM The is processed Depending on the program this keeps over and over again while you re using it.* Review 1. What are the three components of the full computer system? a. b. c. 2. How does software differ from firmware? 3. What five functions does the computer perform using a combination of hardware and software? a. b. c. d. e. 4. What is a CPU? 16 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
17 Input/Output Hardware Input Bar code Device Wacom Output Types of Storage Primary = Secondary= Temporary (Primary) Storage that is volatile. Faster than storage (hard drives, floppies) Includes o o (older, single inline memory modules) o (dual inline memory modules o (rambus inline memory modules) 17 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
18 o memory o (cache on a stick)* Permanent (non-volatile) storage o drive o drive (legacy) o drives (aka jump drives) (1GB-128GB) o /CDRW o DVD/ * Storage Devices Hard Drive o o State Floppy Drive Drive CD DVD Blu-Ray Drive Cards Power Supply system Power supply connects to the mother board. Components use the power from the * 18 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
19 External Ports (LABEL) Color (standard) Male or Female Name(s) of Port and connector Number of Pins Picture 19 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
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23 Lab 2-1 Locate the Power Supply ACTIVITY Locate the power supply in your lab computer. Answer the questions below. Lab should take 20 minutes. WHAT YOU NEED FOR LAB 1. Computer 2. Power supply Questions 1. What is the wattage rating of your PSU? 2. How many molex devices can you add to your PSU? 3. How many fans can you connect to your PSU? 4. Is there a floppy connector? 5. Is there a built in SATA connector? 6. If you need to replace this power supply, which would you choose and why? (Find one on Tiger Direct or Newegg. 23 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
24 Lab 2-2 Access the BIOS ACTIVITY You are going to use your lab computer to access the BIOS and make some changes to the settings. Lab should take 20 minutes. WHAT YOU NEED FOR LAB 1. Computer with internet. DIRECTIONS 1. Restart your computer and watch the screen to learn which key to hit to access the BIOS or CMOS settings. 2. When you get into the BIOS look around to see what version of BIOS you have. 24 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
25 3. Now start looking around your BIOS and answer the questions below. Answer the questions 1. What is the frequency of your CPU? 2. What is the boot order sequence of devices? 3. What type of hard drive do you have installed? 4. Where would you set a BIOS password? 5. Does this BIOS allow you to overclock the processor? (Don t understand, look it up!) 25 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
26 4. Work with a neighbor and have him set a BIOS password on YOUR machine and you set one on his or hers. DO NOT TELL HIM OR HER THE PASSWORD! 5. Using the DMI on the motherboard, which is the identifier on the board that tells you what the board is, look up a manual for this board and learn how to reset the BIOS password. Don t know how: shows you were to find identifiers on the motherboard. 6. Reset the BIOS password 7. Restart and log in. 26 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
27 Lab 2-3 Observing the Boot Process and Hardware Components 1. Reboot your lab computer. Carefully watch your computer screen during the boot process (press Pause if necessary), and record which CPU is used by your home or lab computer. If you do not see anything, hit F2 to get into the BIOS and turn off Quiet Boot. (You ll have to search for it.) 2. Who is the BIOS vendor and what version of the BIOS are you using? 3. As the computer boots, memory is counted. Observe the memory count and record the amount of memory detected. What number system is used to count this memory? Why do you see differences? 4. Look at the back (or the front if the ports are located there) of your home or lab computer and make a drawing. Label on the drawing the purpose of each port and connection you see. If you are not sure what the purpose of the port is, label the port unknown port. In later chapters, the purposes of these unknown ports will become clear. 27 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
28 Lab 2-4 Identifying Ports ACTIVITY and Cables Turn your computer around so you can see the ports on the back. You are going to identify the ports on the back. For the ones you do NOT have, look them up online. WHAT YOU NEED FOR LAB 1. Lab computer 2. Computer with Internet access. Port Common Name Devices that attach Old/Current Technology 28 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
29 Pink Blue Green Pink Blue Green How many wires? How many wires? 29 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
30 How many pins? Lab 2-5 Internal Components ACTIVITY Find compatible processors for your motherboard. Lab should take 20 minutes. WHAT YOU NEED FOR LAB 1. Lab computer 2. Internet 3. Brains (don t eat them, we are not zombies) DIRECTIONS 1. Imagine tomorrow you come in and your computer won t start at all. You check all the cables, swap things in and out, and finally determine your CPU died overnight. 2. Determine which motherboard you are using. You should have done that in lab. 3. First you need to figure out what SOCKET TYPE your processor is. Write that down. What kind of processor is in there now? 30 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
31 4. Go online and find which processors will work with this motherboard. 5. Locate a place to purchase the processors you find (find at least three). Answer the questions below: 1. What is the brand of motherboard you have? 2. What is the model number? 3. Which processor is in there now? 4. What is the form factor of this processor? 5. Which of the three processors you found is the cheapest? 6. Price? 7. Which of the processors is the fastest? 8. Speed? 9. Say you also wanted to buy RAM for this computer, what kind works with this motherboard? 31 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
32 Lab 2-6 Label the Motherboard ACTIVITY 1. Turn off and unplug your computer workstation. 2. Check out a set of tools and a grounding strap from your teacher. 3. Attach the grounding strap and ensure your workstation is free of clutter. 4. Open up the computer. In the space provided on the back/next page, make a complete diagram of your lab workstation s system board. In your diagram, label each of the components depicted in Figure 3-1, and describe each component s function. (See for information on the components on a motherboard.) 32 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
33 Label on your motherboard: 1. CPU 2. North bridge 3. South bridge 4. SATA connectors 5. IDE connector 6. Floppy connector 7. RAM 8. Battery 9. Capacitors 10. Resistors 11. PCI slots 12. PCI-e slots 13. AGP (if applicable) 14. AMR (if applicable) 15. P1 16. P4 17. CPU Fan connector 18. System panel connector block Lab 2-7 Label the Jumper Labeling the jumper blocks Blocks Find your manual for your motherboard online and locate the jumper block for your power switch, HDD light, etc. Draw that block and label it below. Draw your system panel connector jumper block here and label what each one does Label the following: 33 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
34 a. HDD LED b. Power LED c. Power switch d. Reset Switch e. Speaker f. Any other items Manufacturer Web Address Review Questions Circle True or False. 1. The mouse and keyboard ports are always located directly next to the CPU socket True / False 2. AT-style system boards require two power connectors from the power supply. True / False 3. Different system boards can use different types of memory. True / False 4. Most CPUs are bolted to the system board to prevent them from slipping off and causing the entire PC to crash. True / False 5. Describe the role of a voltage regulator. 6. Compare the role of a chip set to that of the CPU. ACTIVITY Lab 2-8 Diagramming Your Lab Computer Now that you have diagrammed your computer, it s time to take it apart and inventory parts. You re going to get some anti-static bags, your grounding strap, and you re going to take apart your entire computer. Yes, everything comes off. After you write down what everything is (that you can determine), put it ALL back together. Lab should take 40 minutes. If you do not have 40 minutes, move onto the project and come back to this one. 34 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
35 WHAT YOU NEED FOR LAB 1. Lab computer 2. Toolkit 3. Grounding strap 4. Anti-static bags DIRECTIONS 1. Get out your tools. a. One toolkit b. One grounding strap 2. Get your computer 3. Turn it on to ensure it is working. Never mind what OS is on it, we ll be changing that. 4. Shut it down. 5. You re going to inventory the brand and model of each of the following. a. Case b. Motherboard c. RAM d. Processor/heatsink e. Hard drive f. DVD burner 6. Make sure your area is clean. 7. Take out your tools. 8. Connect one end of your grounding strap to an unpainted surface on your computer. Connect the other end to you (your wrist). Any time you open your computer, you must be grounded. 9. Locate the screws on the back of your case. You will unscrew the screws that are farthest from the power cord. Remove those screws and set aside. Do not lose them, please. 10. Remove your cover and set it out of your way above you or below, but NOT on the floor. Label your computer with your name and we will lock them away after each class period. Video Card Brand Model Sound Card Brand 35 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
36 On this card you can see it is an Abit AU10 sound card. Model Network Card Brand Model CD ROM Brand Model Hard Drive Brand Model 36 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
37 Motherboard Brand Model Processor Brand Model Memory (RAM) Brand Model Other (draw picture) Brand Model Other (draw picture) Model 37 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
38 Brand Once you have completed this lab, make sure the computer is running perfectly and go onto your project! 38 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
39 Unit Project Your company has been hired to build 30 computers for Public School Number Nine. Your job is to: 2. Write a customer overview description of your client. 3. Determine the needs of your customer. b. Current needs c. Future needs 4. Define the jargon for the client. 5. Design a student system that will fulfill the needs of students. 6. Design a teacher system that will meet the needs of the teachers. 7. Price out the components of each system. 8. Give a proposal bid for 28 student stations and 2 teacher stations as well as any additional components/peripherals needed. Be sure to include: 1. All components on each system i. Case ii. iii. iv. Motherboard Processor Fans v. RAM vi. vii. viii. ix. Hard drive CD/DVD ROM Burner Mouse Keyboard x. Monitor a. Additional hardware needed b. Software needed 39 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
40 i. Operating system ii. Applications Task One: Write a customer overview. Who is your customer? Create a list of words that must be defined in order for the customer to understand the proposal (jargon) Task Two: Develop a list of questions that must be answered before you can begin fulfilling the customer order. When you have developed this list, show it to me and in exchange I will give you the information from the customer. Task Three: Develop a list of current customer needs. Task Four: Develop a list of future customer needs. Task Five: Research components and start building the system. Task Six: Print or draw a picture of the systems you have created. Task Seven: Create a spreadsheet of complete costs of the entire system Task Eight: Write up a CLEAR proposal that includes ALL of the tasks above, but written in paragraph form. It should be at LEAST two full pages long, 12 point font (max), double spaced, spelling checked. 40 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
41 Student System Device Price Company Website Case Power Supply CPU speed Motherboard Processor type Installed RAM RAM speed and type Sound card Video card Hard Drive CD/DVD Burner Mouse Keyboard Modem or network card Slots on motherboard Power supply Floppy drive Operating system installed Installed software packages Other Hardware Needed 41 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
42 Teacher System Device Price Company Website Case Power Supply CPU speed Motherboard Processor type Installed RAM RAM speed and type Sound card Video card Hard Drive CD/DVD RW Mouse Keyboard Modem or network card Slots on motherboard Power supply Floppy drive Operating system installed Installed software packages Other Hardware Needed 2. What is the price difference between the two machines? 42 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
43 2. Why is the one cheaper than the other? 3. How does the student station meet the needs of the students? 4. What are some benefits of buying a pre-assembled system? 5. What are some benefits of building a system yourself? 43 There you have your page numbers. Are you happy now?
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