CompTIA A+ 220-701: 1.2 – Chipsets

| March 8, 2010


If you look closely at a motherboard, you’ll see interfaces, connections, and many different chipsets. In this module, you’ll learn about these various chipsets and their interrelations.



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  1. Jeffrey Gates says:

    I went through all of the 2009 A+ videos prior to these mobo videos. I found my self a bit confused, but for some reason, these videos really quickly summed up some topics that were frustrating me. Thanks Professor Messer. You rock!

  2. The PCI bus is a common bus on many motherboards. In my example, the PCI bus connected the graphics controller to the Southbridge. It doesn’t have to be that way, however!

  3. Lamin says:

    simple easy to comprehend, diagrams makes them stick in your mind. Esay to remember stuff

  4. Devans4 says:

    Professor Messer makes it so easy to understand, i have my exam soon and gonna watch as many videos as i can and not worry about failing as i have his videos to hand, keep up the great work Professor Messern

  5. Zoleka says:

    Thanks a lot Professor Messer I have never been able to understand some of these topics includingu00a0Bus architecture and chipsets. The way you demonstrate themu00a0has made me feel more confident.u00a0Keep up the good worku00a0

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