Computer power systems have their own language and architecture. In this video, you’ll learn about amps, volts, power calculations, current, voltage, power supply sizing, power supply options, and much more.
Every device in our computer needs power, and there are many different ways to get the right voltages to the right component. In this video, you’ll learn about SATA power, Molex connectors, ATX 12 volt connectors, EPS 12 V power, PCI Express power interfaces, and the primary motherboard power connectors.
As a CompTIA A+ technician, you’ll work on numerous motherboard types. In this video, you’ll learn about the types and characteristics of some popular motherboards.
Which motherboard form factor was designed to fit into legacy cases, and takes up less space with fewer expansion slots?
Without the supply of power, your computer won’t have much to do. In this video, you’ll learn about power supply standards and how different connectors are used to power the components inside of modern personal computers.
Of these motherboard types, which one has the largest footprint?
Which motherboard type was designed for ease of maintenance by separating the main motherboard from the riser card? This motherboard was also one of the first designed to support an Accelerated Graphics Port as part of the motherboard.