Troubleshooting processors can be a challenge, since there are no wires, no moving parts, and no obvious multimeter access. In this video, you’ll learn how to use some nifty software tools to help stress test CPUs, check for overheating, and gather specific processor details.
Every computer needs enough cooling to keep all components running at optimum efficiency. In this video, you’ll learn how to install a CPU fan, a computer case fan, and learn some best practices for maintaining optimal airflow through your computer.
The installation of a processor onto a motherboard is a relatively straightforward process, as long as thermal requirements are properly considered. In this video, you’ll learn how to install processors, including the necessary thermal grease and heatsinks required to cool the components.
What kind of processor interface has two rows of fragile pins that press tightly into sockets on the motherboard?
Processors come in many different shapes and sizes. In this video, you’ll learn about DIP sockets, Slot sockets, and PGA sockets.
You’ve been working on a motherboard that has a processor socket labeled Slot 1. What kind of processor socket fits into Slot 1?
Which of these Intel processors are 64-bit CPUs? A) Itanium B) Pentium Pro C) 80386 D) Pentium 4
Which Intel technology is designed as a single CPU, but appears to the operating system as two separate processors?