Accelerated Graphics Port, PCI
Alternative Graphics Port, PCI
Accelerated Graphics Port, ISA
Alternative Graphics Port, ISA
USB Flash drive
I/O address 378 and IRQ7
I/O address 3F8 and IRQ4
I/O address 278 and IRQ5
I/O address 2F8 and IRQ5
Make sure the computer is plugged into the AC wall outlet.
Hold the card only by its slot connector.
Use firm but not excessive force to snap the card into the slot.
Avoid letting the metal flange touch the PC case.
It uses the device's I/O addresses over the address bus.
It uses the device's IRQ addresses over the data bus.
It uses the device's COM port over the address bus.
It uses the device's DMA over the data bus.
The expansion bus runs at the speed of the system clock.
The expansion bus crystal sets the speed for the expansion bus.
The CPU communicates with RAM via the expansion bus.
The frontside bus is another name for the expansion bus.
It is a binary numbering system that uses only two digits, a 0 and a 1.
It is another name for the decimal numbering system with ten digits, 0 through 9.
It is an eight-digit numbering system, using letters A through H.
It is a sixteen-digit numbering system that can express all its values by using four wires.
Red = 3.3 V; Yellow = 5 V
Red = 5 V; Yellow = 12 V
Red = 12 V; Yellow = 5 V
Red = 5 V; Yellow = 3.3 V
Motherboard power connector
To maintain good airflow inside your case.
It helps keep dust and smoke out of your case.
Both A & B are correct reasons.
Trick question! Leaving a slot uncovered does not hurt anything.
Two primary voltage rails, 12 volts and 5 volts, and an auxiliary 3.3 volts connector.
Three primary voltage rails, one each for 12 volts. 5 volts and 3.3 volts connectors.
One primary DC voltage rail for 12 volts, 5 volts and 3.3 volts.
One voltage rail with a 12-volt connector for the motherboard, a second voltage rail with a 12-volt connector for the CPU, and a third voltage rail for the 5-volt and 3.3 volt connectors.