What connector has 4 pins, is used for older IDE drives and some SATA drives, and can provide +5 V and +12 V power outputs?
What is the component that usually has a dual-voltage selector switch and has cables that connect to the motherboard and drives called?
A micro-ATX motherboard will fit into a case that follows what minimum standard?
How many pins are used in a parallel port, also known as an LPT port?
What type of port is sometimes used by routers for management and configuration purposes?
What audio port connects to an external home theater audio system, providing digital audio output?
What is the most common pointing device on laptops
How many pins are in the power supply connector that is typically used on most motherboards today?
What component is most likely to be installed in a PC, is considered primary storage, and typically stores the operating system, as well as its applications?
In a cellular network, each cell is controlled by a tower. What are these towers called?
Law enforcement agencies sometimes use what type of data to reconstruct a person's travels?
Which statement is NOT true regarding motherboards?
What general-purpose tool can measure characteristics of electricity in a variety of devices?
If you have a PCI Express Version 2 video card, how many pins will the power connector have if the card requires extra power?
What is the name for the type of flash memory that is used by mobile devices to store their apps and data?
Programs and data that are stored on a motherboard are referred to by what term?
What statement about an FRU is true?
What tool can help discover and report computer errors and conflicts that occur when you first turn on a computer and before the operating system is launched?
What acronym is another name for static electricity, which can damage chips and destroy motherboards?
What type of port transmits both digital audio and digital video with a single connector?
This transmits digital video and audio and is slowly replacing VGA and DVI
a type of memory slot found on a motherboard
draws heat from the CPU and pipes it to a fan, which then blows heat out of the case
a slot used for expansion cards or video cards on a motherboard
a series of tests performed by the startup UEFI/BIOS when you first turn on a computer
Who is seriously the best teacher, probably ever?