Computer Hardware




    The app is a complete free handbook of Computer system Hardware which covers important topics, notes, materials, news & blogs on the course. Download the App as a reference material & digital book for Computer science engineering programs & software degree courses.

    This useful App lists 104 topics with detailed notes, diagrams, equations, formulas & course material, the topics are listed in 7 chapters. The app is must have for all the engineering science students & professionals.

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    Some of the topics Covered in the app are:

    1. Motherboard
    2. Data
    3. Bits and digital data
    4. Bytes
    5. ASCII
    6. Introduction to the PC
    7. PC construction
    8. History of the PC
    9. Data exchange - the mainboard
    10. POST and CMOS
    11. BIOS programs and ATX
    12. The Setup program
    13. The boot process
    14. The data flow on the system board
    15. Introduction to the PC busses
    16. The system bus
    17. 66 MHz and 100 MHz bus
    18. Introduction to the I/O busses
    19. Technical and historical background for the I/O busses
    20. The ISA bus
    21. MCA, EISA and VLB
    22. The PCI bus
    23. Chip set
    24. Triton
    25. Intel TX chip set - AGP and Ultra DMA
    26. Chip sets for Pentium Pro and Pentium II
    27. RAM
    28. SIMM modules
    29. DIMM modules
    30. PC100 RAM and Rambus RDRAM
    31. Introduction to CPU
    32. 8086 compatible instructions
    33. CISC and RISC instructions and their handling
    34. Clock frequency
    35. Cache RAM
    36. CPU - areas of development
    37. Floppy drives
    38. The CPU speed measurement
    39. CPU changes historical review
    40. Pentium
    41. Pentium MMX
    42. Cyrix 6X86
    43. AMD
    44. Cyrix 6X86MX
    45. Pentium Pro
    46. Pentium II
    47. CPU sockets and chip sets
    48. Clocking
    49. Over-clocking
    50. CPU that support over clocking
    51. Drives
    52. Interface
    53. Hard disks
    54. Physical aspects of the hard disk
    55. Hard disk limitations
    56. Hard disk interface
    57. Optic storage media
    58. CD and DVD- ROM
    59. MO drives
    60. Tape streamers
    61. Introduction to I/O
    62. The internal I/O ports
    63. Adapters
    64. Modular PC design
    65. IRQ
    66. DMA
    67. Bus mastering
    68. I/O addresses
    69. PC Card
    70. EIDE
    71. Transfer speeds and protocols
    72. Ultra DMA
    73. Advanced Graphics Port
    74. Small Computer System Interface
    75. SCSI is intelligent
    76. Advantages of SCSI
    77. Universal or Useless Serial Bus
    78. IEEE 1394 FireWire
    79. File systems
    80. The formatted disk
    81. Sectors and Clusters
    82. The root directory and other directories
    83. File fragmentation
    84. Partitioning with FDISK
    85. The primary partition and booting
    86. Operating system
    87. System software
    88. Operating systems
    89. DOS control of hardware
    90. 32 bit drivers
    91. Introduction to video system
    92. Pixels
    93. Greater resolutions
    94. Colour, Colour depth and RGB
    95. Refreshing the screen image
    96. Trinitron or Invar
    97. Multisync screen with digital control
    98. Color adjustments
    99. Screen savers
    100. LCD screens
    101. Video card
    102. RAM on the video card
    103. Cards and chips
    104. Motherboard and Power Supply

    Each topic is complete with diagrams, equations and other forms of graphical representations for better learning and quick understanding.

    Computer Hardware is part of computer system engineering education courses and technology degree programs of various universities.

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