The answer is "all of the above".
I have 9 more multichoice questions, istha alright
The _______ of the CPU manages data and instructions entering and leaving the CPU. (Points: 3) Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) Cache Control Unit Input/Output (I/O) Unit
Input/Output (I/O) Unit
DRAM ______ need refreshing, and is used for ______ memory. (Points: 3) does, cache does, main doesn't, cache doesn't, main
Which processor has the highest system (external) bus speed from the list below? (Points: 3) Classic Pentium Pentium II Pentium III Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with HT
Pentium 4 Extreme Edition with HT
Which of the following is the only statement about RIMMs Modules that is NOT true? (Points: 3) You can leave RIMMs slots blank with no module inserted and fill them at a later time. When upgrading, you cannot use any RIMM you want, you have to match them to those already on the mother board. Upgrade later, but you must use C-RIMMs as a placeholder for any slot that does not have a RIMM. Upgrade later by replacing any C-RIMM module with a RIMM module that matches those already installed on the motherboard.
Upgrade later, but you must use C-RIMMs as a placeholder for any slot that does not have a RIMM.
One of the most common motherboard form factors used today is the _____ style. (Points: 3) AT ATX LTX XLT
One good idea in motherboard and memory maintenance, especially if you are receiving memory errors is to periodically _____. (Points: 3) apply a small amount of oil to the chips to keep them cool wipe the board down with a paper towel blow the dust off the board and memory sockets operate the PC with the side panel removed
blow the dust off the board and memory sockets
Another name for the microprocessor in a motherboard is _______. (Points: 3) CPU GPU AMD IRQ
L2 cache memory can and has in the past existed in systems as: (Points: 3) individual chips on a system board. in a COAST module installed on the system board. inside the housing of a Pentium II or higher CPU. All of the above. None of the above
inside the housing of a Pentium II or higher CPU.
To help secure a computer, you can set a startup or "power-on" password XXXXX that the startup BIOS will ask for the password XXXXX the boot process. This password XXXXX XXXXX in _______. (Points: 3) BIOS CMOS RAM DDR RAM the CPU
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