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For CPUs without integrated memory controller, which part of the chipset manages communication between the CPU and memory?

I/O Controller Hub (ICH

Northbridge

Fusion Controller Hub (FCH)

Southbridge

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In order to retain its configuration data, CMOS RAM requires constant supply of electricity which is provided by the:

AC adapter

Power Supply Unit (PSU)

CMOS battery

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

Power inverter

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Which of the answers listed below refers to a source of power for an RTC when the computer is turned off?

Power inverter

CMOS battery

Power Supply Unit (PSU)

AC adapter

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What is the name of the most common connector type used for providing power to various hardware components inside the computer case?

RJ-45

BNC

Molex

USB

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A switch, button, or LED on the front/top panel of a computer case has a connector linked to it that must be attached to the appropriate pins on the:

Riser card

Expansion slot

Power supply

Motherboard

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Which of the memory types listed below are designed to store permanent data that cannot be changed? (Select all that apply)

RAM

EPROM

ROM

PROM

EEPROM

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Random Access Memory (RAM) falls into the category of the so-called volatile storage media. It requires a continuous flow of electricity to preserve its contents thus all the data stored in RAM lasts only while the power is on.

True

False

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Which of the answers listed below refer(s) to the characteristic feature(s) of Static Random Access Memory (SRAM)? (Select all that apply)

Non-volatile storage media type

Faster than Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)

Widely used as system's primary storage media (regular RAM modules installed in memory slots on the motherboard)

More expensive in comparison to Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)

Slower than Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM)