Video summary 2: Motherboards
This video talks about the different types of motherboards that exist.
The first one they talk about is the ATX motherboard. These motherboards replace the older at form and it is also smaller, it has better organization and more variety of I/O devices.
The ATX motherboard supports the P1 power supply witch can be the 20 pin or the 24 pin type, it has PS/2 and USB slots and both AGP and PCI memory slots.
It also has 2 IDE connectors and at least 4 SATA slots. It has a soft power button on the front of the case that you can configure so when you press that power button is going to allow the computer to shut down normally and let the operating system reboot normally, and on the back there is a power switch that when press this is going to cut all the power of the motherboard.
This motherboard has better air flow and intake front vent, a back exhaust vent and a parallel air flow to the CPU.
The second motherboard that is show in this video is the NLX motherboard
The NLX motherboard also known as the daughter board has BUSES on the back of the motherboard. Most of the time these BUSES are made of cooper and their jobs is to connect the components and alow delivery of power and data.
The System BUS connects the mother board to the CPU. It supports a P1 power supply the 20 pin type or the 24 pin type.
This motherboard can support the 40 pin IDE connector, a 34 pin floppy drive, SATA connectors and 50 or 68 pin SCSI.
It can also have a 8-bit ISA or a 16-ISA expansion slots and a MCA, EISA, Vesa Local Bus, PCI, PCIx, PCIe or AGP.
* Supports riser cards
* System BUS
* P1 connectors
* 40 pin connector IDE
* 34 pin floppy driver
* 50 or 68 pin SCSI
* 8 bit ISA expansion slot
* 16 bit ISA...