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What are all of the parts that are inside a computer?


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Computer Ingredients:

Ever wonder what all those pieces are inside that black box? What sort of things does it take to build a computer? The following is a list of almost every part that is, or would be found, inside of a Desktop PC Computer (and some servers too). I hope this page can be somewhat educational to those folks that would like to know this information. DISCLAIMER: ALL PICTURES ARE BEING USED AS AN EXAMPLE ONLY. We do not sell or promote any of the fine products shown. They are just being used so you can see what that part may closely look like.
(Thank you very much to all of the fine manufacturers.)



Motherboard

This is the main circuit board inside your computer. This is very important, because it will determine most of the options and functions of the computer. Everything inside will attach to it or mount on it, somehow.


BIOS

BIOS is an acronym for Basic Input Output System. It is a program that stores configuration details about your computer hardware and enables your computer to boot up. You would not be able to load the operating system without a BIOS. Every time your computer is turned on, the BIOS loads configuration data into main memory, performs a routine diagnostic test on your hardware, then hands control off to the operating system. The hand off occurs when you see the black Microsoft Windows XP screen appear (or the black Starting Windows screen in Windows 7). The BIOS resides in a ROM chip, which is mounted on the Motherboard. Sometimes it is mounted in a ROM socket, so it can be replaced, otherwise if the chip went bad, you would have to replace the motherboard (that it is attached too). You must be very careful programming the BIOS. One wrong setting and the computer may become inoperable. However, most all motherboards come with a reset jumper, in case the BIOS needs reset.


Battery

The Internal Battery is mounted in a removable battery holder on the Motherboard. The job of the battery is to "keep" all of the current settings in the BIOS. When you change the battery, the BIOS settings are lost the moment the battery is removed, and all settings have to be re-programmed. BIOS settings can only be re-programmed by someone who knows about BIOS settings, so do not try this yourself or you may end up with a computer that does not work properly.


CPU Processor

This is the main brain inside your computer. CPU stands for central processing unit. The faster the speed of the CPU, the faster the computer will operate. Also, the more cores it has, the faster the computer will operate. A single core processor can only think (or process) one thing at a time. A dual core processor can think (or process) two things at a time. A quad core processor can think (or process) four things at a time. And, if any of the processors have hyper-threading, everything is doubled. So if your computer is a quad core with hyper-threading, then it can think (or process) eight things at a time. Now that's fast!


CPU Thermal Grease

Thermal grease is a compound that increases the thermal efficiency of your computer's CPU cooling system by eliminating the miniscule air gaps between the CPU Processor and the CPU Cooler. I like the kind that comes in a bottle with a handy in-cap brush. This kind is very easy to use.


CPU Cooler

This is the CPU Cooler. It is cut-out from a solid block of aluminum or copper. It has a fan that sits on top of it, blowing downward on it, to cool the CPU Processor. The fan is plugged into a connector on the motherboard that is made just for the CPU Cooler fan. The motherboard BIOS will tell you the speed of the CPU Cooler fan as well as the temperature of the CPU Processor.


Memory Boards

You can not have enough memory! Most computers have 2 to 6 identical memory boards in them.

Think of memory as your desktop. If your desktop was 12 inches by 12 inches square, it would be very difficult to get a big project handled. You would only be able to put a small piece of your project on your desk at one time. And, every time you wanted to work on a different part of your project, you would have to first clear off your tiny desk before you could have room to put something else on it. However, if your desk was 6 feet deep and 25 feet long, you could get your entire project on the desk at one time. You would be able to go from one part of it to the next, keeping all parts on the desk at once, and much faster than before.

Our recommendation is 2-GB to 3-GB in a Windows 32-Bit system, and 4-GB to 16-GB in a Windows 64-Bit system.



Power Supply

This is what converts the voltage coming out of the wall into all the different voltages the computer needs. Input is 125 VAC. Outputs are +5VDC, +12VDC, +3.3VDC, -5VDC,-12VDC. The wattage of a power supply can vary from 150 WATTS to 1200 WATTS. A good, general, all-around supply would be somewhere between 400-550 WATTS. Make sure it has a 80 PLUS Certified seal or better on it. If your computer runs 24/7, it will save you more money than you paid for the power supply in less than 2 years. Hint: Buy a good one!


2.5" SSD (Solid State Drive) Hard Drive

This is where your data is stored. Think of it as a big filing cabinet. This type is found in desktop computers, laptop computers and servers. It has no moving parts inside, just microchips that hold your data. No noise! Not much heat! Very fast!


2.5" Notebook Hard Drive

This is where your data is stored. Think of it as a big filing cabinet. This type is found in laptop computers and servers. It has a motor inside, spinning around small metal discs that hold your data. Sometimes they are a little noisy. They get warm creating heat inside the computer case too.


3.5" Hard Drive

This is where your data is stored. Think of it as a big filing cabinet. This type is found in desktop computers and servers. It has a motor inside, spinning around small metal discs that hold your data. Sometimes they are a little noisy. They get warm creating heat inside the computer case too.


3.5" Hard Drive Cooler

This device helps to cool down your hard drive. There is a fan on the back, pulling air through it from front to back. This unit holds one hard drive in 1 drive bay space.


3.5" Hard Drive Cage

This device helps to cool down your hard drives. There is a fan on the back, pulling air through it from front to back. This unit holds four hard drives in just 3 drive bay spaces. This is perfect for a RAID5 setup.


CD Drive

This device plays and/or records CD discs. Most all software comes in CD format. CD's hold 700-MB of data.


DVD Drive

This device plays and/or records both CD and DVD discs. Only very large software suites come in DVD format. Most all movies come in the DVD format, except for HD movies. Single sided DVD's hold 4.7 gB of data. Double sided DVD's hold 8.5-GB of data.


Blu-Ray Drive

This device plays and/or records all three CD, DVD, and Blu-Ray discs. Blu-Ray is the HD (High Definition 1080p) discs. No software that I know of comes in this format, but all HD movies do come in the Blu-Ray format. Blu-Ray discs hold 25-GB of data.


Flat IDE Cable

This is the older style wide flat parallel interface cable used to connect hard drives and CD/DVD drives to the motherboard. You can connect two drives to the motherboard on just one cable.


Round IDE Cable

This is the newer round style of the older wide flat parallel interface cable used to connect hard drives and CD/DVD drives to the motherboard. You can connect two drives to the motherboard on just one cable.


SATA Cable

This is the new SATA serial interface that is replacing the Parallel interface. The new smaller flat style cable is used to connect hard drives and CD/DVD drives to the motherboard. You can connect only one drive to the motherboard on just one cable. That's ok. The cable and connectors are a lot smaller!


Floppy Drive

This drive is almost obsolete. It holds a 3.5 inch double sided diskette with a total space of 1.44 mB. Today, it is used mainly if you are going to set up a RAID.


Floppy Drive Round Cable

This is the newer round style, of the older wide flat parallel interface cable, used to connect Floppy drives to the motherboard. You can connect one drive to the motherboard on just one cable.


Floppy Drive Flat Cable

This is the older style wide flat parallel interface cable used to connect Floppy drives to the motherboard. You can connect one drive to the motherboard on just one cable.


Video Card • Low Powered

This card comes with a it's own CPU processor called a Graphics Processor Unit, or GPU. The GPU handles all of the graphics processing so the main computer's CPU can do everything else. It is quite a relief removing that load off of the CPU. You should see an increase in speed and computing power. The graphics will also be greatly improved. This card is perfect for web surfing.


Video Card • High Powered

This card comes with a it's own CPU processor called a Graphics Processor Unit, or GPU. The GPU handles all of the graphics processing so the main computer's CPU can do everything else. It is quite a relief removing that load off of the CPU. You should see an increase in speed and computing power. The graphics will also be greatly improved. This card is perfect for gaming; it has two GPU's. Insane! But nice! Downside, noisy fans and it requires a larger power supply of around 750 watts or more. The big difference is in gaming. The screen can produce many more frames per second making the video look smooth.


Video Tuner Card

This card is the TV tuner that comes in your TV Set (basically). Use this card to add a TV Tuner to your computer so you can record TV shows and movies directly onto your hard drive. It comes with a cable jack on it just like the one on the back of your TV. It should also include a software CD that has the DVR software that you will need to make the records with.


Sound Card

Most motherboards have a sound chip built-in so you can hook up a pair of speakers. But, by using a separate sound card, you will get a much better sound quality, lots more options, and many more channels of sound.


4-Port 2.0 USB Card

This is an easy way to add 4 USB 2.0 ports to your computer. Older motherboards come with USB 1.1 or USB 1.0 jacks running at 12 Mbits/sec and are very slow. USB 2.0 is much faster, running at 480 Mbits/sec. All USB 2.0 jacks are backward compatible with USB 1.1 or USB 1.0.


2-Port 3.0 USB Card

This is an easy way to add 2 USB 3.0 ports to your computer. Older motherboards come with USB 1.1 or USB 1.0 jacks running at 12 Mbits/sec and are very slow. Old motherboards come with USB 2.0 is much faster, running at 480 Mbits/sec. The newest motherboards come with USB 3.0, running at 5 Gbits/sec. Most USB 3.0 jacks are backward compatible with USB 2.0, USB 1.1 or USB 1.0.


Phone Modem Card

Use this card to add a telephone modem to your computer. With two phone jacks, one has the phone line coming into it and the other can be used to plug in a real telephone. This card is also required for answering machine software to work properly, if it's installed.


Wired Network Card

This card adds a wired network connection to your computer. The speed will be either 10/100 Mbits/sec or 10/100/1000 Mbits/sec and it uses a Cat-5, Cat-5e or a Cat-6 cable. A wired card is much safer and faster than a wireless card. With today's network, you want everything to run at Gigabit speed (1000 Mbits/sec).


Wireless Network Card

This card adds a wireless network connection to your computer. The speed will be somewhere between 1 Mbits/sec and up to 450 Mbits/sec. Wireless Network Cards use one, two or three antennas. A wireless card is not as safe or as fast a wired card. When using a wireless card, you must use strong security and WAP2 if possible. Thieves can park in the parking lot (and even your neighbors through the wall) can use your internet connection if it is wide open.


RAID 0/1/5/6 Card

This card allows you to connect 1 to 8 hard drives to your computer. If you run them in a RAID5 configuration, the computer will only see (one) really large drive, the size of ALL-1=. Example: if you had eight 1TB drives, it would be 8 x 1TB - 1 = 7TB.
The nice thing about running RAID5, if one of the eight drives fail, you will not lose any of your data. You simply replace the failed drive and the RAID will rebuild itself. You also get a speed advantage. The RAID5 will be very fast!
More on this card later.......



RAID 0/1/5/6 Card Battery Backup Card

This is a battery backup for the RAID Card. Should you lose power during a (write), the battery will power the card so it can complete the cycle. If you buy a RAID Card, buy one of these with it!


Card Reader

This card reader fits into a 3.5" drive bay on your desktop computer. It gives you instant support for all kinds of current and legacy flash media formats on nearly any USB equipped computer. Most all cameras use flash memory. This 4-slot reader reads CF, SD, MMC, SM, and Sony MS media. Interchangeable black, cream and or silver bezels ensure that the reader blends seamlessly into your computer case. They plug into your motherboard with a USB 2.0 connector.


Case Fan

Case fans cool down the things inside your computer case. A good computer case will have at lease two fans. One in the front pulling air into the case, and one in the rear to pull air out of the case. Common computer fan sizes are 20mm, 40mm, 60mm, 80mm, and 120mm. Fans are rated by how many cubic feet per minute of air they can move through themselves. Some fans are more quiet than others!!


Case Drive Bay Fan Panel

Case fans cool down the things inside your computer case. This unit has three 20mm fans mounted inside a single 5.25" Drive Bay, mounted in the front, pulling air into the case. It also comes with a bracket to mount a hard drive in the bay, to help cool it down too. Fans units like this one are rated by how many cubic feet per minute of air they can move through themselves. Some fan units are more quiet than others!!


Case Fan Extension Cable

This cable is used to extend a case fan's cable length, so it will reach the connector you are trying to get to.


Case Fan Y-Cable

This cable is used combine two case fans onto one cable.


Case Port Panel

Fits inside (1) 3.5" Drive Bay. This unit provides a bunch of connectors in one convenient place. In back are cables to plug into all of the original connectors.


Case Port Panel

Fits inside (1) 5.25" Drive Bay. This unit provides a bunch of connectors in one convenient place. In back are cables to plug into all of the original connectors.


Case Controller Panel

Fits inside (1) 5.25" Drive Bay. This unit provides a bunch of connectors, a card reader, and a fan controller in one convenient place. In back are cables to plug into all of the original connectors.


Case Drive Bay Drawer

Fits inside (1) 5.25" Drive Bay. This drawer unit is great for keeping those (important) CD's, DVD's or special device, with the computer.


Molex 4-Pin Power Y-Cable

One older power connector to two older power connectors. Hard drives, CD drives, DVD drives, some video cards, some case fans, and some drive bay control panels, will receive power from this type of connector. This cable is great for patching in a power connector to your system.


Molex 4-Pin -to- Floppy Power Y-Cable

One older power connector to two Floppy power connectors. Card readers, some video cards, some case fans, and some drive bay control panels, will receive power from this type of connector. This cable is great for converting one power connector to two Floppy connectors in your system.


Molex 4-Pin -to- Floppy Power & Molex 4-Pin Y-Cable

One older power connector male, one older power connector female to one Floppy power connector. This cable is great for patching in a Floppy power connector to your system.


Molex 4-Pin -to- 15-Pin SATA HD Y-Cable

One older power connector to two newer power connectors. Hard drives, CD drives, DVD drives, will receive power from this type of connector. This cable is great for converting one older power connector to two newer power connectors in your system.


15-Pin F SATA HD -to- 15-Pin M SATA HD Y-Cable

One newer power connector to two newer power connectors. Hard drives, CD drives, DVD drives, will receive power from this type of connector. This cable is great for converting one newer power connector to two newer power connectors in your system.


Molex 4-Pin -to- 15-Pin SATA HD Cable

One older power connector to one newer power connector. Hard drives, CD drives, DVD drives, will receive power from this type of connector. This cable is great for converting one older power connector to one newer power connector in your system.


Computer Operating System Software

This is the software that makes the computer work. It is what you see and how you interface with it.
It could be in the form of Linux Ubuntu operating system, but 99% of the time, it will be a Microsoft® Windows® operating system.

Operating System Editions:

Microsoft® Windows® 8.1
Microsoft® Windows® 8.1 Pro

Microsoft® Windows® 8
Microsoft® Windows® 8 Pro

Microsoft® Windows® 7 Starter
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Basic
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Professional
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Enterprise
Microsoft® Windows® 7 Ultimate

Microsoft® Windows® Vista Starter
Microsoft® Windows® Vista Home Basic
Microsoft® Windows® Vista Home Premium
Microsoft® Windows® Vista Business
Microsoft® Windows® Vista Enterprise
Microsoft® Windows® Vista Ultimate

Microsoft® Windows® XP Home Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Tablet PC Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Media Center Edition
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional 64-Bit
Microsoft® Windows® XP Professional x64 Edition



Computer Operating System Recovery CD/DVD Software

This Recovery CD/DVD set is usually made up of 2 or 3 disks. This software will restore your computer back to the very first time that you turned your computer on. If your hard drive goes bad, you will need these CDs or DVDs to restore your new hard drive. The recovery process will destroy your data. Yes, all of your data will be lost! Make sure you backup your data first.

This "Recovery CD Set" is also a "Branded" Operating System. Branded means that this Recovery CD Set will only work on BRAND ABC and MODEL NUMBER 123. Example: Hp EliteBook 8740W. The brand of computer and the model number have to match exactly, or it will not install. An easy way to tell if you have a branded operating system is to go into the control panel and double click System. If inside the System Properties box, on the General Tab, you see the computer's brand logo, then it is branded and will only work with the motherboard that is inside of the computer. If the computers' motherboard ever breaks, you will have to replace it with the exact same brand and model number, or it will not activate with Microsoft. An unactivated operating system will not boot after 30 days.



Computer Security Software

These are the things to look for in your next security package. You may end up running two or three different software packages at one time to get all of the protection that you want or need. However, only have one Anti-Virus package installed on your computer at a time.

2-Way Firewall
Anti-Virus
Anti-Spyware
Anti-Malware
Anti-Adware
Email Spam Filter
Tracking Cookie Remover
Internet Link Checker
Rootkit Remover
Trojan Horse Virus Remover

Yes! That's right! There are a lot of bad guys out there. So, protect yourself!




Computer Case

All of the above computer parts fit inside of this computer case.
All of the computer parts below, connect to this case.
Lian Li Computer Case pictures courtesy of newegg.com.

Front

FrontAngle

SideAngle

Side

BackAngle

Back

Make


Cat-6,  Cat-5e,  Cat-5,  Cat-3  Network Cables

Category 6 cable, commonly referred to as Cat-6, is a cable standard for Gigabit Ethernet Networks. It is backward compatible with the Cat-5e, Cat-5 and older Cat-3 cable standards. Cat-6 cables feature more stringent specifications for crosstalk and system noise. If you are going to buy network cables today, buy all Cat-6 cables!!


Monitor

Open your eyes, you're looking at one!   


VGA Monitor Cable

This cable will connect your VGA monitor to your motherboard or video card.


DVI Monitor Cable

This cable will connect your DVI monitor to your motherboard or video card.


HDMI Monitor Cable

This cable will connect your HDMI monitor to your motherboard or video card. If you want to watch high definition video content or movies, this is the cable you want to use. HD movies will not pass through a VGA or DVI cable connections.


Displayport Monitor Cable

This cable will connect your Displayport monitor to your motherboard or video card. If you want to watch high definition video content or movies, you can also use this cable. HD movies will not pass through a VGA or DVI cable connections.


USB Keyboard

The keyboard is used to enter text, characters, and numbers into the computer by typing. To connect one, they come in two flavors. It will either be a USB connector or a PS/2 connector. Older computers use the PS/2 connector.


USB Mouse

A computer mouse is a pointing device that functions by detecting two-dimensional motion relative to its supporting surface. A mouse consists of an object held by one of the user's hands, with two or more buttons. It sometimes features other elements, such as (a scroll wheel), which allow the user to perform up or down screen scrolling, zoom in or out, or other various system-dependent operations. Extra buttons or features can add more control or dimensional input too. The mouse's motion typically translates into the motion of a pointer on a display, which allows for fine control of a graphical user interface. In other words, this is the main device for navigating a computer. To connect one, they come in two flavors. It will either be a USB connector or a PS/2 connector. Older computers use the PS/2 connector.


Computer Power Cable

A computer uses a special power cable that looks like this. One end plugs into a wall outlet and the other end into the computer's power supply.


Power Strip Surge Suppressor

Always use a good surge suppressor to protect your computer equipment, peripherals, network and CAD/CAM/CAE workstations, internetworking accessories, telecommunications systems, point of sale equipment, audio/video and home theater systems. Good ones have things inside of them to filter out certain kinds of power problems, like surges and spikes. When buying one, look for a long power cord, all-metal outside box, lighted on/off switch, wide spaced outlets for transformers, and the highest joule rating you can find. At least 3000 joules. Some even come with extra protection for telephone lines, network Cat-5 lines and cable TV lines too.


UPS Unit

A UPS (uninterruptible power supply) is really a must for any computer system. If you are working on something and there is the slightest power glitch, your computer could shut down. And, unless you "saved" your work, all of your work will be gone! Plus, even if you had saved it first, your work still could be damaged by the power loss itself.

A UPS unit has rechargeable batteries inside so that if the power from the wall turns off, the UPS unit will switch to battery immediately providing full power to the computer. Make sure you do not exceed 50% of the power rating. Example: If your computer has a 500 watt power supply, you would want to buy at least a 1000 watt UPS unit. It should last for around 10-30 minutes. You can always buy a bigger one than you need. It will just last longer on battery power. Example: I plugged in a 20 watt video surveillance camera to a 1000 watt UPS unit. If the power goes out, the unit can power my camera for hours!



USB Flash Drive

USB flash drives hold anywhere from 64MB to 128GB of data. They fit in your pocket. You can move files to and from your computer and other devices very quickly with this device. Some feature a retractable cap design, while others simply have a removable type cap. Some are faster than others too. They cost anywhere from about $5 up to $260 depending on features. Buy a good brand, and back up it's data on your computer often. When one of these things decide to die, there is no warning. Poof, it's gone! Also, viruses like to jump onto these drives and spread themselves from computer to computer. Virus scan your flash drives weekly! A good all around average size/type/cost would be a USB 2.0, 8GB, retractable cap design, for about $20.


USB 2.0 Cable

This is a great cable to use with your USB 2.0 flash drives. It makes access much easier!


USB 3.0 Cable

This is a great cable to use with your USB 3.0 flash drives. It makes access much easier!
USB 3.0 connectors are always BLUE in color on the inside part of the connector. The outside of the cable can be any color.



USB Hard Drive

The same hard drive, found inside of your desktop computer, is inside of this case. Plus, it has a USB 2.0 or USB 3.0 interface on it. Very handy! Very easy to use! These are great for keeping backup copies of your entire computer on them.

Lots of businesses keep this Backup Schedule Example:
Equipment Needed: (9) USB 3.0 Drives + (1) Backup Software License
Total Cost: under $1345.00

Backup Drive Copy #1, made every Monday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #2, made every Tuesday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #3, made every Wednesday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #4, made every Thursday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #5, made every Friday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #6, made every Saturday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #7, made every Sunday, kept on site.
Backup Drive Copy #8, made every Monday, kept off site, transferred by hand, to a local bank's safe deposit box.
Backup Drive Copy #9, made every Monday, kept off site, transferred over the internet, kept in a remote office.



USB Camera

This is basically just a small movie camera with a USB 2.0 interface. Most cameras also include an imbedded microphone too! Plug it into your computer for video chatting or movie making. Software will also come with the camera giving you lots of options. The model shown can be parked on top of your laptop or monitor.


USB Microphone

This is basically a small microphone with a USB 2.0 interface.


USB Headphones with Microphone

This model is a pair of headphones plus a small microphone, with a USB 2.0 interface. Great for gaming!


2-Ch Stereo Speaker System

This Speaker System has two speakers. One for the left and one for the right. These speakers are usually always self-powered.


5.1-Ch Surround Sound Speaker System

This Speaker System has six speakers: one for the left front, one for the center front, one for the right front, one for the left rear, one for the right rear, and one big one called a sub-woofer. These speakers are usually always self-powered; or, they are all powered by the sub-woofer.


Digital Drawing Tablet

For creative professionals such as photographers, designers, and illustrators or anyone who desires professional results, Large Touch Pen Tablets combine advanced pen technology with multi-touch functionality. Natural and intuitive to use, these tablets let you alternate between using multi-touch gestures to position and navigate your artwork and the pressure-sensitive pen to sketch, paint, retouch, and edit. Draw on the tablet, see it on the screen.


Laser Printer

Print Only.
A laser printer like this will handle all of your office printing needs nicely. This type of machine is robust enough to print many copies everyday. Hooked up to your network, this printer can be accessible from any computer on your network.




All-In-One Inkjet Print Center

Print / Scan / Copy / Fax Machine.
All-In-One machines like this one will handle all of your printing needs nicely. With a machine like this, you can: print on two different kinds of paper, scan documents and pictures into your computer, send and receive fax documents, and make copies just like a copy machine. All while being hooked up to your network, accessible from any computer or smartphone on your network.




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