central processing units
and this demo, we will examine the topic of central processing units or CPI use.
Specifically, we will examine Si, pues and some of their characteristics,
how to install a sea view and a desktop computer
and how to check and verify and installed. Cebu,
The central processing unit, or CPU, can be thought of as the brains of the computer.
CIB use air, also called microprocessors, and are capable of handling billions of numerical calculations per second.
The two main manufacturers for Si pues are until and a m D.
Therefore, you will most likely be dealing with their Si pues.
However, you will find that there are many types and characteristics for the CP use that you must carefully consider when selecting, purchasing or installing a CPU.
For example, see views can have
Varied numbers, of course,
different cash sizes and types,
32 bit or 64 bit architecture,
support for virtual ization
and an integrated graphics processing unit.
The Variety and CP use has led to a variety of socket types.
The sake will be part of the motherboard and provides connections for the CPU to the rest of the computer and associated hardware.
Consequently, it is critical that you consult the manual for your motherboard to see which sI, pues and other components are compatible.
Next, we will look at some of these aspects while learning how to install a CPU.
We will look at how to install a CPU in a desktop PC motherboard.
If we examine the motherboard, there are a couple of important features to note before we get started.
First, let's look at the CPU socket.
We will be inserting the CPU into the socket
again. There are several types of CPU sockets.
You should consult the user's manual for the motherboard to make sure that you have the correct motherboard and Cebu combination.
Note the pinholes in the socket.
You must take extreme care to properly aligned the CPU when installing and ensure that the pins air properly inserted.
Some seaview pins can be very small and easily bent or damaged.
When handling the processor, extreme care should be taken to prevent dropping the CPU or bumping the pins against a surface.
I also know there are some CPU designs that use smooth context and eliminate pins.
Nonetheless, the majority will have exposed pins
when determining the proper alignment for the CPU, examine the pins and look from workings.
As indicated here, there are pins missing at two of the corners to help insure alignment.
Often there will also be a triangular marking or dot on the socket that aligns with a triangular marking or dot on the CPU.
Also, take note of the attachment points on the side of the socket.
The CPU cooler will have an attachment bracket designed to latch onto these points.
Depending on the socket type and the CPU cooler design, the attachment mechanism can vary.
Thus, it is important to again consult the user's manual for the motherboard and also for the CPU.
Last, take note of the lever or latched on the side of the CPU socket.
This lever swings up and down.
When it is positioned up vertically oriented, the CPU can be safely inserted
once the seaview is inserted, the lever arm can be brought down into the horizontal position,
locking the CPU into the socket.
Lastly, once the CPU is inserted on locked into place and the CPU cooler is installed,
the seaview cooler will need to be powered.
This is typically done through power connections provided on the motherboard
days air usually located somewhere near the sea view socket.
However, you may need to consult a motherboard manual to help locate the connection
for a president installation effort. The pins are located next to the CPU socket, as indicated by the circles.
Next, let's take a look at the Seaview Seaview cooler and some of the tools that will help us get the job done.
First, let's take a look at the CPU we're installing
here. You can see both top and bottom view of the CPU.
Note the many pins on the bottom
of particular importance are the missing pins and the markings on the CPU.
In this case, no the triangular markings.
If you recall the pinhole pattern on the socket,
the CPU pins will only fit in the socket for one particular orientation of the CPU.
In this case, as seen from the top view, the triangle will go in the lower right hand corner.
Thus, the CP orientation shown in the top U is compatible with the orientation of the socket shown on the left.
When handling the CPU, you should be sure to use an anti static breeze it and make sure the pins and the heat conducting surface are clean
to assist. When handling the CPU, you can use a CPU extraction tool like the one shown.
It is particularly useful when trying to remove the CPU or when access to the CPU. A socket is restricted by the computer case or other hardware components.
We need to install a sea view cooler.
We will install the seaview cooler shown in the picture.
No, the power connector that is attached to the seaview cooler.
This will be connected to the pins that we had previously identified on the motherboard.
Before mounting the seaview cooler on the CPU, we will need to apply thermal based on the contact points between the sea view on the CPU cooler.
Now that we have a basic idea of the tools and components were working with,
let's step through installing the CPU
before mounting the CPU cooler on the CPU. We need to apply thermal paste on the contact points between the CPU and the CPU cooler.
Now that we have a basic idea of the tools and components were working with, let's step through installing the CPU
first confirmed that the seaview is properly oriented and carefully lower the seaview towards the socket.
Note that the lever for locking the CPU in place should be in the vertical position.
Lower the CPU online ing the pins in the socket. Inserting the pins into the socket should take little or no force.
If the pins do not align, stop
check the orientation. Reposition and try again.
Do not attempt to force the CPU pins into the socket.
Once the processor is inserted into the socket, it should appear as shown.
Next, we will lower the lever arm and locked the CPU in the socket.
When the lover is lowered,
it will lock or click into place
shown in the diagram.
Before installing the CPU cooler,
we apply the thermal paste
for this CPU and CPU cooler. The contact point is the top portion indicated.
Carefully squeeze a small amount of paste onto this surface,
as shown only a small amount is needed.
We will be spreading the material out to provide a thin, even Cody.
Carefully spread the thermal paste. Be sure to cover all contact surfaces.
Note. When the seaview cooler is put in place,
it will apply additional pressure to the paste,
possibly causing it to spread out further.
If you apply too much paste or it is unevenly spread, it can squeeze out from the sides or worse
results in inadequate coverage where you need it.
Last, we will install the CPU cooler.
First, carefully positioned the CPU cooler, such that the brackets on the sides will match up with the attachment locations on the CPU socket.
Note. The bracket and attachment locations air on two sides, one opposite of the other.
Also, the side of the bracket shown hasn't not to assist when locking the bracket in place
for some Cebu coolers, a liver arm is provided.
Lower the CBO cooler until it contacts the thermal paste and the top of the CPU.
Take care to make sure the back side of the bracket hooks onto the attachment point. As shown
note, the backside does not have a catch. Like the other side.
We will use the catch on the other side of the bracket for leverage when locking everything in place.
The seaview cooler showed up your *** show
using a flathead screwdriver or other tools.
The catch can be used to help apply downward pressure toe lock the bracket in place.
Once locked in place, the CPU cooler should appear as shown
last. We will need to connect the power connector for the Seaview cooling fan to the power connection pins on the motherboard.
Once connected, the power connection will look like the one shown
you have now installed the CPU.
Now it is time to verify that an installed CPU is detected by the operating system and run some additional tests.
We will look at how to verify and installed CPU using Window seven.
We will first use the device manager in Window seven to make sure that the CPI was detected.
Following this, we will run additional tests on the CPU using the until processor diagnostic tool
to access Windows Device Manager, Go to the start menu and open the control panel as shown
in the control panel. So, like the hardware and sounds settings shown,
select device manager as show and you will be greeted with the following window.
Expand the processors option and you will see the following items.
In this case, there is an Intel core I seven processor.
It is a quad core architecture. Therefore, four processors are registered by the operating system.
If you select one of the processors, you can see additional information.
As you can see, a pop appears and displays additional information for the device
of particular importance. It tells us the device is working properly.
Next, we will learn how to go a step further and run additional tests and diagnostics on the processor.
The manufacturer of a processor may provide additional utilities for testing and verifying processor performance.
Here we will take a look at using the Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool to test the installed processor.
Again, we will be running the tool using the Window seven operating system. The tool can be obtained from Intel at the Earle, provided
once installed on icon may be added to the desktop.
If it is present, you may click the icon to start the assessment.
If the icon is not present, you can access the program through the start menu,
click on the window, start media
and then click on all programs as shown.
Browse through the program's menu for the folder labeled Intel Corporation.
Expand the folder and the executed will file for the program is titled until Processor Diagnostic Tool,
Click on the execute a ble on the file tests will begin.
When the test began. You will see the screen similar to the one shown
during the test process. There will be several pop ups and the display will change several times.
The test is fully automated, so you do not need to do anything until it completes.
If all goes well, you will be greeted with the screen shown.
We have successfully tested and verified and installed CPU.
This completes our examination of central processing units.