ITE Chapter 3 Exam Answer v6.0 2016

ITE Chapter 3 Exam Answer v6.0 2016

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  1. When a computer is being assembled, which action can be taken to help eliminate cable clutter within a computer case?

    • Install a CPU without using a heat sink and fan assembly.
    • Install a 2.5in HDD instead of a 3.5in HDD.
    • Install a modular power supply.
    • Install a motherboard without using standoffs in the case.
  2. What is the best way to apply thermal compound when reseating a CPU?

    • Clean the CPU and the base of the heat sink with isopropyl alcohol before applying the thermal compound.
    • Use rubbing alcohol to clean the base of the heat sink before applying thermal compound.
    • Scrape off the old thermal compound on the heat sink with a sharp knife and apply the thermal compound liberally.
    • Put a thick layer of thermal compound over the existing thermal compound before reseating the CPU.
    • Change the base of the heat sink before applying the thermal compound.
  3. A technician is installing additional memory in a computer. How can the technician guarantee that the memory is correctly aligned?

    • The label on the memory module should always face the CPU.
    • A notch in the memory module should be aligned with a notch in the memory slot.
    • The arrows on the memory module should be aligned with the arrows on the motherboard slot.
    • Memory slots are color coded, with one end red and one end blue.
  4. What is used to prevent the motherboard from touching metal portions of the computer case?

    • an I/O shield
    • thermal compound
    • standoffs
    • ZIF sockets
  5. Which statement describes the purpose of an I/O connector plate?

    • It makes the I/O ports of the motherboard available for connection in a variety of computer cases.
    • It plugs into the motherboard and expands the number of available slots for adapter cards.
    • It provides multiple connections for SATA hard drives to connect to the motherboard.
    • It connects the PCIe adapter slots used for video directly to the CPU for faster processing.
  6. What are three important considerations when installing a CPU on a motherboard? (Choose three.)

    • Antistatic precautions are taken.
    • The CPU is correctly aligned and placed in the socket.
    • The CPU contacts are first cleaned with isopropyl alcohol.
    • The CPU heat sink and fan assembly are correctly installed.
    • The CMOS EPROM battery is removed prior to installing the CPU.
    • Maximum insertion force is applied to the load lever so the CPU is locked in place.
  7. Which type of drive is typically installed in a 5.25 inch (13.34 cm) bay?

    • hard drive
    • optical drive
    • flash drive
    • SSD
  8. Which type of motherboard expansion slot has four types ranging from x1 to x16 with each type having a different length of expansion slot?

    • PCIe
    • AGP
    • SATA
    • PCI
  9. A technician is installing a new high-end video adapter card into an expansion slot on a motherboard. What may be needed to operate this video adapter card?

    • PCI expansion slot
    • PCIe x 8 expansion slot
    • Two 8-pin power connectors
    • 24-pin ATX power connector
  10. When assembling a PC, how is pin 1 identified on the front panel cables so that it can be aligned properly with pin 1 on the motherboard panel connector?

    • by a small arrow or notch
    • by a plus sign
    • by a P1
    • by a red cable
  11. A technician has just finished assembling a new computer. When the computer is powered up for the first time, the POST discovers a problem. How does the POST indicate the error?

    • It issues a number of short beeps.
    • The LED on the front of the computer case flashes a number of times.
    • It places an error message in the BIOS.
    • It locks the keyboard.
  12. What is a function of the BIOS?

    • enables a computer to connect to a network
    • provides temporary data storage for the CPU
    • performs a check on all internal components
    • provides graphic capabilities for games and applications
  13. A technician has assembled a new computer and must now configure the BIOS. At which point must a key be pressed to start the BIOS setup program?

    • before the computer is powered on
    • during the Windows load process
    • during the POST
    • after the POST, but before Windows starts to load
  14. What data is stored in the CMOS memory chip?

    • BIOS settings
    • Windows configuration settings
    • user login information
    • device drivers
  15. What is the purpose of LoJack?

    • It allows the owner of a device to remotely locate, lock, or delete all files from the device.
    • It ensures that a computer will only boot an operating system that is trusted by the motherboard manufacturer.
    • It provides passwords for different levels of access to the BIOS.
    • It encrypts data on hard drives to prevent access without the correct password.
  16. Which is a BIOS security feature that can prevent data from being read from a hard drive even if the hard drive is moved to another computer?

    • drive encryption
    • RAID
    • secure boot
    • BIOS passwords
  17. What is one purpose of adjusting the clock speed within the BIOS configuration settings?

    • to allow a computer to run multiple operating systems in files or partitions
    • to change the order of the bootable partitions
    • to disable devices that are not needed or used by the computer
    • to allow the computer to run slower and cooler
  18. A technician is assembling a new computer. Which two components are often easier to install before mounting the motherboard in the case? (Choose two.)

    • CPU
    • memory
    • NIC
    • sound card
    • video card
  19. Which two components are commonly replaced when a computer system with a newer motherboard is being upgraded? (Choose two.)

    • RAM
    • hard disk drive
    • CPU
    • optical drive
    • CMOS battery
    • adapter card
  20. A user reports that every morning when a particular computer is turned on, the configuration settings on that computer have to be reset. What action should be taken to remedy this situation?

    • Replace the motherboard.
    • Replace the CMOS battery.
    • Move the jumpers,
    • Upgrade the BIOS.
  21. What are two reasons for installing a second hard disk drive inside an existing computer? (Choose two.)

    • to support a RAID array
    • to store BIOS configuration settings
    • to store the system swap file
    • to increase CPU speed
    • to allow access to a secondary display output
  22. When should a technician use unsigned drivers for newly installed computer hardware?

    • if the unsigned driver is the most current driver available
    • if the original installation media is not available
    • if the source of the drivers is trusted by the technician
    • if the Windows installation media does not contain a valid signed driver
  23. What computer component is often required to allow a single computer to use two monitors simultaneously?

    • an extra power supply
    • a second video adapter card
    • an extra USB connection
    • a KVM switch
  24. A technician notices that half of the memory slots on a motherboard are colored differently from the other half. Which technology is probably implemented on this system?

    • virtualization
    • ECC
    • dual channeling
    • double-sided

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