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Description: Well illustrated (high level) text describing architecture of personal computers.
Author(s): Karbo, Michael
Some Restrictions (includes GNU)
Free for personal use
- PC Architecture. Preface.
- Chapter 1. The PC, history and logic.
- Chapter 2. The Von Neumann model.
- Chapter 3. A data processor.
- Chapter 4. Intro to the motherboard.
- Chapter 5. It all starts with the CPU.
- Chapter 6. The CPU and the motherboard.
- Chapter 7. The south bridge.
- Chapter 8. Inside and around the CPU.
- Chapter 9. Moores Law.
- Chapter 10. The cache.
- Chapter 11. The L2 cache.
- Chapter 12. Data and instructions.
- Chapter 13. FPUs and multimedia.
- Chapter 14. Examples of CPUs.
- Chapter 15. The evolution of the Pentium 4.
- Chapter 16. Choosing a CPU.
- Chapter 17. The CPUs immediate surroundings.
- Chapter 18. Overclocking.
- Chapter 19. Different types of RAM.
- Chapter 20. RAM technologies.
- Chapter 21. Advice on RAM.
- Chapter 22. Chipsets and hubs.
- Chapter 23. Data for the monitor.
- Chapter 24. Intro to the I/O system.
- Chapter 25. From ISA to PCI Express.
- Chapter 26. The CPU and the motherboard.
- Chapter 27. Inside and around the CPU.
- Chapter 28. The cache.
- Chapter 29. Data and instructions.
- Chapter 30. Inside the CPU.
- Chapter 31. FPUs and multimedia.
- Chapter 32. Examples of CPUs.
- Chapter 33. Choosing a CPU.
- Chapter 34. The CPUs immediate surroundings.
- Chapter 35. Different types of RAM.
- Chapter 36. Chipsets and hubs.
- Chapter 37. Data for the monitor.
- Chapter 38. The PCs I/O system.
- Chapter 39. From ISA to PCI.
- Chapter 40. I/O buses using IRQs.
- Chapter 41. Check your adapters.
- Chapter 42. I/O and The south bridge.
- Chapter 43. SCSI, USB and Firewire.
- Chapter 44. Hard disks, ATA and SATA.
- Chapter 45. System software. A small glossary.
, personal computer
, Von Neumann
, north bridge
, south bridge
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