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E-F-G-H - What Does That Motherboard Terminology Mean?


Enhanced Integrated Device Electronics (EIDE):
The new generation EIDE (Enhanced-IDE), supports hard drives with over 50 GB of data and allows for data transfer rates that are over twice as fast as the original IDE.

Error Checking and Correction (ECC):
ECC can be accomplished through a variety of methods. The most popular method utilized by memory modules is single bit error correction, which is capable of detecting and correcting single-bit errors. It will also detect two-bit and some multiple bit errors, but is unable to correct them.

Enhanced Integrated Device Electronics (EIDE):
The standard used for most hard disks and other storage devices. Most boards can support four EIDE devices, although some can handle eight.

Enhanced Integrated Device Electronics Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks (EIDE RAID):
Many new motherboards feature an additional EIDE controller which has built-in functionality for RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) - this allows several EIDE drives to be connected together for faster performance or data security.

Form Factor:
In computing, form factor is an industry term for the size, shape and format of computer motherboards, power supplies, cases, add-in cards and so on. The ATX and BTX form factors are the most prevalent form factors today.

Front-Side Bus (FSB):
This is the speed at which the CPU communicates with the system memory, faster the better.

High Definition (HD) Audio:
Developed and released by Intel in 2004, the HD Audio (High Definition Audio) specification replaced the AC 97 specification. HD Audio based hardware can deliver up to eight sound channels at 192 kHz/32-bit quality, which is far better than AC 97. In addition, HD Audio prevents the occasional glitches or pops sometimes present in other audio solutions by using dedicated system bandwidth for critical audio functions.


 
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