Question about Computers & Internet
This sounds like a "homework" question for an Introduction to Computer Hardware class.
First, there is a socket for the Intel Pentium 4 ('P4') CPU chip.
Second, there are sockets for RAM.
Third, there are sockets for power from the power-supply.
Fourth, there are power-leads, to send power to the various fans.
Fifth, there are internal connectors (speaker, on/off button, reset button, front-panel lamps).
Sixth, there are external connectors (keyboard, mouse, serial port, parallel port, USB port, FireWire port)
Seventh, there are external sockets (microphone input, line input, line output) for speakers & microphone.
Eighth, there are sockets for the video-adapter, and for other optional add-in cards (TV card).
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