BIOS
The basic settings of a computer are stored in the BIOS. Immediately after switching on the system, the connected components are tested and initialized so that the operating system can then be started.
Bluetooth
Bluetooth describes a standard for wireless data transmission by radio. While notebooks and smartphones are generally equipped with a Bluetooth module, most computers require an additional expansion card or a USB module.
CPU
The processor, also referred to as CPU (Central Processing Unit), is the central unit for processing data and executing program code.
Crossfire
Using the technology developed by AMD, you can run several graphics cards on a motherboard that supports this standard to increase the speed of compatible programs and games.
DisplayPort
The DisplayPort (short DP) is a standard for the transmission of picture and sound signals. It allows connecting a monitor to a computer or notebook. Due to the high transmission speed, screens with a very high resolution can be addressed.
DVI
The Digital Visual Interface is an interface designed to control analog and digital terminals such as, for example, monitors. With a large number of current devices, a DVI interface is still available. Due to the development of HDMI and DisplayPort interfaces, DVI is less and less used.
EC Firmware
The embedded controller, or EC, is a microcontroller that performs certain tasks on notebook computers, such as, for example, the charging control and the control of the fans.
G-Sync
NVidia G-Sync synchronizes the refresh rate of the monitor with that of the graphics card, thus preventing the so-called screen tearing.
Graphics card
The graphics card is designed for the image output of a computer and is therefore the central interface between the system and one or more monitors.
HDMI
HDMI is a widely used interface for the transmission of digital picture and sound signals. You can connect a computer or notebook to a monitor or TV via a HDMI port.