Today we are going to talk about the motherboard of a computer. The motherboard is undoubtedly the basic element to create a computer, it will install the other components such as the CPU or RAM memory for the machine to be able to boot and work. Let’s see then in detail what a motherboard is and how it works.
In the motherboard will be connected all or almost all the components that are part of the computer, it will also be responsible for establishing a communication bus between these components (CPU, RAM, graphics card) and the peripherals installed on it (mouse, keyboard, screen, etc).
Its physical appearance is that of an electronic circuit of certain dimensions in which are installed a series of elements such as chips, capacitors, component connectors and power lines that together form the structure of a computer.
It is the largest form factor available on the market. Its dimensions are 305 x 330 mm. These boards usually have plenty of slots for expansion cards and many possibilities for the installation of graphics cards in SLI or Crossfire.
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Traditionally, States have granted certain privileges and immunities to diplomatic representatives of other countries, in order to enable them to carry out their missions as effectively as possible.
1. Diplomatic Missions and Consular Posts based in the capital of the receiving State. Vehicles registered in the name of these entities shall bear the CD or CC markings and shall be dedicated exclusively to official service.
3. Diplomatic agents, career consular officials of foreign nationality and officials of International Organizations with diplomatic status. Their vehicles shall bear, respectively, the CD, CC or OI badges.
4. The technical-administrative personnel of the Diplomatic Missions and International Organizations as well as the consular employees of the Consular Posts. The vehicles shall bear the TA badge.
The circulation permits corresponding to these license plates are issued by the Provincial Traffic Headquarters of the capital of the State at the request of the General Directorate of Protocol, Chancellery and Orders of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
What do the t and f on license plates stand for?
All federal license plates are marked with a letter prefix to indicate the agency to which the vehicle is assigned, for example “C” (Department of Commerce), “DHS” (Department of Homeland Security), “LB” (Legislative Branch) and “VA” (Department of Veterans Affairs). Most license plates are G-series plates assigned by the General Services Administration, which include a numeric code following the “G” prefix to indicate the type of vehicle. For example, “G10” is a compact sedan, “G31” is an ambulance, “G71” is a medium truck, cab and chassis, and “G90” is a special equipment.
How to know where the plates of a vehicle are from
In some cases, when you try to create a warped plate, the plate geometry crosses itself, which means that the start and end points of the top and bottom construction object are opposite each other. In these cases, the plate is not created.
Use the Warped Plate properties in the properties panel to view and modify the properties of a steel warped plate. To open the properties, double-click the steel warped plate. The file name extension of a steel warped plate properties file is *.lpl.