Foxconn K8M890M01 Schematic Circuit Diagram

Foxconn K8M890M01 Schematic Circuit Diagram

Foxconn K8M890M01 Motherboard

Hardware-Assisted Virtualization Support

Virtualization, or the capacity to run multiple operating systems on a single computer, was first created for IBM mainframe computers in 1965. It has been accessible on PCs for more than a decade. A single computer can be used for multiple tasks, support legacy applications that no longer run on current operating systems, and provide technical support for a wide range of operating systems, utilities, applications, and web browser versions from a single system by running multiple operating systems and applications on a single computer. There are two types of virtualization.

  • Hypervisor/client 
  • Host/guest

A virtual machine manager (VMM) is used to construct and maintain a virtual machine (VM), which is a section of RAM and hard disk space set aside for use by an operating system and its applications in either kind of virtualization. Once a VM has been built and launched, the user can install an operating system supported by the VMM, as well as any tools meant to improve the operating system's performance within the VM and use it as if it were the sole operating system running on the hardware. A VM's disk space is normally dynamic, extending from a small capacity to a pre-set limit only as needed, and the RAM allocated to a VM is freed up when the VM is closed.

The VMM operates directly on the hardware in hypervisor/client virtualization, allowing VMs to go through fewer levels of emulation for quicker performance than in host/guest virtualization. This sort of virtualization is also known as Type 1 virtualization or bare-metal virtualization. Microsoft Hyper-V and other server-class virtualizers perform this sort of virtualization.

Foxconn K8M890M01 Schematic Circuit Diagram

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