Inside A Computer

And How It Works

Motherboard

A computer motherboard is one of the most crucial component of a computer. A motherboard is the mother to the all the other parts. In other words, everything in a computer connects to the motherboard. A motherboard is the primary circuit board in a computer.


The average motherboard would cost you £129.99

What is a Motherboard as Fast As Possible
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A CPU

A CPU is an internal component. The new CPU is a small and square that contains multiple metallic connectors or pins on the underside.


This would cost you £49.99

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A Computer Cooler

Computer power supplies power all the necessary components of the computer. The computer power supplies, commonly known as PSUs, come in various types and power levels, though most have the same general components.


This would cost you £50.99

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Computer Power Supplie

This powers all the necessary components of the computer. The computer power supplies, commonly known as PSYs, come in various types and power levels, though most have the same general components.


This would cost you £50.99

Speakers

Speakers are a box that you can plug into the computer and it will play music through them while you do something else on the computer.
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Graphics Card

A graphics card is a card that improves your graphics on your computer so you can see better with more detail.


This would cost you £115.99

Alan Turing

Facts about Alan Turing

Born: June 23, 1912,

Died: June 7, 1954,

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what he made

Hi made the inigma machine which helped Britain win the war by looking at the German codes.

The Turing test is a test of a machine's ability to exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to, or indistinguishable from, that of a human.

Which helped Britain win WW2 by cracking the Nazi code.

What is the Turing Test?

Tim Berners-Lee


He was born June 8, 1955 (age 59).

He made the world wide web in 1989.

He was working in a physics laboratory called the CERN.

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Tim Berners-Lee: The next Web of open, linked data