By Aadil Diwan
What is a CPU?
Sometimes referred to simply as the central processor, but more commonly called processor, the CPU is the brains of the computer where most calculations take place.
More about CPU
The CPU is responsible for executing a sequence of stored instructions called a program. This program will take inputs from an input device, process the input in some way and output the results to an output device.
How does a CPU works?
The Central Processing Unit, or CPU, is the brain of a computer. Without this vital component, the computer wouldn’t be able perform any of the functions related to moving and processing data. With each new processor release from manufacturers (primarily AMD and Intel,) CPU become faster and more powerful. Speed and reliability is the name of the game when consumers compare CPU chips in new PCs. For some, the brand of CPU is a major selling point when buying a new computer. For others, raw speed is more important. The faster and more powerful the CPU, the faster the overall system speed.
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