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he Central Processing Unit (also known as CPU, processor, or chip) is the brains behind any PC.
Nowadays, that tiny microchip that fits in the palm of your hand, has enough juice to rip digital video, play the hottest 3D action shooter games, and surf the Internet all at the same time and all at blazing fast speeds! And seeing as its the most important part in any system, you will find its also the most expensive.
In fact, if you are building your own PC you could wind up spending up to $300 for just the processor.
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Title: Guide To Central Processing Units .
Description: This section provides an extensive overview about the central processing unit. You'll learn what's behind the technology of microprocessors as well as benefit from the vast array of technical information that will help you understand every aspect of a computer chip's functions
No. Of Documents: 6
Last Modification: November 12, 2016
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How To Install A Central Processing Unit (CPU) In A Pentium IV Based Desktop
This document will outline the basic steps neccessary to install a CPU. You will learn why thermal grease is needed to disipate heat from within a system and how to install A CPU heatsink and CPU fan properly in a desktop computer.
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How To Troubleshoot A Bad Central Processing Unit (CPU)
This document will outline basic troubleshooting steps you can complete when you suspect your CPU fails or the system cannot boot at all or you see no video output when your computer is first powered on.
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