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General Discussion on Personal Computer Hardware

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The first subject that will be discussed is central processing units (CPU) http://i.imgur.com/snfEAfP.gif
This is the appearance of a CPU, the CPU is a major part of a computer system. All data travels through the CPU before it reaches the monitor and even if a pin is bent or the object is damaged then this can cause a system malfunction. It is the intellect of the computer system of which the
majority of scheming or calculation takes place. It is possible to overclock a CPU enabling its clocking speed to heighten but there is a slim chance of obliterating it, so I do not recommend doing so.
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You mean 11/10!

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