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The CPU, or Central Processing Unit performs the calculations and logic functions of the computer. CPU's only perform the most basic of functions, such as adding the conte…nts of a memory location to the contents of a CPU "register", or comparing the contents of one register to the contents of another register and "jump" on a specified condition such as "equal to", "greater than" or "less than". CPU's are also able to initiate transfer of large blocks of data, read or write data to/from peripheral devices, and in general, watch over system functions. Of course, this is an oversimplification of the power and function of the CPU, but it gives you an idea of what is going on. CPU's have the capacity to perform many low level functions that are enhanced when added together into an application. If done correctly, the entire process is transparent to the user and all you see is a well designed application. The heatsink and the cpu needs a fan to cool them off
CPU (central processing unit) the central unit in a computer containing the logic circuitry that performs the instructions of a computer's programs. The CPU performs arithmeti…cal, logical operations on data held in the computer memory - the RAM. The RAM is seen as a vector that contains instructions and data provided by the computer programmer. The CPU relies on an "Operating system" such as Windows or MacOS for input and output of data, interaction with the user or storing information on the disk. Most of the CPUs made today are produced by Intel or AMD, and all of these use the same "instruction set" - or how the instructions are coded to the CPU. There are controversy about these CPU's first of all in the way that they "see" and address the memory, that is highly inefficient. CPU stands for the Central Processing Unit of a computer system. The CPU can deal with many millions of calculations per second. Bytes of data travel about the computer on electronic pathways, known as buses. Data from the CPU travels along these buses to other parts of the computer, telling them what to do. How quickly the CPU can deal with calculations is decided by the number of bytes that it can process at once (its bandwidth), and the number of instructions it can deal with during one second. The "clock speed" is like a metronome that determines the beat, and the instruction type will determine how many "clock cycles" are needed per instruction. Like incrementing a number held in a register to the CPU is much faster than incrementing a variable held in memory. The instructions are provided by programmers, that has coded in a formal computer language all the instructions. It will need an operating system to load instructions and show results - allow us to use the computer. You will find CPU in microprocessors used in digital watches, cameras, and cell phones that are just the same as those for "server systems" and "mainframes" for databases and websites. However faster and larger computers may have many CPU that even share the same memory, and is programmed to work together. When CPUs share the same memory, special precautions must be made to avoid interfering with one another. This requires that the cache memory held close to the CPU to improve speed, is either shared (e.g. "dual core") - or needs to be synchronised ("Scalable Coherent Interface") and brings on a new level of complexity. Or to put it really simply; the CPU is like the human brain, performing all of the calculations required to complete a program.
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The term "Hog" is commonly used affectionately when referring to a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Harley Davidson registered the term as a trademark. The term basically mea…ns a large motorcycle.
its a necklace which has a thread put through a hole drilled in round taken from a 7.62*51mm NATO cartridge (standard round for most us marine sniper rifles) (commercially a .…308 winchester). its presented to us marines snipers on graduation from scout sniper school, thus becoming a HOG (hunter of gunmen). the philosophy is that there is a round meant for you and the hogs tooth represents that round and by wearing that necklace, the sniper assures himself that he has control over the round that is meant for him. the necklace (hogs tooth) actually represents the round which is in the chamber of the enemy's gun zeroing in at the sniper and right before the enemy could fire, the sniper fires and takes the enemy out. after that, if possible (given the battle scenario), the sniper would go down range, get hold of that enemy's rifle and eject that round which the enemy was about to fire, and then keep that round as a symbol that he has control over the round which is meant for him. (probably the round that has been recovered from the enemy's rifle is HOG's TOOTH in true sense of the phrase). i hope i have been to put it as clearly as i know it.
A computer contains memory, input devices, output devices and a CPU , or Central Processing Unit. The CPU is the bit that executes the program. The program is a set of instr…uctions written by a human. The CPU reads, interprets and carries out those instructions. It is truly the heart of the computer. The components of a computer system can be combined and permuted almost without limit. There is really just one limit; if the CPU is removed then it's not a computer anymore. Without the CPU there is nothing to send to the printer, nothing to read what is being typed on the keyboard, nothing to carry out the instructions in the program or even to know what the instructions were. What is in a CPU is quite easy to list, but would need a book to explain properly. A CPU contains a read only memory (ROM) containing some instructions for initial switch-onan address bus, which specifies a memory location to be read from or written toa main data bus, which carries data to or from memory.an instruction register, containing the instruction now being executedan address register containing the memory address wanted nextan instruction counter, keeping track of where the next instruction will be foundan arithmetic and logic unit (ALU) which does arithmetic and logical functionsan instruction decoder, which, working in conjunction with the microprogram unit containing another ROM, sorts out what is done when and by which unit.various units moving data to and from the outside world via an input/output busa clock and a clock-phase generator which ensures that different units work in sync.
A CPU is basically a brain CPU stands for C entral P rocessing U nit Every thing is processed at this thing or chip
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it is central processing unit of the computer.
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A hog is another name for pig so it is pork.
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It stands for Central Processing Unit, as is where all the calculations are carried out.
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it stands for the central processing unit and it is basically the brain of the computer, every bit of data has to go through it, this is what determines your multitasking info…, max graphic capabilities and so on.
Central processing unit (CPU)