Which one component in a high end gaming computer is likely to draw the most poer?
There's generally two answers to this, but the single most important component is the graphics processor. The central processor is also incredibly important.
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There is always a better way of doing things It changes quite a lot which means there is room for learning new things You can never get bored of having to do the same task continously It does all the hard work for you but you still make the decesions & do the thinking There is something in store for… everyone There is always a better way of doing things It changes quite a lot which means there is room for learning new things You can never get bored of having to do the same task continously It does all the hard work for you but you still make the decesions & do the thinking There is something in store for everyone (MORE)
Humidity is harmful to electronics because electrical componentsshould not have any type of moisture near them. If they come incontact with moisture, they could stop working or experience ashort.
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Professional x64 There is no particular edition suited for gaming. Both the Home Edition and the Professional Edition offer the same features and performance in relation to games.
No. The person who put down the wild card or draw four must still pick a color, the next player must still draw four and the game must continue on as usual. Hope this helped!
Really there are only a few specific ones: Motherboard that takes the hardware CPU for the core processing Memory for relaying info Hard drive to store the info Video chip or card to display the video output optional: Sound chip/card for sound output
minecraft, world of warcraft, league of legends and half-life 2 aresome of the most popular games.
At high humidity you can get condensation which can short circuit things and corrode components.
People are NOT considered the most important part in a computer system. People are actually the least important and tend to cause the most problems in computer systems, by accessing parts of the Internet that causes the computers to be compromised, by inserting USB Drives unknowing infecting them wi…th viruses, and messing with the system files causing system crashes and loss of data. (MORE)
The CPU or microprocessor made modern computers possible. They now contain 10 to 20 million transistors on the size of a thumbnail and underpin virtually every aspect of modern life
In no way you need to worry about, because it wont be for thousands if not millions of years. Answer No one really knows when or how the world will end. With that in mind, you need to make the most of every day that you have on this earth. Be the best you can be, don't treat others badly, take not…hing for granted, plan your life such as education, financial planning, etc. the best that you can and that's really all that you can do. In other words, do your best every day to be the best that you can be. Outside of that, everything is out of your control. (MORE)
CPU- is the critical component in a digital computer that processes data by executing instructions that are contained in computer programs. Source: Intro to CIS by Steinberg
Generally after a hard drive with enough space to hold your files you need a good amount of RAM. RAM is basically what makes the computer faster, and the types of RAM chips vary from 32 Pin SIMM, 72 Pin SIMM, 168 Pin DIMM, DDR 2 and 3, and all sorts of others.
clock. normally made of a material with a crystalline structure such as quartz. . Nope, the clock only provides timing. Also there have been several computers designed that have no clock at all; these are called "asynchronous computers" in these computers each unit has additional circuitry that… determines when it has completed its function and generates a done pulse which is sent to the next unit to tell it to start. It is the Instruction Decoder and Sequencer part of the Control unit that directs and coordinates all the operations in a computer. (synchronous or asynchronous) (MORE)
The central processing unit, or CPU. But to be useful you also need working memory (RAM), mass storage devices and at least one output device. Input devices are optional in the case of servers.
well if you are reffering to the amount of ram the game itself requires you may not be able to play the game depending on how much ram your computer has, Ram is Random-access memory (usually known by its acronym, RAM ) is a form of computer data storage. Today, it takes the form of integrated cir…cuits that allow stored data to be accessed in any order (i.e., at random ). The word random thus refers to the fact that any piece of data can be returned in a constant time, regardless of its physical location and whether or not it is related to the previous piece of data. (MORE)
For large scaled ones iÂ´d say fast processing of queries and retreival of information. In general IÂ´d say understandable and usable interface too.
cpus use up to 140 watts now a days but the graphics card will require a lot as well http://educations.newegg.com/tool/psucalc/index.html http://www.antec.outervision.com/PSUEngine
Well, this could be interesting: 1. Central Processing Unit: Without it nothing would do anything. 2. Motherboard: That is what connects the CPU to other components. 3. Memory: You have some type of volatile medium to temporary store data that is being manipulated. 4. Basic Input Output System (BIOS…): As the name implies, it handles the basic interface between the input (keyboard, mouse, etc) and output (video, audio, storage, etc) systems. 5. Human Input Device(s): Way in which to communicate to the CPU what you want to do. 6. Nonvolatile storage: Medium such as EPROM, ROM, hard drive, etc to store your operating system. 7. Operating system: In addition to sending and receiving data to the CPU, the operating system also controls the interface operations of all the components in the system. 8. Monitor: This is the medium normally utilized for seeing the data you are putting in and then the responses from the CPU. 9. Power supply: All these components have to get power from somewhere in order to operate. 10. Video processor: This translates data from the processor into something you can see on the screen. (MORE)
Well that's a fairly open question but for paid games its world ofwarcraft or sims. The most used game is the one installed on almost every copy ofMicrosoft Windows: Freecell.
The CPU is arguably the most complicated component inside of a computer, with modern processors having over 2 billion transistors stuffed into the space of an over-sized postage stamp, although some video cards are also approaching that level of complexity as well.
Cheap computers are able to do somethings but not very well or for very long. If you want to play high end games then that is only really possible on a high end computer.
I think there's a game on there called Avatar U. At least, there was last time I checked, but so was Avatar Prom, so I'm not sure. Avatar U is really fun! You get to be a girl/boy at a College University and make them go to classes, fall in love, ect. There's also Avatar High, and I find that the mo…st fun, if it's still on the site...oh, and The Hook Up is REALLY fun! The website took it off, but I'm sure you can still find it. (MORE)
Type your answer here... a computer system is one composed of hardware and software programes
Yes it's called farmville, as long as you don't mind the fact that it pretty much sucks.
As far as I know the graphics card is the most expensive part of the computer. After that is the processor
It really depends upon your gaming style and the type of games you will be playing. If you're a hardcore gamer who likes to play games like COD, NFS, or anything similar, a 4GB RAM is good enough to have a lag-free gaming experience. Cheers.
Can you, Yes, Would I suggest it, No. A server motherboard often sounds attractive because they can hold multiple CPUs, but they are often slow because they need to double check everything and make sure no data is lost.
The central processing unit provides power to the components and peripherals by sending instructions that are measured in Hertz (cycles per second), Megahertz (million cycles per second), and Gigahertz (billion cycles per second). The CPU is the most powerful hard drive in the system.
Graphics card. For certain. Depending on your graphics card, it can draw up to 250watts, or even more if it's overclocked. After that, processor will take up to around 125-140, in a high end system
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What could most likely be overheating your computer your fans are ok so is your heat sinks and there is no dust in the components?
not enough air flow. if your sure the heat sinks are okay, then you need more air circulating through your computer to keep it cool.
A good computer should have more Pings, which reduces lag and keeps your computer having a good frame rate. A good computer to buy are alienware computers, which are mainly for online gamers.
Usually the graphic cards will draw the most power when in use. Peek usage will cause them to really amp up their draw and when they are idle (as in just doing a basic desktop) they tend to draw much less power. A large number of hard drives can cause a significant draw during boot up but not alw…ays during running. Some systems support a staggered spin-up for the drives to prevent the power supply from choking. (MORE)
They find that computers are their favorite hobby that they think is fun and mentally addictive in usage.
There are many options for computers these days. There are basic computers and there are gaming computers. One company that is well know is DELL. They have additional options that can be added on to their computers that will increase the functionability of their computer to make it more compatible f…or gaming. (MORE)
A chess game may end with a drawn result from six possible scenarios. Insufficient Material. The following combinations can never deliver checkmate (assuming no pawns) against a lone King: 1) lone King, 2) King and one Knight, 3) King and one Bishop. A player must claim the draw, otherwise play c…ontinues (either player may still lose on time). Draw by Repetition. If the same position occurs 3 times (not necessarily on consecutive moves) with the same player to move, either player may point this out and claim a draw. If neither player claims the draw, play continues (either player may still lose on time). Stalemate. If a player has no legal moves on his/her turn, but is not in check, the game is over and the result is a draw. Fifty-Move Rule. If either player makes 50 consecutive moves without moving a pawn or making a capture (irreversible moves), either player may claim a draw. If neither player claims the draw, play continues (either player may still lose on time). Draw by Agreement. Players may offer a draw at any time during a game, but preferably immediately after making a move. If the opponent wants to accept the draw offer, he/she must do so before making a move, otherwise the draw offer expires. Draw offers may be repeated. Both Flags Down. If neither player has time left on the clock, either player may claim a draw (unless one of the players has already been checkmated or resigned). If neither player notices, the TD may point out the draw so that the next round does not start late. (MORE)
Is The microprocessor the most important component of a computer and usually the most expensive single component?
Yes the CPU (aka microprocessor or Central Processing Unit) is the most important, but it is not necessarily the most expensive.
If you use the larger side of the push pin, you are spreading the force out, therefore making the pressure lower. However, if you use the smaller part of the push pin, the force is concentrated on one spot, making the pressure much, much higher, because if a you apply force on a smaller surface area…, you get a larger pressure. (MORE)
There is no official statistic, but South Korea appears to be the country with the most amount of PC gaming due to the large cultural hype about eSports and the abundance of internet cafes.
Graphic Card , Ram are the important most importing for gaming and web surfing :)
Instructions are usually included with ones purchase of a computer drawing pad. If they are missing or if one happens to lose them one can find instructions for the type of drawing pad they purchased on sites such as Wiki How, Hanvon, Empty Easel and the manufacturers home site.
One can purchase computer drawing tablets for digital drawing through several different online websites. Some of these include: Dell, TigerDirect, and Amazon.
You can build a gaming computer by doing a lot of research for the amount of memory you would need for the kinds of games you intend to play. You also need a hard drive and a fan that is compatible these components so that your computer does not over heat. Purchase the necessary parts required from …the eBay or any other retailers and begin the assembling process. (MORE)
The local center of the solar system (our Sun) will deplete itshydrogen source and become a red giant, about 5 BILLION YEARS fromnow. Plenty of time to pack your gear, unless war-like Earth tribeslet their emotions get out of control. Then, it could be soonerthan expected. Of course if your "percei…ved beloved" breaks your heart, it couldbe much sooner than even that. No one really knows for sure. (MORE)
It's not. All the motherboard is is a collection of buses, circuits, and sockets that connect all the different pieces of hardware together so they can operate and communicate.
All electronic components are volatile but the most volatilecomponents are: 1. Floppy Disk 2. NIC 3. Graphics Card 4. HDD 5. CD Drive 6. SMPS 7. RAM 8. Flash Memory
Your GPU normally produces the most heat in a computer. The GPUstands for Graphic Processing Unit. It is responsible fordesktop/monitor display/quality among other things.
Not really, the vast majority of computers ever built had only oneCPU (i.e. core) and thus functioned perfectly well without amulticore processor.