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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input out put memory
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 Steinber…g
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 th…e case of servers.
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.co…m/PSUEngine
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 posta…ge stamp, although some video cards are also approaching that level of complexity as well.
Multiple graphic cards, with the CPU close behind.
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.
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Type your answer here... a computer system is one composed of hardware and software programes
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 125-1…40, in a high end system
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 always during running. Some systems support a staggered spin-up for the drives to prevent the power supply from choking.