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How does the CPU do all of these things at the same time?
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What is a CPU required in a computer and what are its function?
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What are the two major problems occurs while overclocking a system?
Stability vs. Speed vs. Thermal. The faster you OC a CPU or GPU, the more power it requires to drive the CPU itself. The more power a CPU draws, the hotter it gets. The lower you undervolt a CPU, you're making the CPU work the same or more for less power consumption. This will keep things cool, but it could render the CPU unstable to the point that your computer may freeze, halt, or not start up at all.
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What is the different betweeb cooperative and preemptive?
Preemptive Multitasking basically involves the operating system sharing CPU time among many processes. An executing process is terminated when its time slice finished and the the CPU control is given to the next process. All processes get CPU time. In Cooperative Multitasking, however, one process can hold the CPU for as long as it needs it. For the cooperative to work, all programmes must cooperate, hence the name.
What is the function of an graphics card?
graphics cards are made to unload some of the work of the CPU so that it can do more at the same time. The graphics cards has a special CPU on it that is made specifically for processing graphics. this allows more intense programs to run without the studdering you get when the main CPU cant handle all the information being thrown at it
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What is the role of the CPU within computer?
The CPU is the 'brain' of the computer. It is where all the searching, sorting, calculating and decision making takes place. The CPU contains a tiny quartz clock. Each time this clock 'ticks', one instruction can be dealt with by the CPU. So the more times this clock ticks per second, the more instructions the CPU can carry out and the faster things get done. The speed of the CPU is measured in either Megaherts (MHz) or more commonly now in Gigahertz (GHz). A 1 MHz CPU can carry out one million instructions per second. A 1 GHz CPU can carry out 1 billion instructions per second! A typical CPU installed in a computer today would run at around 3 GHz.