What Are The Parts Of Cpu?


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Connor Sephton answered
There are three man parts of a CPU that you are going to need to know and understand and these are:

• ALU: Does logical comparisons that need to be processed
• Control Unit: Execute or store the results coming out of the ALU
• Registers: Stores the data that is to be executed next

All you need to know is that they are all place to help each other and to carry on the data successfully from one process to another. There are more details that you can go into if you want to know more about the CPU and what is does, however you are going to have to research a very detailed article to ensure that you are going to getting all of the information that you want and that is going to ensure that you understand everything that you need to either for your studies or for anything else.

You can be sure that you are going to be able to find all of the information that you are looking for when to do find these articles, however you are going to have to have to now the basics first which are going to ensure that you have the solid understanding that you need to have in order for you to go on and find further details about the CPU and what it is that it does.

All you need to remember is that it carries all of the data that needs to be processed and ensures that it is safe and can be moved from one section to another until it has been stores somewhere that it is going to be secure until you decide to move it somewhere else. The CPU is designed to ensure that there are not going to be any problems with regards to storing data and where you can ensure that it is not going to be changed or lost until you are going to need it next.
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Anonymous answered

CPU is the short name for Central Processing Unit. It is basically a circuit which is electronic in nature and is used for execution of computer programs. CPU is the heart of a computer. In fact whatever functions a computer performs is through a CPU. 

CPU's have changed and improved quiet a lot since their introduction in the 60's. Now they are much more faster, reliable and able to perform complex tasks. Following are the basic parts of a CPU:

- Input device

- Program counter

- Memory

- Input device

- Output device

- Register

-Arithematic Logic unit.

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Anonymous answered
Input device,output device ,memory,arithmetic logic unit,peripheral device,register ,program counter
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phani tangella answered
To clearly understand the inner parts of a CPU , you surely have to be thorough with basic physics.To conclude this very simply understand the points below.
1)A power supply circuit 2) A tranmitting network(cables) 3) A data processing unit 4) A storage unit 5) A output unit that gives out the info.
Power supplied from the normal 220-230 V , 50-60Hz rating , the power is received by a device called SMPS which has a primary coil to receive the input voltage and a secondary coil which converts the AC to DC and is fed to the bridge rectifier for a better DC output.This output is again fed to the different units as discussed above and the voltage will be limited at each component depending on its usage.For example a small buzzer or a bulb usually works at 5-8V and rest of the electrical signal will be attenuated by a step down transformer.Like wise for all other elements in the CPU current is disributed accordingly.
This is just one face of the coin.
Ankit Srivastava Profile
Very importantly there is a Mother Board, RAM, a Processor unit, and additionally Floppy drive, CD ROM or DVD ROM, Modem, USB Port,etc.
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EmJey Mspñs answered
There are four, the Arithmetic Logical unit, the memory, the modules and the inter-connection structures.

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