A chipset is a piece that specifies what motherboard can and can’t do. In another word, a chipset determines, what components are compatible with the motherboard. For example, a chipset can determine how much ram can the motherboard run, which type of CPU, and what kind of graphics cards can run. Also, it determines whether the motherboard can be overclocked or not. 2.
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The microprocessor is a multipurpose, programmable device that accepts digital data as input, processes it according to instructions stored in its memory, and provides results as output. It is an example of sequential digital logic, as it has int... ... middle of paper ... ...es of memory, motherboards, CPU’s, RAM’s and a lot of other terms are all about what a system unit is. The motherboard is the main brain of the system and it is basically what everything else has to run off of or go through to run. The system unit is a very important object in computers and without this we wouldn’t have computers that would run properly. Works Cited Enterprise, Quinstreet.
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Using this path, the microprocessor can select a memory address from which to acquire or in which to store data. The CPU also queries the I/O interface and devices using the address bus to specify input and output locations. A data bus carries the actual data between the microprocessor, memories and the I/O interface. Because the data bus is bidirectional, information can be both sent and received on these lines. A control bus handles the arbitration and differentiation between data coming in and data going out of different components by transmitting read, write and other control signals.In evaluating bus architecture, our primary concern is with transfers occurring on the data bus.