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Parts of the Motherboard • CPU • Memory • Sound card • Graphic cards • Expansion slots
this is the large- capacity storage used to hold information such as programs and documents Hard disk
Basic software that allows the user to interface with the computer Operating system
o Translates images data from the computer into a format that can be displayed by the monitor Graphics cards
allows a computer to store info even when the computer is off. Complementary Metal- oxide Semiconductor
The primary interface for the hard drives is? Integrated Drive Electronics (IDE) Controller
Very high speed connection used by the graphics card to interface with computer is? Accelerated Graphics Port (AGP)
what is Kilobyte KB A one- page, double – spaced text document is roughly 20 KB in size
absolutely vital to ht operation of a computer is? Power Supply
What is Caching - Storing of frequently used data in extremely fast RAM that connects directly to the CPU
Basic Input/ Output System (BIOS) - A type of ROM that is used by the computer to establish when the computer first powers on.
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