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The motherboard is the circuit board that all the other components connect to. The motherboard enables the components to talk to each other. Motherboard
The “brain” of the computer that performs mathematical and logical calculations Central Processing Unit (CPU)
This allows you to multitask and have multiple programs open at the same time Random Access Memory (RAM)
This converts electricity into power the computer can use. Power Supply
Thisis the location where the operating system, programs, and data are permanently stored and accessed Hard Drive
Adds read and write capabilities to your computer for portability, storage (back-up), and sharing Optical Drives
This decides how to use the pixels on the screen to create the image. It then sends that information to the monitor through a cable. Video (Graphics) Cards
This is the maximum number of Watts. More watts is better. If you add extra devices you may need extra power. Maximum Output
Extra connectors to plug-in to added devices like graphics cards Power Connectors
Should depend on the files you save (If you edit movies a large hard drive is important) Size of drive
This could be anywhere between 1.5 GHz to 3.5 GHz. (Avid gamers need 3.0 GHz or more) Clock Speed
What formats does it support Readability
Created by: yrsh