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  • Smart Computing Article - Keeping Data Handy
    August 2000 Vol.4 Issue 3 Page(s) 14-19 in print issue Add To My Personal Library Cache Memory Stores Information Close By For Speedy CPUs Who Brought The Slow Guy? When the CPU (central processing unit) needs data, it checks the fastest storage areas --the caches --before it looks in RAM
  • Smart Computing Article - Upgrade WinNT To Win2000
    support for multimedia, pictures, video, gaming, or a wide array of hardware and software; Win98 also fills this niche. The system requirements for Win2000 (Professional) is a 133MHz (megahertz) or higher CPU (central processing unit), 64MB (megabytes) of RAM (random-access memory), and 2GB (gigabytes)
  • Smart Computing Article - Step 12: Test Your System
    everything is attached, plug in your external devices and turn on the power. As the computer awakens, it should show signs of life. The most obvious are the fans starting up (for the power supply and the CPU [central processing unit]) and the hard drive starting to spin. You'll also probably see flashing
  • Smart Computing Article - Inside The PC's Brain
    and cellular telephones, to automobiles and airplanes. The most common role microprocessors play, however, is that of the central processing units (CPU) in the more than 300 million PCs in use worldwide. A CPU gets its name because it is central to a computer's operation in its role of either executing
  • Smart Computing Article - The Upgrader's Torment
    attached to the system must, at some point, communicate with the central processing unit (CPU) under control of a program, usually an operating system. That's the only way an application can control the system as a whole. To make the connection between hardware device and CPU, you must fiddle
  • The Heart of Your System: The Fan
    A computer is comprised of a set of subsystems that can be thought of as the primary "organs" required for basic functionality. These subsystems are the central processing unit (CPU), the permanent storage (disk drives), the power supply, and the temporary storage (memory.) There are many
  • Smart Computing Article - AGP 4X
    in a variety of Pentium II, Pentium III, Celeron, and Super Socket 7-based systems using AMD and Cyrix central processing units (CPU) since the first computers using AGP were introduced in mid-1997. AGP-based video
  • Medical Device Link .
    these reflected sound waves to the central processing unit (cpu) of the ultrasound machine, where an image is generated based on the distance and intensities of the reflected sound waves. A two-dimensional image is then displayed on a monitor screen. This allows the physician to view an accurate depiction

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