Computer Processing, Graphics & Memory: Troubleshooting Tips, Tutorials & Reviews Of CPU & Memory To Help You Get the Most From Your Computer
The fundamental component which drives your computer is processing power in the form of a Central Processing Unit (CPU). Working alongside the CPU is your graphics card and memory allocation, which allow you to run multimedia, applications, and provide a solid end user experience. In this topic we define the CPU, graphics processing and memory, look at the latest processors and memory products, and compare computer systems which house such products in terms of functionality and stability. Looking at the latest offerings (and battles) of Intel and AMD, and troubleshooting your CPU, graphics and memory issues, to enable you to run a stable system that has optimum speed and seamless graphics.
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