Within the circuitry of a computer, each channel along which bits transfer allows the various devices both inside and attached to the system unit to communicate with each other. What are these channels, shown in the accompanying figure, called?
What is unique about a multi-core processor?
It is a single chip with two or more separate processor cores.
It is a single processor with two or more separate chips.
It contains multiple control elements that, when working togther, can increase the data processed over the internet.
It uses core memory to enhance the processing speed of processors.
The accompanying figure shows Which of the following kinds of molecules, which are small circuit boards where RAM chips usually resides, being inserted into the motherboard?
Which of the following is the most common type of volatile memory?
Which of the following refers to an environment of servers that house and provide access to resources users access vis the internet?
Which of the following is a case on a desktop that contains and protects the item shown in the accompanying figure and other electronic components?
What is the process of copying items from RAM to a storage device?
As shown in the accompanying figure, which of the following kinds of cards is a circuit board that enhances functions of a component of the system unit and/or provides connections to peripherals?
In the accompanying figure what on the motherboard holds the memory molecules?
Some computer and chip manufactures use which of the following terms to refer to a personal computer processor chip?
Which of the following processors is a single chip with two or more separate processor cores?
Which of the following means the computer automatically can configure cards like the one in the accompanying figure and other peripherals as users install them?
Plug and Play
Which of the following is another term for the system unit?
Which of the following is a type of nonvolatile memory that can be erased electronically and rewritten?
ONe gigahertz (GHz) equals how many ticks of the system clock per second?
When someone reads a research paper about computers and runs across the term, bit to what is the paper referring?
One portion of the computer memory that uses 8-digital discrete electronic states to represent a character
A digit that represenst the electronic state called "off"
The smallest unit of data a computer can process
The most informative electronic element that represents data in a computer
Which of the following is the international Electronic Commission working to make the universal connector standard for charging mobile devices?
Which of the following consists of electronic components that store instructions waiting to be executed by the processor, data needed by those instructions, and results of the processed data (information)?
What numbering system uses only the numbers 0 and 1?
What are three names for te electronic component that interprets and carries out the basic instructions that operate a computer?
analog interpreter, AI, interpreter
CPU, processor, central processing unit
Control processing unit, CPU, Processor
Command processing circuit, CPU processor
When 8 bits are grouped togther as a unit, how many individual characters can these 8 bits represent?
Which of the following interprets and carries out the basic instructions that operate a computer?
When your friend opened the case containing the electronic components of his computer, he saw the main circuit board for the computer. What is the circuit board called?
Electronic circiut primary board
Which of the following is a small piece of semiconducting material, usually silicon, on which integrated circuits are etched?
Which of the following is the component of the processor that directs and coordinates most of the operations in the computer?