Time it is just things that get it off the ground get it started well all that information is stored on this little chip called the BIOS now wife take our motherboard and turn it on inside you’ll notice that there are awhile bunch of ports along the side thesis actually.
what you see on the back of your computer system it’s connected to your motherboard and you can see ports like an area where you can plug in your speaker’s your USB ports are right therefor your USB devices this is where you can plug in your Ethernet cable for your internet this one has an integrated video card which we’re going to talk about that goes right here well everything.
Connects to that motherboard and the motherboard disallowing things to communicate with each other that’s why the surface looked likes city there’s a section on there that’s rectangular and it’s on this motherboards well but it’s being covered by this big round thing which we’re going to get to in a second behind this round thing there is a small chip that looks similar to this this is a CPU the CPU is like big brain all it does all day long is think think think CPU stands for central processing unit so it’s processing.
Information you give this guy plus and it spits out for the CPU usually come in Hertz so you’ll see you know. gigahertz things like that there’s two main companies that make C Pus AMD and Intel the CPU gets quite hot and it needs a special way to stay cool that’s where this.