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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 4 Study Guide T - The system unit is a case that contains electronic components of the computer used to process data The processor holds data waiting to be processed and instructions waiting to be executed (213) T - The speed of a system clock is just one factor that influences a computers performance. T - Replacing a motherboard is a fairly complicated process whereas replacing a processor is much simpler. False A byte is the smallest unit of data the computer can process (a bit is the smallest) T - When the computers power is turned off, the volatile memory is turned off T - Current processors include an (ATC) advanced transfer cache, a type of L2 cache built directly on the processor chip T - ROM Read Only Memory refers to memory chips storing permanent data and instructions. False High speed USD is a more advanced and faster USB, with speeds 100 times (actually, 40 times) faster than that of its predecessor....
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