What is difference between CPU and motherboard?

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shravan
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What is difference between CPU and motherboard?

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he motherboard connects all different hardware components like CPU, RAM memory modules, hard disk drives, graphics card, etc, and enable them work together in a properly synchronized manner. It also helps to connect external peripherals like monitor, mouse, keyboard etc to the computer.

The CPU or central processing unit, is used to process all the data and information and regulate them across various hardware components using sets of instructions and interrupts. It is fitted to the motherboard via a socket, and thermally protected using a heat sink. In short, it serves as the brain of the computer.

When the CPU instructs for something, the signal is sent from CPU to the targeted hardware through the connections of the motherboard, and after it accepts the signal, the hardware starts to execute the instruction. When finished, it sends a signal again to the CPU via the motherboard that the job is done, so that the CPU can get ready for the next instruction, and then send either to that same hardware or a different hardware. In modern times, the CPU can issue multiple instructions at a time so that the overall work can be done faster.
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