Hardware Components Crossword Puzzle

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QUESTIONS LIST: alu: carries out difficult calculations in a cpu, bus : sends control signals and data between the processor and other components, cache : a small amount of high-speed ram, clock : the speed of a cpu, control unit : manages the execution of instructions, data : information that is processed in a computer, decode : the process of breaking down binary numbers to perform instructions, execute: the process of moving data or performing difficult calculations based on instructions, fetch : the process of getting instructions during a fetch execute cycle, fetch execute cycle : the cycle of the cpu fetching instructions, decoding it then executing it, hertz : the unit in which the clock speed is measured, instructions : what the cpu gets from ram, multi-core : cpu with more than one core, quad-core: a cpu with four independent processors on the same chip, random access memory: primary storage which stores the data needed for programmes that are currently running, register : small amounts of high-speed memory contained within the cpu, rom : stores data which is permanently stored and stores the bios, speed: how fast the something is, von neumann : the person who introduced the stored programme concept.