Inside a PC: Processors

In computing and computer science, a processor or processing unit is an electrical component (digital circuit) that performs operations on an external data source, usually memory or some other data stream. It typically takes the form of a microprocessor, which can be implemented on a single metal–oxide–semiconductor integrated circuit chip. In the past, processors were constructed using multiple individual vacuum tubes, multiple individual transistors, or multiple integrated circuits. Today, processors use built-in transistors. The term is frequently used to refer to the central processing unit (CPU), the main processor in a system. (

Name: AMD Ryzen 9 7950X
Core ammount: 16
CPU speed: 4.5 GHz
Needed Wattage: 170 Watts