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Installing the processor in the computer

Installing the processor in the computer
The CPU or central processing unit is really the brain of any computer system. All the work of the computer system depends on the CPU. Without a CPU chip, the computer cannot do anything. The CPU consists of three sections, the arithmetic logic unit, the register, and its control unit. As these chips become faster, the growth of RAM should be maintained so that it can be very fast.
So let’s study our pointwise how to install a processor on a computer.
(1) First, you have to determine which CPU is on your computer or boot screen or using a diagnostic program. You can also extract information about the processor and see it well on your chip. The heatsink or fan on the chip has to be removed for viewing. See chip label for model, speed, and manufacturer.
(2) Turn off and unplug the computer
(3) Disconnect any component hindering the removal of the enclosure cover.
(4) Remove the screws from the back of the case and remove the cover away from the system unit case.
(5) Keep the cover in a safe place.
(6) Remove any and all electrical static charge from your clothing and body to a doorknob or any other grounded object.
(7) When the CPU chip is detected, the chip can be placed in the socket on the motherboard and depending on the type of computer, the socket can be shaped in various ways.
Note: Some CPUs are added to the motherboard and can only be exchanged by purchasing a new motherboard. This type of chip is called a proprietary chip.
(8) Check your computer manual to see if the CPU is proprietary before considering it to be more powerful. If the manual asks you to consult the manufacturer, if you want to upgrade the processor, the CPU will probably own it
(9) Remove such components as hard drives or expansion slots if necessary to gain full access to the chip. The new tower units allow easy access by removing some screws and sliding the panel down along the motherboard.
(10) Unlock the socket lever by opening the CPU. This lever is usually located on the side of the chip. Some chips have a clamp that must be removed. See the user manual to see the CPU components.
Note: Some chips are covered by a heat sink and/or a cooling fan. These components have to be removed and kept separate.
11 When inserting the new chip, place the raised end of the chip to match the bevel end of the socket. It was designed so that the chip could be set in only one direction. Note that when applying the heatsink back, you should apply the thermal paste over your CPU (but only in very small amounts)
12 Confirm that the chip you purchased is compatible with your system and ask if you can return the chip if there is a problem. Make sure the upgrade will do what you want it to do. With the CPU upgrade, your computer performance will improve but if you want to improve your Windows programs then you have to add more RAM.

Check the connection fittings that are secure. This is necessary because these connections become loose over time and cause problems that can cause you to create software.
Note: If you are working on the system and have problems, then go back and look at the last items and nearby connectors. Make sure you don’t leave any loose connectors inadvertently.
Maintain your computer and clean it regularly. It is a good idea to open the system and remove dust accumulated on other boards from time to time on the motherboard.

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