Chip

Any single semiconductor material, often made of silicon, onto which is etched an integrated circuit containing millions of tiny transistors. A chip—often also known as a microprocessor or a CPU chip—is the heart (or, more correctly, the brain) of a microcomputer. See CPU.

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