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Legacy Name: CPU

The Steamwork Kora
Owner: Raru

Age: 7 years, 8 months, 6 days

Born: September 14th, 2014

Adopted: 7 years, 8 months, 6 days ago

Adopted: September 14th, 2014


  • Level: 13
  • Strength: 18
  • Defense: 14
  • Speed: 15
  • Health: 11
  • HP: 11/11
  • Intelligence: 256
  • Books Read: 256
  • Food Eaten: 1
  • Job: Register Clerk

CPU started out as a janky old animatronic- but cute, nonetheless!! -sweats nervously-
Well, if you must know, CPU was a tiny thing- or, at least her screen was tiny. She was in a big, sad junk heap rotting with the garbage. I found her there, and had she not moved slightly as I passed her, I wouldn't have noticed her. Why was I at the junk heap? Oh, there were a few things I'd thrown out that I had changed my mind about. I live in a small town, so it wouldn't be too hard to find what I was looking for. Anyway, I picked her up, and took her home. I had an ever-growing interest in technology- so I experimented on her. I added things, I designed mechanisms for her, I gave her an updated AI. There was so much technology packed into such an old shell, that changes were made to her exterior through the years to keep her alive and evolve-able. Before I knew it, I was attached to CPU, I spent much of my time designing and building, finding and buying parts to keep updating her. It was my fear that some day, she would be obsolete, or some day I wouldn't be able to keep up with new technology. I wanted CPU to be the best there ever was.
Fortunately, the more I tweaked in her Artificial Intelligence, the more she was able to do. Some time ago, I managed to craft her into a learning machine. She could predict the outcome of different situations- much like how humans do. After she started learning, I didn't really have to tweak her AI anymore. I still make repairs and add bits and bobs to her exterior, though it seems we can finally just work together to improve her. She seems to understand things, instead of just going through things like a trial-and-error mad-libs. She's quickly gaining intelligence and reading books in her freetime.
Goals: Any Steamwork coloration. Super high intelligence.
"Central Processing Unit." The CPU is the primary component of a computer that processes instructions. It runs the operating system and applications, constantly receiving input from the user or active software programs. It processes the data and produces output, which may stored by an application or displayed on the screen.
The CPU contains at least one processor, which is the actual chip inside the CPU that performs calculations. For many years, most CPUs only had one processor, but now it is common for a single CPU to have at least two processors or "processing cores." A CPU with two processing cores is called a dual-core CPU and models with four cores are called quad-core CPUs. High-end CPUs may have six (hexa-core) or even eight (octo-core) processors. A computer may also have more than one CPU, which each have multiple cores. For example, a server with two hexa-core CPUs has a total of 12 processors.
While processor architectures differ between models, each processor within a CPU typically has its own ALU, FPU, register, and L1 cache. In some cases, individual processing cores may have their own L2 cache, though they can also share the same L2 cache. A single frontside bus routes data between the CPU and the system memory.
NOTE: The terms "CPU" and "processor" are often used interchangeably. Some technical diagrams even label individual processors as CPUs. While this verbiage is not incorrect, it is more accurate (and less confusing) to describe each processing unit as a CPU, while each processor within a CPU is a processing core.

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