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i need to find out what or where uart is in a computer without taking apart the CPU.


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  • CharlieBrowne
    Is this a homework question? Can you tell us why you need this information? A simple search give plenty of information on this chip
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  • TomLiotta
    If you need to find out what a UART is, you should run a Google search for [ uart ] or perhaps for [ what is a uart ]. You can find a basic description at the WhatIs.com site. If you want to locate one in a PC you own, you'll need to look at the motherboard schematics. Those might be available from the manufacturer. . You can't "take apart" a CPU to find a UART. The CPU doesn't come apart; it's a single chip with components that are too small for you to see. And a discrete UART will be separate from the CPU. . Tom
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