How to start learning computer architecture

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I want to learn computer architecture but I'm in C-S (database) so what should I do to learn architecture. Now I'm studying only architecture books and watching few videos.

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I like to learn about processor

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It sounds like you’re off to a good start! Books and online resources can be some of the best material. You might consider enrolling in some computer engineering classes at school that take a deeper dive into this subject.

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Are you working? You did not reveal your academic/professional qualifications other than you know database. For computer hardware, it is better to know about computer parts and their terms. For this reason, you can try to know computer processor/RAM/ROM/Cache memory/SMPS/NIC/Slot etc. etc. & so on. First you buy some good books on hardware and try to gather some knowledge which actually helps to understand the course that you will go for complete. Here is a reference: 'Logic and Computer Design Fundamentals' by M Morris Mano.
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  • ToddN2000
    You say you "want to learn computer architecture", do you mean from the building of circuits or the function and general assembly of basic computer components. An electronics course can teach you a lot about circuits and basic flow.
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