Control Unit
Also known as CU
Definition The Control Unit (CU) is the circuitry that controls the flow of information through the processor, and coordinates the activities of the other units within the processor. It is the "brain within the brain", as it controls what happens inside the processor, which in turn controls the rest of the PC.
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