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How many different metals are used to manufacture computers and what are they?

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If you need the answer to that question, then i'd suggest to look up google and type: manufacturing computer components or metals used in computers.

I wish they were made of gold. once i find no use, just melt it and make jewellery BLING BLING


But from what i know is this link:

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_metals_are_used_in_the_making_of_computer_chips

Good Luck

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