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CPU is a computer's central processing unit.
CPU may also refer to:
Science and technology
- Computer case or cabinet containing the central processing unit and possibly other components as well
- Carboxypeptidase B2, a human enzyme
- Critical Patch Update, software updates in Oracle products such as Oracle Database and Java
- Caribbean Postal Union, an association of postal (post office) administrators in the Caribbean region
- Central Philippine University
- Central Policy Unit, a head advisory unit to the Chief Executive of Hong Kong
- Central Police University, a police academy in Taiwan
- China Pharmaceutical University
- Clark Public Utilities, a public electric and water utility located in Clark County, Washington
- Columbia Pacific University, former unaccredited distance learning school in California
- Commonwealth Press Union, an association of newspapers and news agencies
- Communist Party of Ukraine
- Computer Professionals' Union, an organization of information and technology professionals, practitioners, and workers in the Philippines
- Contract postal unit, any contracted affiliate of the U.S. Postal Service
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