You really don't need to worry about that (unless you're writing drivers or very low level systems, I guess). Knowing how RAM works is a lot more important (though not when developing with Unity). I'm not quite sure what "Core knowledge" you're referring to, but the Cooking with Unity video tutorial I posted in my previous reply should give you a nice start. If you wan't to learn more about programming in general, you may want to read a book or at least a web tutorial on a language of your choice.
I really want to know how the hardware pieces talk to one another for game enabled systems. I'm sure it's more complex than Processor - GPU - Monitor,
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