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PostPosted: Wed Jun 21, 2006 7:56 am
Post subject: CPU not fast enough? How 'bout the new 350GHz cpu?

More HERE.

[quote]At 500 gigahertz, the technology is 250 times faster than chips in today's cellphones, which operate at 2 gigahertz. At room temperature, the chips operate at 350 gigahertz, far faster than other chips in commercial use today.[/url]

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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2006 11:42 am
Post subject: Re: CPU not fast enough? How 'bout the new 350GHz cpu?

Quote: "The researchers, using a cryogenic test station, achieved the speed milestone by "freezing" the chip to 451 degrees below zero Fahrenheit, using liquid helium. That temperature, normally found only in outer space, is just nine degrees above absolute zero, or the temperature at which all movement is thought to cease."

They have done the same thing with the transmission of electricity. Our electric bills would be a whole lot less is there wasn't so much loss due to heat not to mention everything running much more efficient. Unfortunatley, these little speed tests are great for for the headlines but until they make the technology practical for the masses, I won't get to excited about it.
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Post subject: Re: CPU not fast enough? How 'bout the new 350GHz cpu?

Agreed but, they also achieved 350Ghz at room temp.
I still don't think we'll see it immediately but it's 'out there' now and others will be looking to find out how to do it and get it to market.

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