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you're still going to need something to interpret magnetic fields (i.e., an electromagnet of some sort), which will still require lots of energy, and you'll still be pushing lots of electrons. .
its this part that i questioned to be exact ...


im not doubting you understand some complicated stuff
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its this part that i questioned to be exact ...


im not doubting you understand some complicated stuff
...So what's your question? lol.
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...So what's your question? lol.
what's his knowledge on what is possible in regard to the high power need to read the magnetic info
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its this part that i questioned to be exact ...


im not doubting you understand some complicated stuff
I see. Well, I think using interacting magnetic fields on the "cpu" (or whatever it's going to be called) to do the calculations (rather than electrons, and passing current through the material) is the innovative thing that is achieving such a high efficiency:calculation ratio. But it's all meaningless when you still have to communicate to/from the CPU, so you're still going to run into the problem of pushing electrons with current (since the only practical way we have to reading a magnetic field is with an electromagnet of sorts), which generates heat, which pulls farther from this principle of efficiency.

Thinking about it another way, you still need to tell the CPU what to do, then you need to interpret what the CPU's done. You cannot do that with passive magnetic fields alone, so it will still require considerable power input. The theoretical principle predicted for nanomagnetic materials may hold true, but that won't necessarily translate to practical gains.
    
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I see. Well, I think using interacting magnetic fields on the "cpu" (or whatever it's going to be called) to do the calculations (rather than electrons, and passing current through the material) is the innovative thing that is achieving such a high efficiency:calculation ratio. But it's all meaningless when you still have to communicate to/from the CPU, so you're still going to run into the problem of pushing electrons with current (since the only practical way we have to reading a magnetic field is with an electromagnet of sorts), which generates heat, which pulls farther from this principle of efficiency.

Thinking about it another way, you still need to tell the CPU what to do, then you need to interpret what the CPU's done. You cannot do that with passive magnetic fields alone, so it will still require considerable power input. The theoretical principle predicted for nanomagnetic materials may hold true, but that won't necessarily translate to practical gains.

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...1127124519.htm

they seem to talk about an answer to the problem that you talked about the high power need to read or even send data to the cpu ... not sure of how viable this research is .. but it sure indicate that there is high hope for such tech ....
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So... how high can we OC it? Water cooling?

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