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Moore's Law only applies to silicone (as we understand it today). It doesn't include new inventions coming into play. Such as diamond CPUs, or graphene. I don't keep up with this stuff, but you get the drift.
Moore's Law won't just stop one day, it will become irrelevant and a new law will probably be proposed (in the sense of it being redone as Michio says).

It's not like diamond cpu's can just step in and take over for silicone chips we spent 40 years taking to it's limits. Who is gonna use diamond cpu at it's baby stage when there is silicone tweaked to it's limits cheaply available? Intel and AMD spent decades and hundreds of billions of dollars perfecting silicone because there was a market for it. Nobody is investing the same amount of money and time in diamond CPUs just because maybe in 20 years time they can rival silicone and then people will buy them.
 
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It's not like diamond cpu's can just step in and take over for silicone chips we spent 40 years taking to it's limits. Who is gonna use diamond cpu at it's baby stage when there is silicone tweaked to it's limits cheaply available? Intel and AMD spent decades and hundreds of billions of dollars perfecting silicone because there was a market for it. Nobody is investing the same amount of money and time in diamond CPUs just because maybe in 20 years time they can rival silicone and then people will buy them.

You assume none of the technical advancements from the past 40 years carry over. The main advantage of diamond is indifference to high temperatures, and ultra high thermal conductivity. The disadvantage was the expense, but with synthetic gem quality diamond being relatively cheap, this may change.
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As stated in the video som pages back the reason that moore's law grinds invitabely to a halt is the heisenberg uncertainty principle. Tweaking silicone chip design over to different materials with better qualities will only work for a time as moore's law is exponential. Sooner or later it grindes to a halt and something totally new is needed.

I used "diamond cpu's" as a generic term for radical new cpu designs entering the market in my previous post.
 
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Blood Diamond Cpu's are better for Overclock for sure. wondering what di caprio think about
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Diamond? I thought the future of CPUs was graphene?

As usual the Brits are the ones sorting it out....

http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/pc-components/3309937/graphene-for-processors-why-it-matters/

...but again as usual if it works the Americans will claim they invented it, like how they claim Al Gore invented the 'internet' biggrin.gif
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Diamond? I thought the future of CPUs was graphene?
As usual the Brits are the ones sorting it out....
http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/news/pc-components/3309937/graphene-for-processors-why-it-matters/
...but again as usual if it works the Americans will claim they invented it, like how they claim Al Gore invented the 'internet' biggrin.gif

they are Russians in an English setting.thumb.gif
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they are Russians in an English setting.thumb.gif

Well all Americans are just Europeans and Africans in an American setting biggrin.gif
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Let's get back to benchmarking or at least talk about the CPU. All this crapping on Americans really has no place on a distinguished forum like this.
 
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Let's get back to benchmarking or at least talk about the CPU. All this crapping on Americans really has no place on a distinguished forum like this.

Oh lighten up you miserable sod. biggrin.gif
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I quite liked the "distinguished forum" bit........I lol'd tongue.gif
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