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Yay i think hope they fix thermal issues with haswell other wise dam 7 ad 5nm will be hot

Not really issue, same amount of heat, just more concentrated. Maybe focus on closed loop wc "cubes" to replace stock heatsinks.
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post #32 of 132
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They're going to find the end of the road pretty soon at this rate!

Nope.

Micro Nano meters! tongue.gif
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Quantum computing the next step?
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empty and stupid article is stupid


seriously intel is working on next gen stuff??


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The resistance of copper is going to become too great. It's not necessary now of course, but years down the road as silicon reaches its limits, it may become useful.

By the time that happens, transistors would have already moved to a new process...
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According to Michio Kaku they're going to hit the wall at 5nm because it's not just physics anymore, it's quantum.
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I'm actually kind of excited to see stuff reach 5nm or smaller. It's the end of an era, the microchip as we know it will be as small as it can physically ever become at that point (or shortly thereafter).

I have no doubt that computers will continue to advance at the same rate as they always have afterward. Actually, I expect them to advance faster, IMO progress in CPU performance has been painfully slow lately.
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They better start researching new materials, graphene is not the only option. There are other candidates to substitute silicon, like molybdenum or silicene... We'll see what happens on the next couple of years.
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post #39 of 132
To me I see at least 0.5 - 1 more decade to improve upon the 5nm process before moving onto something else.
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I wonder if they'll start stacking more layers of transistors up, making your CPU more of a cube instead of a plane. If they can figure out how to keep it cool that is.
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