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Gallium Arsenide anyone?
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i live 2 blocks away from the hillsboro plant, and according to one of my sources, intel has a working 11nm prototype cpu......this is as far as i can go before getting crucified worriedsmiley.gif ......take this as you want thumb.gif
    
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Originally Posted by Vlasov_581 View Post

i live 2 blocks away from the hillsboro plant, and according to one of my sources, intel has a working 11nm prototype cpu......this is as far as i can go before getting crucified worriedsmiley.gif ......take this as you want thumb.gif

I don't doubt that at all. They always have ES and prototype chips 2-3 years before release.
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Gallium Arsenide anyone?
Negative, I went on a field trip to a foundry in Oregon that made them. He said they could not be clocked fast and were not MEANT to be clocked fast, but they are inexpensive. It will be some other Alloy.
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Diamonds have been used (they're just another form of carbon like graphene).
However, production costs, infrastructure, and experience are no where near capable..... the same issues exist with graphene or any other material. Engineers have decades of cumulative knowledge about silicon and hundreds of billions of dollars worth of equipment specialized for silicon so it will take time to transition to any new material.
There has been a demand for graphene for over a decade now.
Price will not drop unless there are scalable production processes. The process to produce graphene are still immature. So demand itself will not help price to decrease much in the short-run as it is supply constricted.
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Demand increases prices. I think you're talking about as supply increases and they can mass produce things it will become cheaper.

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Stacking will extend the principles of Moore's law for another 180 years according to some estimates. There really is no need for the alarmism.
As aggregate supply increases, the price level increases as well.
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I know.

I was referring to the entire process that should follow when demand increases, thanks for the graphs, I went to school too. wink.gif
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Based on your logic, why didn't you stick with your Q6600 and NO SSD?
Probably for the same reason that most of us upgrade.
I upgraded my current rig from a 3800+ because Video Editing on that thing was painful, renders took HOURS to get done, Windows took 7 minutes to load, and I could go on and on...

You missed his point. His point was that things are getting bloated because we have this wealth of processing power, RAM space, storage space etc.
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I read an article last month about molybdenite. Seems like the most reasonable element to replace silicon. Layers of silicon can only go down to 2nm thick, because any thinner and they cease being effective, something to do with compromising its electrical properties at that point. Molybdenite, on the other hand, need only be 3 atoms thick to retain those same properties.
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i live 2 blocks away from the hillsboro plant, and according to one of my sources, intel has a working 11nm prototype cpu......this is as far as i can go before getting crucified worriedsmiley.gif ......take this as you want thumb.gif

Making one of anything isn't particularly difficult. Now making a million of something is the hard part. Didn't IBM make an 8nm chip something or other a few years ago?
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I'm pretty sure Intel has a working 10nm prototype. By working, i mean barely functional but its has potential. Intel simply withholding information just like they do all the time.
The future is looking good, would be nice if Intel had some serious competition.
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i dont know if this has been mentioned yet or if this is even possible...but wouldnt it be easier to just renovate the cpu architecture entirely?

instead of little squares for a cpu, couldnt they make it a slightly larger sphere or just a slightly larger square?

i realize this might increase latency or something, but is there any possibility of this happening?
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