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Black hole is indeed a point of no return. I have this black hole in my wall, and once I've seen spider go inside, and it never came back

Back to topic...this probably wont fly. Heat will come down naturaly since microelectronic companies will be making even faster units with much smaller power consumption in the near future. Then we will be using 486 coolers going for no coolers at all, and everything will be integrated into one chip.
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Originally Posted by Vicious-Deeds View Post
Black hole is indeed a point of no return. I have this black hole in my wall, and once I've seen spider go inside, and it never came back

Back to topic...this probably wont fly. Heat will come down naturaly since microelectronic companies will be making even faster units with much smaller power consumption in the near future. Then we will be using 486 coolers going for no coolers at all, and everything will be integrated into one chip.
Actually, thats basically what it's going to come down to. 1 chip, handles everything, consumes little power and thus produces little heat, if any.
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