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Originally Posted by FSF-Foxhound View Post
Once you get to 1 atoms thick, then you have WON THE GAME. You can't get any smaller than that..

I think moores law is coming to an end.
Electrons are smaller than atoms and can be used for calculations.

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Originally Posted by zollen View Post
Diamonds? The way you talk as if diamonds are cheap materials compare to silicon aka sand. If you mean carbon-silicon hybrid base material then I would agree.
You talk about diamonds.... as if you didn't know that their high price is mostly artifical. DeBeers marketing and monopoly of "natural" diamonds is what keeps diamond prices high.

Why would use a carbon-silicon hybrid base material? You have to worry about bond issues, doping, ect. Just invest the money into improving and mass-producing diamond manufacturing.

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Originally Posted by zollen View Post
What makes you think multi-cores is the solution of the future? Why not a 100Gz single core CPU?
Because materials have limits. Why do think there aren't 10GHz Intel CPUs right now (that's a reference to Netburst)? Why do you think both AMD and Intel are heavily investing in multicore designs? Why do you think both AMD and Intel spent money in GPU development (which are manycore processors).


Here is an OLD article about a 81GHz Diamond transistor in 2003: http://www.geek.com/articles/chips/8...ated-20030827/
Edited by DuckieHo - 7/23/09 at 11:49am
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2 sockets?
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picometers built on a dark matter die powered by dark energy
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Quote:
Originally Posted by DuckieHo View Post
Electrons are smaller than atoms and can be used for calculations.


You talk about diamonds.... as if you didn't know that their high price is mostly artifical. DeBeers marketing and monopoly of "natural" diamonds is what keeps diamond prices high.

Why would use a carbon-silicon hybrid base material? You have to worry about bond issues, doping, ect. Just invest the money into improving and mass-producing diamond manufacturing.


Because materials have limits. Why do think there aren't 10GHz Intel CPUs right now (that's a reference to Netburst)? Why do you think both AMD and Intel are heavily investing in multicore designs? Why do you think both AMD and Intel spent money in GPU development (which are manycore processors).


Here is an OLD article about a 81GHz Diamond transistor in 2003: http://www.geek.com/articles/chips/8...ated-20030827/
Short explanation: We move on to use "diamonds". Diamonds are carbon, carbon can become awesome things like graphene (sp?). Anyways, we have already created things with a slightly different structure compared to diamonds, but are still pretty much diamonds. Besides, how do you think the make IC Diamond 7 for so cheap.
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Any ideas?

i think it will go to like Micrometers or something.

You thoughts?

EDIT: Picometers is the suggested measurement. Which are 1×10−12 m and 31µµ is the radius of a helium atom. Atoms range from <1-600µµ

You most likely wont get too far past the teen's unless something radical comes out, because you run into the problem of Quantum Tunneling.
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Well maybe by time they might work out how to do this, they might of already completely redesigned the cpu

who knows
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Atom has a diameter of about 0.1nm so we can't get much smaller than that.
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i dont think it can go lower than atoms
Sub atomic particles yo fool.


"He ain't heavy... he's my neutrinooooooo"

Infact, is that a quantum core CPU they're building there using the powers of their minds
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Read the book

"The singularity is near"

It's by a pseudo scientist with a PHd in comp sci from MIT who talks about where he thinks technology and especially computing technology will go from here on out.
yea man, R. Kurzweil is a visionary;

life will be so unequivocally different for our kind after the singularity, a Wall-E type sphere of thought where plausibly sentient devices seamlessly mother & cater us 24/7 aloft an orbiting supermass

as a star trek junkie, i'm totally jealous of the future..
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