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Cant wait now. 45nm > 22nm is a big jump. 5Ghz 24/7 here i come.
5ghz? I bet Ivy can do 6ghz 24/7.
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post #32 of 78
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Originally Posted by G.E.Nauticus View Post
If you decrease the size of everything in the chip by 50% in theory it would make it 50% easier to conduct electricity improperly?
Decreasing the size of the interconnects by 50% actually results in an increase in resistance by 100%. Physics review: (resistance) = (resistivity)*(length/cross-sectional area), so all things being equal, the smaller copper wires used to connect all of the transistors would experience an increase in resistance if everything shrank by 50%. However, it's not that simple when they do process shrinks where they just halve everything.
    
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Decreasing the size of the interconnects by 50% actually results in an increase in resistance by 100%. Physics review: (resistance) = (resistivity)*(length/cross-sectional area), so all things being equal, the smaller copper wires used to connect all of the transistors would experience an increase in resistance if everything shrank by 50%. However, it's not that simple when they do process shrinks where they just halve everything.
So even then, If i'm understanding your post right, It will further limit our ability to reach ungodly oc's IE 7ghz.... Or am I off?
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post #34 of 78
Unfortunately it's not just smaller wafers that change, they usually change the cpu architecture so simply calculations like that aren't really relevant..
What has generally been the case is that smaller wafers result in more efficient processors, and usually but not always at a lower voltage.
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post #35 of 78
Intel rule again! At this point, AMD cant catch up. AMD should stick with graphic card before nvidia take a bigger leap.
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Intel just works too hard.
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post #37 of 78
I'm personally more exited about 22nm gpu's.
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Sorry to make such a short response to such a long segment that you took some time to put together, but:

The U.S. Stock Market != Intel.

Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Intel are the world's corporate giants. Why is it so hard for you to believe that they're doing so well and are progressing forward with technology? All of them have huge deals with every major retail PC manufacturer (Dell, HP, etc.) racking in some sick cash with how much of a necessity computers are in this age.

Gates said that 640K of memory is all that anybody with a computer would ever need. You're insisting that we're "stuck" and can't move forward to even smaller chips?
Oh I absolutely believe that google apple microsoft and intel are doing well. Some of it is made up and some of it laundered money. But they are definitely supported. Probably have money laundered to them to prop them up until they achieve monopoly status and then pay it back. Though I doubt microsoft is in the club any more.
And there's really no need to get angry with me. I didn't make up a fraudulant channel and then go screw exchequers out of taxes and stuff because it was fraudulant sales that never happened.
But if you want to believe that the emerging markets are growing like this be my guest. I'm sure people are snatching them up in ghost malls all over china to take home to their ghost town and live in their modern ghost apartment.
Record sales in a consumer retrenched market. It's a miracle. HaliLOLya.

But don't worry this is all for the poor. The poor are going to get their butt kicked into wealth and privelage you just watch.

"The court has yet to fix trial dates for the case. Mr Goel is a celebrated businessman with humble beginnings. In 1995, he left India for Singapore and started out as a sales coordinator at a computer parts distributor at Sim Lim Square. In 2000, he formed eSys and in less than five years, he built up a US$2-billion IT products distributor with offices in over 30 countries. His work also took on a social enterprise dimension, as he started selling low-cost computers aimed at the underprivileged."

US 2 billion dollar channel from dust in 5 years. It's a miracle holilolya.
Edited by Hephasteus - 1/14/11 at 6:05pm
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This even proves now that they are working on and have been working on this for a while now. Waiting to kill bulldozer i bet
    
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This even proves now that they are working on and have been working on this for a while now. Waiting to kill bulldozer i bet
Intel Fanboy...
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