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post #21 of 49 (permalink) Old 03-25-2011, 11:58 AM
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Its cool but not powerful enough.
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If you're buying a plastic processor just for overclocking...

You're doing it wrong.

Besides, it's in it's infancy anyhow.

In a couple of years (using plastic CPUs), people will say once again: "Hey dude, I just overclocked my CPU to 10MHz!"

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Maybe they would be able to make smaller cores and have thousands of those 13MHz things chugging away.



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Maybe they would be able to make smaller cores and have thousands of those 13MHz things chugging away.

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It runs at 6Hz. Not even 6Mhz.

6Hz is pretty boss for only 4,000 transistors.

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post #26 of 49 (permalink) Old 03-25-2011, 12:16 PM
 
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But can you overclock it?

Where is the cache?

Looks like it tech that is many years out, to say the least..
No, the question is:
What's the Cache?


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well if i had a tee shirt that i wanted blinking lights...


My thoughts immediately turned to digital clothing also, and tattoos. How cool would it be to have a working digital watch tattooed on your arm that would burn calories to generate electricity?

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Knowing how fast silicone chips moved along in such a little amount of time, I wouldn't be suprised if we had chips like this with the power of a snapdragon cpu in a matter of years, considering all the tech we have now, compared to back in the 80's.

I think this is a great leap in mobile technology.

Silicon, buddy. We use silicone to make breast implants. tongue.gif

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If we use breast implants in computers, no wonder the floppy went away.


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