Lol....these are old questions!
I remember having a 1MHz cpu, 8 bits, and a MASSIVE 64KB memory. When the C128D came out with double the memory - 128KB and a built in disc drive - 'what are people going to do with all that memory' people would say.....
At the time, in the HEDT market there were in fact already 16 and 32bit CPUs, but home users didn't need all that expensive stuff! Of course 3 years later we had the Commodore Amiga, 32bit, hardware multitasking home computer - with 0.5GB memory.
The next TR will be a monster, rest assured - and that tech will filter down to us in no time. Want realistic games? Then you kinda need more cores, memory and speed - maybe not today, but soon, the smallest, cheapest CPUs will come with no less than 64 cores, and you will want them, for games, for science, for research...
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