Project, The future of Processor?

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Post 3+ Months Ago

I have to make a project about the future of processer, RAM,cache memory....etc.

if any one has visited any webpage that Discuss the new future of computer hardware, please let me know.
and if u have any opinion about this subject, write it down, u never know it might help me..

Thanks.
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I don't claim to understand this. But it looks interesting!
:)
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Post 3+ Months Ago

You quote is slightly off.
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what is off about it?
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Quote:
As the physicist Richard Feynman famously said, "the inside of a computer is as dumb as hell, but it goes like mad!"
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I know, but I figured I'd pre-empt the attacks about using profanity. :)

//edit Is this better? :)
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The way I look at it, if your going to quote someone, you should use the quote the way it is written. Hell is such a commonly used word I don't think many people view it as a cuss word. Just my opinion. Intersting article though.
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i think that the future of the processor lies in technologies like hyper threading although rough now using the whole of the processor at once and different areas at once for one task can make it much more efficient at lower speeds.

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