Neoseeker : News : 1,000 core processor possible, says Intel
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Gligar Nov 22, 10
BY the time they find out, Amd's already launched it
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GLaDOS Nov 22, 10
All you humans and your 'great triumphs' by making only little 1000 core processors

Aperture Science and I can fit approximately a billion cores on one processor

Humanity, I am dissapoint
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DedValve Nov 22, 10
quote GLaDOS
All you humans and your 'great triumphs' by making only little 1000 core processors

Aperture Science and I can fit approximately a billion cores on one processor

Humanity, I am dissapoint

Yet in the end you fail to make a simple a cake.

That is just sad.
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riiaku Nov 22, 10
And by the time intel launches it AMD's version is at least twice as slow.
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Blue Neon Nov 22, 10
I'm sick of biast fanboys, I may have an Intel system but i have nothing against AMD. Every review I read on an Intel product there is someone who comments 'Get an AMD they're cheaper and better' they got cheaper right, but I think they are just as good as each other. It's the samf with Nvidia and ATI 'get an ATI they're well cheaper' I know they are cheaper still everyone has personal preferance.
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THM Nov 22, 10
Having 1000 cores is great, but it's useless without electricity....I want things (computers) that run without electricity which will become a huge problem in the future....


P.S. The price of electricity is sky-rocketing at lightning speed in Australia
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Hellfire29 Nov 22, 10
quote THM
Having 1000 cores is great, but it's useless without electricity....I want things (computers) that run without electricity which will become a huge problem in the future....
*Epic facepalm*
What else can we run them on? Fairy dust and sunshine?
Far easier just to increase the supply of power. Electricity prices are going up mainly for the reason that the supply has been pretty much the same while demand has been increasing. Capitalism 101.
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jonwall2 Nov 22, 10
Agreed with blue neon. AMD is cheaper than intel, but intels parts themselves are higher performing. Each company adjusts their pricing to compete in performance per dollar for each price bracket. Same thing with graphics cards in amd vs nvidia.
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GLaDOS Nov 22, 10
quote Ded Valve
quote GLaDOS
All you humans and your 'great triumphs' by making only little 1000 core processors

Aperture Science and I can fit approximately a billion cores on one processor

Humanity, I am dissapoint

Yet in the end you fail to make a simple cake.

That is just sad.
Hey, that cake was supposed to be a lie. ;-;
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True-Blue Aussie Nov 23, 10
quote THM

Having 1000 cores is great, but it's useless without electricity....I want things (computers) that run without electricity which will become a huge problem in the future....

*Epic facepalm*
What else can we run them on? Fairy dust and sunshine?
Far easier just to increase the supply of power. Electricity prices are going up mainly for the reason that the supply has been pretty much the same while demand has been increasing. Capitalism 101.

Nah...supply & deman is just in theory...You know what is the main problem in Australia, mate?

Lack of F$@#*^ infrastructure & excessive GST and other higher Taxes for private companies!
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lKasHl Nov 23, 10
quote THM
Having 1000 cores is great, but it's useless without electricity....I want things (computers) that run without electricity which will become a huge problem in the future....


P.S. The price of electricity is sky-rocketing at lightning speed in Australia
Carbon tax... labour government... TONS of happiness ahead for us THM!
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Shadow of Death Nov 23, 10
And just FYI people, just because it has more cores than we have now, does NOT mean the power requirements will scale to it. Naturally it should require more power than a quad or hex core out now, but by the time this thing comes out, power distribution between cores should be even more streamlined than ever. Old computers used a fair bit of power, back in the day. Consider this....We have things like 1GHz processors inside the new line of iPhones/iTouches. Yet it can run off a battery (granted, a quality lithium battery, but still), and the battery is good for 20-something hours of music playing, or about 2 or more hours with 3D gaming.

As technology evolves to make things more powerful, the actual power distribution technologies do as well (and for that matter, small pathways for electricity, which will of course apply to postage stamp sized kilocores, means far less electricity will pass through the pathways). Sure, high end gaming rigs take some 500 or more watts, but standard store-bought browser/document computers can run with 300 or less generally. I don't believe that's too much different from what we had back in the day.
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ShadowJ Nov 23, 10
quote THM
Having 1000 cores is great, but it's useless without electricity....I want things (computers) that run without electricity which will become a huge problem in the future....


P.S. The price of electricity is sky-rocketing at lightning speed in Australia
One simple thing you can do...don't be an Aussie
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THM Nov 23, 10
quote ShadowJ
quote THM
Having 1000 cores is great, but it's useless without electricity....I want things (computers) that run without electricity which will become a huge problem in the future....


P.S. The price of electricity is sky-rocketing at lightning speed in Australia
One simple thing you can do...don't be an Aussie
Hee Hee... Thanks,.....I'd define myself as just a 'human being' rather than taking some identifications
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