Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by chriscannon, Aug 17, 2007.
Interesting. I have heard reports of some extreme clockspeeds - like 100+ Ghz requiring super-cooled fluids to run.
Ive been told of a 980+ ghz processor, almost a terabyte. It was cooled by constant liquid nitrogen coming out of a tube. This kept it at -32 degrees (im not sure if it was fehrenheit or celcius. It was not inside a computer, buts thats still really really fast.
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