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Re: filmscanners: That's some overclocking
PMFJI. I saw Motorola's announcement on their investor pages. Problem
that I see is that gallium arsenide chips were high current devices which
killed off development programs at DEC and others. I imagine the new
generation even in a PC will still require 500-1000W PSUs with large and
----- Original Message -----
From: "Arthur Entlich" <email@example.com>
Sent: Wednesday, September 05, 2001 1:19 PM
Subject: filmscanners: That's some overclocking
> O.T., but darn interesting:
> Maybe I'm dreaming, but if I heard what I think I did, the whole
> computer industry is about to start a new ball game.
> I believe I heard that Motorola just developed a CPU that runs at, not 7
> gigahertz but SEVENTY gigahertz.
> If that's true, and it can be produced in quantity and run without a
> liquid nitrogen bath, I'd say we just turned a big corner.
> I guess that's the end of encryption protection and the beginning of AI
> Might also mean some big changes at Intel?