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1 terahertz processor?


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aerostarlegacy

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Has anyone heard of the rumors that alienware unveiled a new terahertz precessor?
it is supposed to have liquid hydrogen cooling, and an fsb of about 500 ghz.

I personally don't belive it.

but i'm ready to be swayed!

----edit----

I think it does not exist, after much googleing and dogpileing and all that, i have absolutly no info.

so, never mind about the cool superfast processor.

dang it

Edited by aerostarlegacy, 23 February 2006 - 12:30 PM.

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dsenette

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a link to where you read that would be great....can't find reference to it
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highly doubt it- but it would be nice :tazz:
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THz - Abbreviation for terahertz. A unit of measurement of frequency, also known as cycles per second. One TeraHertz (THz) is equal to 1012 (10 to the power of 12)hertz (Hz) or one thousand gigahertz (GHz).

since we're just now breaking the 3 GHz mark...and moving forward...i think it's gonna be a while
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Liquid hydrogen cooled, the thing would costs 10s of thousands of pounds a day to run.
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