Been a long long time since i have started a thread here, so first i would like to say this looks a bit weird making this post (page that you use to create a thread/post) anyhoot, for a few years now we have been reading on the advancements of graphene. it will have many uses in the not too distant future, as its one of if not the strongest material known to mankind, with lots of other great properties. one of those properties is how it can be used to make processors (with a very friendly flow of electrons) that are not only way faster than our current silicone chips, but would also be much smaller and require much less power. Raise your hand if you have an Amazon Fire for your TV. It is slightly bigger than my wallet (since i dont keep cash in there). That will be the size of your desktop many years down the road, or maybe even smaller, such as a thumbdrive that you just plug into the back of your screen (if we even use them) moving this along, I am asking your opinion as to how much longer we will have to wait for the first batch of graphene processors to hit the market that will be mainstream and capable of being used for our every day activities, such as reading this post here, watching netflix, playing games, catching up on news, etc etc. Some of the older articles out there from 2014-2016 suggest that IBM may have it out by 2019, but that just does not seem realistic yet as I have not seen any good articles backing that claim up now that a couple of years have past. I can only hope that by 2025, we can finally get our hands on this new tech, lets face it, we aint getting any younger. Reported speeds for these chips are freakish, even at the low end of the spectrum. I have seen reports of them being able to handle 30GHz, up to 1THz. I will take anything in that range for sure, as i would imaging most of you would be happy with just 6GHz. Its really fascinating to think of, all the possibilities that is. Imaging playing a game that looked 99%+ like real life. something that just isnt possible today because our GPU's just can't handle the amount of processing it would take to do so, increased those speeds by 10,000, or more....and it just might be possible. But those artists who would be making said games, would have soo much more work on their hands, so perhaps we would need a compromise.....98% sounds good. Our monitors may also use graphene, as they are working on that as we speak as well. graphene pixels, hmm, not exactly sure how that would work, but i would imagine 4k would be like pong on Atari compared to this tech. So I say 2025, what year do you predict ??