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|System Name||Gaming temp// HTPC|
|Processor||AMD A6 5400k // A4 5300|
|Motherboard||ASRock FM2A75 PRO4// ASRock FM2A55M-DGS|
|Cooling||Xigmatek HDT-D1284 // stock phenom II HSF|
|Memory||4GB 1600mhz corsair vengeance // 4GB 1600mhz corsair vengeance low profile|
|Storage||64gb sandisk pulse SSD and 500gb HDD // 500gb HDD|
|Display(s)||acer 22" 1680x1050|
|Power Supply||Seasonic G-450 // Corsair CXM 430W|
I dont know if we will ever be able to compute real time life. With the limitations of size the only possible way would be quantum processing.
Yes i know it does not really work like that and the max transistor speed does not mean how fast the transistors can work in a chip but my point is there is a bunch of new tech that could replace current form silicone chips that could give one hell of a speed boost, personally i can't wait for us to hit the wall down around 8 or 10nm or whatever it will be.