Subject: How Fast Could You Get A Superconducor CPU To Go?
Date: Sun Apr 21 00:25:32 2002
Posted by Nathan
Grade level: 10-12
School: Winston Church Hill High School
City: Lethbridge State/Province: Alberta
Area of science: Computer Science
If you made a CPU out of a Superconductor, and cooled it it the required
temperature, how fast could you get it to go? With no resistance you could
increase the voltage to something like 10 volts or more, and decrease the amps,
to keep the CPU alive, you would get a 1000 MHz CPU to run at 6666.66 MHz. That
is if the voltage was a 1.5 to begin with.
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