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When will they come out with a 256 bit OS or 1024 bit CPU? (69)

1 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2008-08-06 07:47 ID:eXui/RyR

So how long do you think it will be before such technoloogy is widely availble to the public?
10 years? Maybe 25?

60 Name: original poster : 2014-01-14 22:59 ID:uQRonXMy

This probably should have been posted to the tech board rather than here. Would it be possible for a moderator to move it?

61 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2014-01-28 05:51 ID:Heaven

this thread has been on this board for about 5.5 years. why move it now?

62 Name: atom : 2014-06-20 07:39 ID:AtBBl8va

hey if you get satisfied with this how can you be called science lover .

there is no certanity that homo sapiens want more than they got in every field if they want more if they want to store their memories in full hd from their mind to hard disk where is the problem real track deployment videography should be an alternative

63 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2014-07-03 17:12 ID:S0Vcz3Lt

Except an atom is not the smallest unit, so that's as arbitrary as saying "the universe is made out of 2 halves, so 2 bits should be enough for everyone!"

64 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2014-07-11 00:20 ID:D2eP3OXa

I think it would be separated that the PCs for citizen and the PCs for (Technical) Workers.
People not need such a High Speck Computers for their daily laisures.

65 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2014-07-20 08:29 ID:wOQYAa8S

It can be required the thread for this board?

66 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2014-07-27 17:37 ID:GmN9n+tC

it doesn't have anything to do with atoms.
The number of atoms in the entire observable universe is estimated to be within the range of 1078 to 1082.
It may be fundamental to mention that the ultimate entropy of the Universe is bound by the area of the de Sitter horizon in Planck units. The radius of the horizon is about 1060 Planck lengths so the area is 10120 Planck areas. The largest entropy that our Universe may carry is therefore about 10120 bits.

67 Name: Wow : 2015-05-03 22:15 ID:4UlVGuup

Wow look how old this post is! It's almost been a decade is still getting pushed!
So how is that prediction going about the 128 bit pc may happen thing?

68 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2015-06-14 23:39 ID:gKuqmTGp

Risc-V looks promising on that front, with support for a 128bit address space. And as well as that it the ISA free and open which is always a plus.

69 Name: Anonymous Scientist : 2015-07-03 19:28 ID:Heaven

I'd be more interested in a 128-qbit quantum computer.