Again I'm right..

CobraBoy (
Tue, 11 Feb 1997 22:07:03 -0800

Ok, so I made a joke about water cooled systems in the future, the exact
line was, "WTF they have radiators on Motocross bikes, why not computers?"
Actually I feel some sort of Freon (or whatever is legal now-a-days) based
system will be used. Hell, you've got lots of juice that can drive some
sort of AC pump.

regardless chalk another one up for CobraBoy....

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* Here's a couple of quotes from the article.
* "Scheduled to present a paper on a 300-MHz Klamath processor, Mustafiz R.
* Choudhury, design manager at Intel's Microprocessor Products group, in
* Santa Clara, Calif., instead disclosed that the processor is running at
* 433 MHz. And, he said, Intel researchers have seen 451-MHz operation in
* the laboratory...
* "However, Choudhury stressed that the processor is a technology
* disclosure and not an available product. The device's power dissipation
* bears this out. While he would not say how much power the chip
* dissipates, Choudhury admitted that it requires an ice-water heat sink to
* maintain an operational temperature. "



Until the application is written, it runs at 0 MIPS, regardless of the hardware you've got. - Steve Jobs

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