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Windows 7: 1,000 Core CPU Achieved: Your Future Desktop Will Be a Supercomputer

02 Mar 2012   #31
Layback Bear

Windows 10 Pro. 64/ version 1709 Windows 7 Pro/64

Once again I have read all the posts on this subject and it got my pea brain working again. That's good. It will do the same for Intel. Intel trying to come up with new designs for the future will guide and advance their knowledge. What I call tinkering, they will find what is possible and what is not at this time and what may be possible in the future. In my opinion they are tinkering for the future and I like that idea. Intel will come up with something new and great with the gained knowledge. This new knowledge may or may not be marketable at the time of discovery. What man kind can program today will most likely not be the same as tomorrows programing. Those that laugh at Intel are using today's technology to do the laughing while Intel's R&D is for tomorrows technology. I give companies like Intel a pat on the backside for the R&D work they are doing today for tomorrows computing.

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14 Mar 2012   #32

Windows 7 x64 Professional

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jimbo45 View Post
Hi there

With this sort of hardware availablle wouldn't it be great now if the Bank could STILL get my paycheck into my account in less than 3 days !!!!

Any Bankers on this Forum -- what actually happens to this money that's 3 days in transit -- it is immediately debited out of ACCOUNT A (say agency / your employer or whatever) and takes 3 days before being credited to your private account say ACCOUNT B unless you pay a swindingly extortionate 15 EUR for "Same day Transmission".

Fast computers can do this stuff in MICROSECONDS. !!! A 1000 Core machine would have the transmission completed even before the remote user had lifted his finger off the enter key. Fractions of a NANOSECOND would be in order.

This money must be "Somewhere" and if the Bank is using it to make money WITHOUT MY PERMISSION -- technically it's STEALING as they are "borrowing My money" without my permission then why don't I get Stock exchange Interest rates on it.

Why in the days of 1000 core computers does this stuff STILL take so long -- most Banks spend trillions on decent IT infrastructure too (I'm not saying anoything about their call centers -- that's an unspeakable horror best suited for venting my anger elsewhere).

You could always try claim the lost interest on your tax return...
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