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Old 4th November 2004, 08:10   #1
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Processor Fabrication: How a CPU is Built

While it's nice to just look at the finished product itself, sometimes it's useful to go back and look at how it's made. Especially today in the silicon industry, where both major players in the x86 desktop market are having issues with their top end products. Another large member of the industry, IBM, is also finding the going at 90nanometer a lot harder than they predicted. Today on Sudhian, we'll take a look at just how a processor goes from essentially sand to a fully functioning integrated circuit, and all the steps in between

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Old 4th November 2004, 09:28   #2
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Moehaha now I can build my own processors
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what will you call it?
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LMAO!

That registered trademark symbol
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will you be using performance ratings?

Crap® 1200-

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will you be using performance ratings?

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Hm, maybe someting like

1+ for high end
0.5+ for mid range
and sell one single transistor as low end
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how will it perform in Doom3 ?
are you going to support dualcores
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further questions have to be directed to the indian monkey techsupport dep.
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