Slackware wrote:I'm at a loss, hasn't every computer used buses to connect cpu to ram? even amd's hyper transport IS a bus still.
The trisisters will increase the data on the bus by 50%. That will improve things more. But I pity the programmers., yes, no, and maybe is going to make software coding a nightmare.
But he is wrong about brains power curve, it goes off the chart you do the nasty. Inefficiency in the most used processes is NOT a good idea.
Well that's the issue.
Every computer AFAIK since the 50's has followed the Von Neumann architecture and it seems to us that there is no other way. Computers systems have to follow the form of input->processing/Storage->Output. We are so used to it, it's hard to think of anything else.
That's where the bottlenecks occur.
Consider a brain - it's a really bad analogy for a standard computer because it's not really anything like a computer.
One of the features of brains that sets them apart from computers (as I understand it) is that there is no physical distinction between storage and processing and information. It's all the same thing.
If the VN model is reaching it's upper levels of performance then perhaps it's time to look at other models.