- 6 months ago
I'm curious, why don't we see CPUs out there that are Pop-Tart sized to allow dramatically more current, produce less heat per square millimeter and be able to push 7 or even 8ghz per core?
I don't understand why this doesn't exist. My pc has the space. 1,200w power supplies exist. My wall outlet can push more than enough power. A PC tower surely has enough room to fit appropriately-sized cooling. Motherboards could be made to allow a new socket-type.
Why are companies ONLY fishing for 1nm+++ production on smaller and smaller chips? Why not have one division focused on making a fat, wide, bulky CPU that's pushing 2v and 8ghz for ultra-high performance users?
What am I missing?