A Transistor For Every Man, Woman, and Child

Rubycon

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That's a different way of looking at the complexity of Titan's silicon. :cool:
 

AnandThenMan

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Well except each person on the planet contains trillions of particles, so the total complexity is not even remotely comparable. ;)
 

Eureka

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Each human brain has nearly 1E11 neurons. Each neuron has the function of a transistor, so to speak. Gives you quite the perspective on things, on how far we have to go. And it runs at roughly 20W, in comparison.
 
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hyrule4927

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I assumed you were giving out transistors. Misleading title is misleading. :biggrin:
 

Greenlepricon

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Each human brain has nearly 1E11 neurons. Each neuron has the function of a transistor, so to speak. Gives you quite the perspective on things, on how far we have to go. And it runs at roughly 20W, in comparison.

So if we hook up a human brain to a monitor and have it think up some games we'll all be golden :cool: Drive both Nvidia and AMD out of the gpu market and stop this war! VC&G peace at last
 

Eureka

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So if we hook up a human brain to a monitor and have it think up some games we'll all be golden :cool: Drive both Nvidia and AMD out of the gpu market and stop this war! VC&G peace at last

Better yet, turn off your computer, go to the library, get a book and let that rendering power stretch its legs.




Ah who am I kidding? Nobody on VC&G reads a book.
 

Yuriman

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Better yet, turn off your computer, go to the library, get a book and let that rendering power stretch its legs.




Ah who am I kidding? Nobody on VC&G reads a book.

Do audiobooks count?
 

KingFatty

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*Note - no actual transistors
 

lehtv

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And going by the number of them that post in the PC Gaming forum, they don't actually use their video cards either. ;)

Their video cards are probably busy reading books in the library.