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Old August 2, 2009, 11:05 AM
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Originally Posted by bojangles View Post
Intel's roadmap says that we should be able to hit 11 nm, but you would have no idea just how much leakage current would be inside those chips. Gates that are a mere two to three atoms thick is going to cause a lot of problems. I think it's time we start looking into memristor technology and other things, because I can just see physics getting in the way.

Here's a good read:

Quantum tunnelling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yeah, nice!
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