A CPU is a terrifically complex piece of hardware. Even Intel’s most lightweight Atom processors comprise more than 40 million transistors on a piece of silicon the size of a fingernail. And it isn’t only about numbers: the way these transistors implement the core logic that drives netbooks, set-top boxes and desktop PCs is the product of some seriously advanced electronic engineering.
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Issue: 335 | January/February 2015
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