The Problem with Power
The need for speed has been a key mantra since the introduction of electronic computers. Faster means more calculations per second, which equates to more functionality at the system level. Faster processors also typically consume more power and generate more heat. Semiconductor chips are OK with heat up to a point, beyond which reliability begins to drop like a stone.
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