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Graphene transistor clocked to 427GHZ!
Have you ever dreamed of having a super computer in your home? or playing a game with true lifelike graphics? Well your wish might come true sooner then you think because scientists have finally figured out how to turn Graphene into a working transistor and a single graphene transistor has been c...
How long until we see graphene CPUs?
For those of you that are familiar, how long do you think it'll be before we see graphene replace silicon in modern CPUs?For those of you that aren't familiar with graphene, here's an article that gives an explanation:
Thermene (graphene) thermal paste: Tried?
Has any one tried Thermene (graphene based) thermal paste on their mini (or other Mac)? I've used TX-4 and AS5 on my 2012 2.6Ghz and 2011 2.0Ghz with good results (more so with TX-4) but this Thermene stuff is cutting edge. Just wondering if anyone has had any experi...
First graphene-based flexible display produced
A flexible display incorporating graphene in its pixels? electronics has been successfully demonstrated by the Cambridge Graphene Centre and Plastic Logic, the first time graphene has been used in a transistor-based flexible device. First graphene-based flexible displa...
Graphene heat conductivity
Headline from phys.org is a bit deceptive, but nonetheless interesting:Physicists show unlimited heat conduction in graphene Now all we need is a convenient way to conduct that heat away from our boxes. Air is such a lousy heat conductor. But it is fairly convenient.
IBM builds graphene chip that’s 10,000 times faster, using standard CMOS process
IBM builds graphene chip that’s 10,000 times faster, using standard CMOS processes Quote:Engineers at IBM Research have built the world’s most advanced graphene-based chip, with performance that’s 10,000 times better than previous graphene ICs. The key to the breakthrough is a new manufacturin...
427 GHz Graphene Transistor Clocked.
Quote:Graphene is wickedly conductive, which is important. A graphene transistor was clocked at 427 GHz. Not to get all Doc Brown on it—427 GHZ!—but that’s insane in the membrane (i.e., insane in the brai...
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