Researchers Use Calculation Errors To Greatly Improve Processor Speed And Power Efficiency

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OCFRED

Sounds like an "improbability core", like a digital slot and round and it spins and when it stops "who knows?"

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rubyhoward

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Ghost XFX

*Sniff...Sniff*
I'm smelling AMD jokes coming out of this article...

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limitbreaker

so if i do 2+2 it will 1 out of 400 times say something like 5? i don't like it, it will breed chips that deviate from the software and gain self awareness and take over the world.

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Mortal_M

They should call this chip Skynet!

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essjay22

I'm thinking positronic brains , the first step.

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limitbreaker

yeah i would like that better than skynet, who doesnt like LT.Data

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Pruneface

yeah! Prune it up!

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CPPCrispy

I wonder if they could make it so that the processor could selectively use error correction. For instance, if you are saving/editing your vacation photos, the processor will use error correction. If, on the other hand, you are playing a game, it would not use error correction. That way you would have the best of both worlds, error correction when you need it, and no error correction when you don't.

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illusionslayer

Well there goes the last 30 years of mathematical progress made in gaming. Who cares if we have proper reflections, lighting that looks somewhat normal, and physics that aren't from a cartoon, we can save a bit of energy without those things.

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