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Old 7th Dec 2012, 11:46   #1
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Researchers create 20nm '4-D' InGaAs transistors

New techniques could lead to sub-10nm breakthroughs.
http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardwar.../ingaas-20nm/1
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Old 8th Dec 2012, 11:28   #2
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ages ago - ibm made a cpu with internal water cooling pipes. looks like they might want to follow that up
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