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    Intel unveils Horse Ridge cryogenic control SoC

    The chip will replace the hundreds of wires used for Quantum Computer cooling control.
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    Re: Intel unveils Horse Ridge cryogenic control SoC

    I read this and wonder just how Intel can mess up quantum computers for us like they did microprocessors. If there is a quantum equivalent of segment addressing, far pointers, insane register pressure and generally inefficient architecture I'm sure they can find it.

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    Re: Intel unveils Horse Ridge cryogenic control SoC

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    I read this and wonder just how Intel can mess up quantum computers for us like they did microprocessors. If there is a quantum equivalent of segment addressing, far pointers, insane register pressure and generally inefficient architecture I'm sure they can find it.
    Yes, that's right, Intel are notoriously inefficient. gud point xD

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    Re: Intel unveils Horse Ridge cryogenic control SoC

    Quote Originally Posted by DanceswithUnix View Post
    I read this and wonder just how Intel can mess up quantum computers for us
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    I read it and wondered what all the weird words meant!
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    Re: Intel unveils Horse Ridge cryogenic control SoC

    Interesting. But i heard, the the only working quantum computer is posessed by Google.

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    Re: Intel unveils Horse Ridge cryogenic control SoC

    Quote Originally Posted by sinhaomar View Post
    Interesting. But i heard, the the only working quantum computer is posessed by Google.
    Did you Google that?

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