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UNBOXING A QUANTUM COMPUTER! – Holy $H!T Ep 19

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But will it run Crysis?


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8 minutes ago, Vespertine said:

But will it run Crysis?

First to post, last to make that joke.

 

 

 

 

...actually you probably won't be.

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Just now, James said:

First to post, last to make that joke.

 

 

 

 

...actually you probably won't be.

Second to post, last to contradict yourself.


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I know the answer! He's not just stealing the parts, he's going to try and create some sort of computing monster!


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3 minutes ago, SafiMajid said:

oh they weren't in play-list. I was confused . @Daniel644

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yeah I figured that, when I was searching for the videos I noticed the playlist only listed 12 videos.

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So if you were to throw 2000 FahCore 21 work units at it at once how much PPD would that 2000Q make? Or are we talking exaflop numbers here? I'm curious that the video doesn't mention any benchmarks comparable to other supercomputers/clusters.

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@LinusTech 

 

Kelvin is the unit for absolute temperature, hence it should only be read as "[number] Kelvin" and be written as "[number] K" and NOT "degrees Kelvin". The term "degrees Celsius" or "degrees Fahrenheit" is designated because they have negative values. The lowest temperature in the Kelvin scale is "0 K" which is also equivalent to -273.15°C which is also equal to -459.67°F which is also known as the absolute zero. At this temperature, everything stops moving even electrons spinning in their orbits stops moving. Although some scientists have reached temperature just a few nanokelvins above the absolute zero [here]. My ears just hurt when I heard "degrees Kelvin". 😓

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Linus, what if you broke the water while stuffing it in your shirt


 

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Whilst i hate to be that guy, this isn't exactly a quantum computer. We refer to this as a 'quantum annealer'. This type of computer can solve one problem well, but how it maps to other problems is still unknown. Don't get me wrong, it is still really cool and very promising, still lots of unknowns however.

 A Universal Quantum Computer which instead uses quantum gate operations on qubits in order to perform quantum logic would be the end goal. The main contenders are ion trap quantum computation (which I'm PhDing on so am naturally biased towards) and superconducting qubits, but the maximum research labs have managed to produce is very few (less than 10 qubits). 

Here's a pretty cool photo of our quantum computer in Sussex, lots of lasers and 1000 times less air than outside the International Space Station. Oh and cold, 60uK (0.00006K) cold.

 

Any questions ask away.

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1.5 million views on YT, would not have guessed that this video would outperform the RGB build guide.

 

Also has anyone else noticed that most YT videos seem to get a large portion of their views the first day and then trickle off? P.sure videos had somewhat consistent view growth for the first week or so not too long ago.

 @nicklmg am I right about the views?

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7 hours ago, tecggst said:

1.5 million views on YT, would not have guessed that this video would outperform the RGB build guide.

 

Also has anyone else noticed that most YT videos seem to get a large portion of their views the first day and then trickle off? P.sure videos had somewhat consistent view growth for the first week or so not too long ago.

 @nicklmg am I right about the views?

YouTube's algorithm has moved to more of a "momentary" attention span. So yes, they share videos much more frequently in the first day or two, and less so in the longer term.
 

The algorithm also heavily favors sharing your latest upload over all others before it these days.

 

It's all about what is current these days, even down to the minute. Definitely different than in years past.


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Looks like it wasn't mentioned in the video. The faint chirping noise in the background is the from the cooler that's responsible to keep the quantum processor cool.

 

And a quantum computer at work

 


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