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Carbon Nanotubs and Buckyballs as Replacement for...


Everyone in Tech should know what Carbon Nanotubes are, but maybe not Buckyballs. But first a Primer:





Now simply producing those is expensive and not ready for Large Scale Production. So as a replacement for Silicone Semiconductors is out of the question for now. But I'm thinking if We could scale up manufacturing them at low prices, then all kinds of PC Tech could be developed.


Much faster RAM and SSDs for example. Or since GDDR6 is expensive anyway, that could be replaced first. Serious Gamers buy new dGPUs quicker then they build new PCs. 


I'm going to bed, so good night.

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