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The computer chip conspiracy.

1 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 03:01
Somethin aint right about computer chips.

So we are just supposed to believe that only 2 companies on Earth can successfully manufacture cpus?

That China, and Russia has been trying to make their own for decades but "cant" for "some reason"?

And we are just supposed to believe that cpu power doubles every year for the past 30 years?

It all just seems so...

artificial.

Like faked pre-planned "progress" being laid out, intentionally incrementally like some simulation, I conclude this is some sort of alien technology being rolled out incrementally and a pure advanced form of it has existed all along that is far superior to anything publically available.

There are some sort of non-human beings feeding us this technology and ordering the elites to only roll it out when they are told to do so.

The rivalry between AMD and Intel is so fake, if you look behind the scenes it is clear they are working in tandem with each other.
2 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 03:33
it's not some big conspiracy it's literally just capitalism.
3 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 04:08
>>1
youre so fucking stupid OP
4 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 04:42
>>1
aw sweet a schizo post!
5 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 05:15
take ur medz
6 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 05:32
>>1
Build one transistor
now build one billion transistors
try to connect 20 transistors to a full adder
(before answer the question why you need 20 transistors).
Than consider how to connect the billion transistors to a circuit that make sense
Now try to reduce the space filles by this transistros (at this stage several football fields) to less than 1 square inch.
Consider which machines you need to construct to generate these circuits.
Try to find companies that build/sell these machines.
Try to find people that construct/build/handle these machines.
Imagine how much expertise and money you will need.
Ps. Peaking about conspitatio theory, noboby ever mention the relation between incel and intel.
7 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 05:49
>>1
Its not that China and Russia can't build their own chips.

It's that its not worth doing so because intel and AMD have significant first mover advantages and are driving each other so tightly with competition third parties don't have time to catch up.
8 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 06:06
>>1
must be the Jewish lizard people at it again, not the rampant uncheck corporate capitalism that’s built its self a monopoly on uneasy supply chains
9 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 06:23
>>8
this retard doesn't realize that supply shortages are how new business opportunities are created
Literally working as intended.
10 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 06:39
>>1
Fucking obviously. Are you just realizing this now?
11 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 06:56
>>1
china has x86 chips because they figured out how to make them. china's supercomputers use ARM chips which are based on open source design. the US uses intel chips with nvidia chips on the side. IBM. still makes their own cpus, which are not used by average people, but instead in giant supercomputers and they're hot swappable boards. i want a job at IBM and i don't consider them dead at all. they are also pioneering quantum chips.

x86 chips from intel or AMD are superior, probably to anyone, even china. a CPU has 40+ layers of channels. it would really help to actually have a CS degree and take the early course where you learn assembly and how a CPU actually works. personally, i like to think about curious things like what state the transistors are all in when the CPU gets power and is waiting for the magic number to begin waiting for the OS to load. is it possible to get it to do some calculator math before you send the magic number? this is the sort of thing i'd bring up at a smoke break if i got job at IBM.
12 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 07:13
>>11
(the magic number is a set value it's waiting to see. it's some hex value determined in the industry decades ago)
13 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 07:30
>>11
oh, also, when they make CPUs, it costs more than a nuclear powered submarine to build the plant and not only is the air as clean as humanly possible, they use pure water. it's h2o but it's pure dihydrogen monoxide. if you drank it, it would suck the minerals out of your body and kill you. it costs a lot of money and it's probably cleaner than the fucking chinese lab covid was leaked from.
14 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 07:47
>>7
/thread
15 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 08:05
>>1
There are only really 2 companies in the world that manufacture high quality silicon wafers, TSMC and Samsung. In order to produce high quality cpus you need high quality silicon. TSMC makes over 90% of the world's supply and will not sell to China because they are Taiwanese based. Not to say China doesn't have the means to obtain good silicon, but its definitely a limiting factor. Its easier for them to just buy American made CPUs and use them for their own purposes.
16 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 08:38
>>11
Not a CS degree, more like an electrical engineering degree.
17 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 09:12
>>1
Russia has been making its own CPUs for decades, they're just proprietary to their region.
There's nothing really high tech in processors, its just that in the west CPU's are driven by consumer demand for commercial electronics.
Most CPU's will be obsolete anyway, replaced by ARM design RISC processors. We are steadily seeing that happen because ARM chips are cheap and low power and much easier to design and have fewer errata burned into silicon.
18 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 09:45
Interesting point, please expand on it.
19 Name: SFBEkills 2021-11-06 10:19
>>1
Calling u a retard from my alien given tech :O
20 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 10:53
21 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 11:26
>>20
Kill the jews
22 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 12:01
>>9

Supply chains arent built by startups with VC funding. They form in conjuction with growing markets and collaboration with governments building proper infrastructure.

Late stage capitalism creates this mess by allowing monopolies to form, then driving down the short term costs at the expense of long term risks in a giant race to the bottom.
23 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 12:34
24 Name: Anonymous 2021-11-06 13:25
>>22
And when long term risks are realized, markets are ripe for growing again

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