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Moores Law: of Microprocessor Transistor Counts

Moores Law: of Microprocessor Transistor Counts

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Moore's law says that the number of transistors on computer chips - roughly equivalent to computer processing power - doubles about every two years. This graphic gives a visual representation of the growth in microprocessors from 1971 to 2013.
Legend: Each green box represents 2,000 transistors. Every second order of magnitude change is represented by a new colour box. Each blue box represents 100 green boxes and therefore represents 200,000 transistors. Each pink box represents 100 blue boxes and each orange box represents 100 pink boxes.
Moore's law says that the number of transistors on computer chips - roughly equivalent to computer processing power - doubles about every two years. This graphic gives a visual representation of the growth in microprocessors from 1971 to 2013.
Legend: Each green box represents 2,000 transistors. Every second order of magnitude change is represented by a new colour box. Each blue box represents 100 green boxes and therefore represents 200,000 transistors. Each pink box represents 100 blue boxes and each orange box represents 100 pink boxes.

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Published by: edmontonjournal on Apr 05, 2014
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