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Topic Title: New idea.
Topic Summary: Would it be possible?
Created On: 11/23/2010 05:58 PM
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 11/23/2010 05:58 PM
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Seejacobs
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I was wondering the other day.
Why processors don't have a direct sync to a hard drive for maximum efficiency.
Basically, the idea is, that there is a complete core with the motive of only fueling the actual hard drives files as opposed to loading separate material at a very limited speed.
The idea is sort of based off of the syncing processors together( crossfire ), with the two working hand in hand together.
Stupid idea? Good idea?

Please don't leave rude remarks, it's just a small idea.
 11/23/2010 07:57 PM
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Hard drives are soooo horribly slow compared to every other part in a computer that there really would be no point.

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 11/24/2010 04:22 PM
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Well, I just figured it may be a solution.
Thanks for the opinion.
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