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Faster calculations

Reshamorash
Beginner
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Good morning, I didn’t know how processors work, and I understood how to do calculations. We can greatly improve your processors, by doing this trick, no one knows this. And it works on current hardware, read this:

 

When the processor has to do calculations it should change them to binary, it’s the only way to do

them.

 

But it should use „thinking”, that’s how I call dividing the calculations into many more, and having them all in memory for example the computer would „know” that 6 + 4 = 10, which is next number would be increased by one.

 

The least numbers that computer can remember is binary, but you can use more numbers, like 10, and write them binary way in computer. Then it requires more memory, but it’s much more effective. I think that even very demanding games would work on almost every your processor. I wrote it to everyone that makes processors, please tell me, if it would work. Besides, earlier, the results of calculations are mostly known, and can be saved in RAM memory.

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AlHill
Super User
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Interesting...  It would require a systematic evidential synthesis of the classic Von Neumann architecture, where conceptualized empirical determinism would be realized.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
[Maybe Windows 12 will be better]

AndrewG_Intel
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