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Old 2013-02-09, 06:40
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Originally Posted by joshuajohn89 View Post
I do not understand the poor reception to this suggestion so far; I think the option for such a fail-safe is an excellent idea.

Mind you, I don't know much about these sorts of things, so this is really just conjecture on my part, but I still think it is a very interesting idea.
Please provide sample computer code on how this request would be implemented.

HINT: The 'too slow' message means the CPU cannot keep up with the required processing per unit time - the CPU's ability to process information is maxed out.

Before you respond, keep your secrets to yourself...here's the website for jobs at Intel: http://www.intel.com/jobs/

No offense intended...just saying...when you run out of processing power, you're done.

...How would you push a processor past its ability to process?
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