*at certain task to which it is well suited.
Its not just exponentially faster at everything (from what I understand) (supposedly theres task it does alot slower than current x86 cpu's).
Anyways quantum computers, require them to run really cold.... and you need to calibrate it, everytime its shut down or moved.
Imagine everytime you wanted to turn on your console, it would take a few hours to cooldown first,
and lock some of these particles into place, with the right spin ect, before you could boot it up.
Its not practical to make a consumer grade, mass produced quantum computer, for a gameing console.
it would be alot more expensive, bigger, louder, require much more calibration (at each home), and slower for gameing related stuff (most likely).
Its a bad idea, atleast currently, maybe these things change in the future.
You seem to have a hard time with reading comprehension.
Let me quote myself:
"You seem to have a hard time with reading comprehension."
Then let me cut it out for you ^-^ since you feel like replying in such a manner as well.
"But quantum computing is exponentially faster than current cpu tech. And faster computing is always a plus for gaming." - Hyand
Last edited by JRPGfan - on 22 January 2020
^ unless this is sarcasm (on your part) that I mis understood.
My entire point was its not actually "always faster", currently theres alot of tasks even the most modern and best current quantum computers are slower at then x86 cpus.
You wrote something factually in-correct.
Then I made a post about it, and now your like "you have a hard time with reading comprehension".
What? what am I missing? Did you read my post? since your quoteing me about reading comprehension?