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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #11
(10-13-2015, 03:12 PM)Mafia Wrote: I see what you mean. Thanks for correcting me, I've only just started getting into electronics, please keep these coming and/or other cool things!

Give me topics and if I know them well enough I would be happy to do a write up.
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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #12
This is one of the most high quality threads I have ever read on any forum in years. Although it is very old, the information still looks relevant and I am eager to start learning. Thank you very much for writing this. I will be learning from this in my free time.

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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #13
(10-03-2017, 01:02 AM)Sunny. Wrote: This is one of the most high quality threads I have ever read on any forum in years. Although it is very old, the information still looks relevant and I am eager to start learning. Thank you very much for writing this. I will be learning from this in my free time.

Are you going to school for something similar? I wrote this back when I was in my senior year for engineering.
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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #14
(10-03-2017, 01:36 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote:
(10-03-2017, 01:02 AM)Sunny. Wrote: This is one of the most high quality threads I have ever read on any forum in years. Although it is very old, the information still looks relevant and I am eager to start learning. Thank you very much for writing this. I will be learning from this in my free time.

Are you going to school for something similar? I wrote this back when I was in my senior year for engineering.

I always wanted to take computer science. Since the world now practically already runs on computers, it would be great to pursue a career in computer science. You took computer engineering?

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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #15
Brought me back to computer architecture class with this one. Reminds me of how much you actually forget after school. Kinda disappointing actually. Now I'm depressed, thanks.
"If you’re the smartest person in the room, you’re in the wrong room."

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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #16
(10-03-2017, 01:47 AM)Sunny. Wrote:
(10-03-2017, 01:36 AM)phyrrus9 Wrote:
(10-03-2017, 01:02 AM)Sunny. Wrote: This is one of the most high quality threads I have ever read on any forum in years. Although it is very old, the information still looks relevant and I am eager to start learning. Thank you very much for writing this. I will be learning from this in my free time.

Are you going to school for something similar? I wrote this back when I was in my senior year for engineering.

I always wanted to take computer science. Since the world now practically already runs on computers, it would be great to pursue a career in computer science. You took computer engineering?

Yes, my degree is in computer engineering. It's a good mix of electrical and compsci
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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #17
Great! Might I need in the future

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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #18
Thanks for this guide dude

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RE: Intro to CPU design [All parts] #19
(10-03-2017, 06:34 AM)Altair Wrote: Great! Might I need in the future

(10-03-2017, 09:30 AM)MesaGFX Wrote: Thanks for this guide dude

Alright guys what is with all the random LQ posts on this thread? Like I get it if you just found the thread or whatever, but if you're gonna respond at least add some substance. Ask a question, tell me what you liked, whatever. I don't want to know that my posts are nice, I want to have a conversation about them.
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