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3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?

Very useful power efficiency control products.
2 (3%)
Software Defined Electricity is the future!
1 (1.5%)
Nothing new, all been done before.
4 (6.1%)
Not sure / don't know.
5 (7.6%)
Probably mostly just snake oil / scam.
54 (81.8%)

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #200 on: September 26, 2019, 12:14:59 am »
As far as debunking goes, you are a moron who should spend less time on this forum than you do.

You're *this* close to getting banned. Stop it.

Can we at least lock this stupid thread? It's been going in circles for months now, it's not adding anything IMHO.
 
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #201 on: September 26, 2019, 01:58:13 am »
Can we at least lock this stupid thread? It's been going in circles for months now, it's not adding anything IMHO.

I don't get these bits, is someone somehow forcing you to click on it, there's many threads here I hate and think should be removed such as the Three Word Story, TEA, any with subjects of "Question" or "Help" I get around this awful problem by just never clicking on them.
Of course it would be different if ppl were killing each other or it was spilling into other threads, but as long as it's on topic and in the right group I can't see the problem me-self. As someone else said it is or was educational, and quite fun at times.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #202 on: September 26, 2019, 02:35:53 am »
I don't get these bits, is someone somehow forcing you to click on it, there's many threads here I hate and think should be removed such as the Three Word Story, TEA, any with subjects of "Question" or "Help" I get around this awful problem by just never clicking on them.
Of course it would be different if ppl were killing each other or it was spilling into other threads, but as long as it's on topic and in the right group I can't see the problem me-self. As someone else said it is or was educational, and quite fun at times.

It is extremely rare that I ever suggest that a thread be locked, but when it is circling around and around and around and going nowhere except swapping insults, some veiled and some not so much, what is the point really? I mean yeah it's not that big of a deal, I never suggested it was, but it's a bit pointless IMHO.

I would care even less if I could put an unlimited number of threads on my ignore list but I seem to have hit that limit and every time I hit ignore on a thread it resurrects some other thread I have long ago ignored.
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #203 on: September 26, 2019, 03:18:33 am »
This is the dodgy tech section, expect actual nutters to show up here.

I mean, there's a recent thread here with a real free energy nut. ::)
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #204 on: September 26, 2019, 04:18:57 am »
I worry that if this thread is locked, or the 3dfs guy is banned, nobody will ever hear from them again and we'd lose out on some laughs.
 
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #205 on: September 26, 2019, 11:28:58 am »

Now, conceptually, what is the pushback behind Task Oriented Optmial Computing. It is a software based computing method that can be embedded into any processor (replacing the existing software) and more efficiently manages the processor and is able to extract orders of magnitude more computing power from that processor. In addition, multiple processors can be paralleled together for even more computing power. This is the key to all of our technology, computing power.

Is the pushback here or further down the line?

That is just a load of codswallop!

How can you get more computing power out of a processor by adding your own software to ANY other software developed for that processor?
 
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #206 on: September 26, 2019, 11:49:12 am »
what software are you replacing?
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #207 on: September 26, 2019, 11:54:22 am »
So this is software from a specific manufacturer?
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #208 on: September 26, 2019, 12:07:25 pm »
So what does this software do?
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #209 on: September 26, 2019, 12:42:56 pm »
[...] is able to extract orders of magnitude more computing power from that processor. In addition, multiple processors can be paralleled together for even more computing power. This is the key to all of our technology, computing power.

Is the pushback here or further down the line?
I think one can start here. In my book, an order of magnitude is a tenfold increase. Here the plural is used, so let's say at least 1.5 OoM (just to be kind).
That is a 30-fold increase in "computing power" for a given processor.
Sorry, but extraordinary statements require extraordinary evidence.
Application specific computer languages are one dime a dozen.

This might just be a communication and language problem.
I would say cdoerfler is not the right guy to speak to EEs, or like minded persons, but he should be well aware of this by now.
Words are important.

If they have such a revolutionary technology, they should also have someone that understands and can explain it in a technical way.
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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #210 on: September 26, 2019, 01:18:49 pm »
So what does this software do?

It is all of the software required to deliver the computing power that we have. The interaction with the processor and the data processing, compiler, etc.

What does the software that you are replacing do?
 

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Re: 3DFS's VectorQ Digital Electricity Technology ?
« Reply #211 on: September 26, 2019, 01:35:02 pm »
So what does this software do?

It is all of the software required to deliver the computing power that we have. The interaction with the processor and the data processing, compiler, etc.

What does the software that you are replacing do?

processes data, interacts with processor

And there ends your trolling. You can't/won't answer simple questions.
 
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