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    Have you ever dreamed of having a super computer in your home? or playing a game with true lifelike graphics? Well your wish might come true sooner then you think because scientists have finally figured out how to turn Graphene into a working transistor and a single graphene transistor has been clocked at an astonishing 427 Ghz!
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    it's about time
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    Default Re: Graphene transistor clocked to 427GHZ!

    Imagine this question on our forum in the near future:
    "Newbie in OC need help to overclock the 427GHZ CPU to 500GHZ."

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