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Computer Chips Record 9.1GHz with Liquid Helium Cooling

Software engineers have been testing a new frequency for CPUs, that use liquid helium as a coolant instead of liquid nitrogen, successfully reaching a performance of 9,100MHz thereby setting new a new record.

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