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Calculate transfer time while accounting for loss of conductivity and speed over circuits [closed]
So based on my limited understand of how computers work I derived the following question. As you transfer things over circuits the circuits heat up. As they heat up they lose conductivity and ...
Aug 20 '13 at 15:04
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