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What separates your 3 pin transistors from a burnable cpu

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Edited by 8bitbacon at 2018-7-16 11:12

Ok so I want to share something that I had to predict before but now I found out I was right:

My thought was how does a burnable 8bit cpu remember the data you burned on it even after you power it off.. it is digital and no internal parts move to remember.



so I had to predict that the cpu stores power for years to keep the data in there states.

I found this video today that this guy actually confirms sd cards hold energy for years and years to keep the data in there spot, wow.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7JLXs5es7I&t=0s

so now, when you are making circuits with transistors like this (2 or 3 pin ones):

You should not be scared that your simple 2 transistor latch circuit can not remember what state you kept it on (0 or 1) when you powered it off because truthfully it will never turn off when you make it very nano sized and have your energy plan for it, it will always be on for years how you design it.



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