Your math is correct, but we're talking about a 128 gigabit chip, so the chip's capacity is 16 gigabytes (if it were configured that way).correct me if my math is wrong, but wouldn't that come out to 2gb a chip than...
i always just translate the number to be gigabyte and make assumptions that way instead of gigabit
it would be really nice if toms stopped using abbreviations when the abbreviation isn't obvious, and did a conversion for us into something more commonly used.
like how internet is rated at 75mbit but really comes to about 5-7 megabyte down
Well, this time you have a decimal place error....quick math here
50000/70685 (waffer base price estimate)
.70 cents per square mm
3.4x3.4 = 1156
and its at this point i realized that something is wrong in my math... or in current prices on wafferes, one of the two...