Today's high-end GPU's are capable of multiple-teraflop computing power. But even a Core i7 975 @ 4.0 GHz is only capable of about 60-70 Gigaflops. Why don't CPU's have the raw computing power of GPU's? When will we see TFLOP processors in PC's? 2020? 2030? 1 Teraflop = 1,000,000,000,000 (Trillion) operations per second in floating points. 1 Gigaflop + 1,000,000,000 (Billion) operations per second in floating points. When will we see Petaflop GPU's? What kind of estimated computing power will we have in our computers in the year 2050 or even 2100?