No it's not, unfortunately. You can, with enough time and dedication, make a computer equivalent in bit-size, memory and most other pieces, but you'll never be able to exceed the clock speed of the host computer's CPU. It will actually always be significantly slower, regardless of what you do, due to having to go directly through the layer.Idlemessiah said:I wonder if it'd be possible to build a computer in Minecraft more powerful that that used to run Minecraft?
Though I suppose if you really wanted to, you could simply make a 256 bit CPU and perform 8-10 operations simultaneously. That might work, though I doubt it.