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Why pipelining cannot operate at its maximum theoretical speed?

Maximum theoretical is when we say that it takes same time to process an instruction in pipeline and non pipeline circuit.

So why pipelining cannot operate at its maximum theoretical speed?
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Maximum theoretical is when we say that it takes same time to process an instruction in pipeline and non pipeline circuit.

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Because it has stage delays and there are buffers between each stage to avoid data dependencies using the technique operand forwarding.

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