While it is not possible to tell you exactly what to do instead, here are a few things you should've done a little bit differently to make this more pleasant and helpful for everyone:
Your title: "make opencomputers processors faster". You are asking a question in your post which you want answered, why not make that the title instead: "How do I increase or remove the limits of the CPU/RAM?"
This makes it easy at first glance for everyone to see what you try to accomplish
"make [...] processors faster" sounds like you are giving someone the command to do so, which is not good when asking questions.
What would've been even better is to ask a question in relation to your program(e.g. "How can I optimise a program for <this>?"), however that would require you to show the program to the community, which you seem unwilling to do so.(Also you should note that this decreases the chances of you getting help)
You should've clarified better what your actual problem was. E.g. "This program(<link to program>) is running slow, I tried <this and that> to optimise it, but it doesn't seem to work. I would be grateful for any ideas"
Your first reply: "right... how lovely... ONLY ONE COMPONENT CALL PER TICK!!! JESUS duckING CRIST... that most be a joke, right?
Screaming at people/Writing in all caps is not very well perceived by most and will not get you anywhere
This also doesn't add something really constructive to the discussion
Better would be something like: "This seems pretty slow. Is there any way to increase the component calls when in single player?"
I guess that reply was written in a lot of anger, but if you are angry at something, it might be better to write the post, not click submit, wait a few minutes until you've calmed down and think again if this post will be constructive in any way
"so i can see that buffer api thing have the standart gpu functions so i give the infomation to the buffer (eg buffer.set(2,2,0xff0000, 0, " ")) and the buffer api will only do a gpu.set opration when it has to limting unnessary gpu.set's? is that how that works?". This was actually a pretty good post:
It shows that you've checked out the topic and know what you are talking about
It states a clear question
The three posts here are a bit unnecessary and could've been put in one post asking "I've tried this: <code here> and it doesn't work. I have <this and that> problem."
These are just a few random thoughts about how you could've gotten/will get better help.