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The "HC" logic ICs conduct a high current through them when they are linear amplifiers and the supply voltage is high. Circuit B has the inverter switching (square wave output) so it does not conduct the high current through it but circuit A has the inverter as a linear (...)
Different high speed logic families can work at the GHz range. For example, current mode logic (CML) and dynamic logic. Actually, these two families are used for frequency dividers for PLLs working at multi-GHz frequency.
I think that if you used two cascaded inventers with high current, and with large noise margin, it may increase da slope, or decreas rise and fall times..