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Tuesday, 24 April 2007 18:50

Old CPU pictured naked

Written by test1
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What we never saw


A beautiful and fascinating gallery of old PC processors can be found on inside photo gallery. The amazing part is that this isn't just a regular "cold" gallery. The photographer went an extra mile, and disassembled the processors, taking (for some) breathtaking pictures of the processors inside.

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Even though we have seen and used these processors when they were a hit, we never had a chance to see what's hiding beneath the ceramic top. Pictures of 486 processors bring back a lot of nice memories.

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