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revolution
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A nice shot of the Barcelona die.

Do you have links to other die pics?

[edit] Updated broken link.


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Post 18 Mar 2009, 16:13
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vid
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Is the CPU somehow fucked up, or did you mean "dye" instead of "die"?
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I meant die, I think this is the correct term.


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Post 19 Mar 2009, 00:09
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What for?
It looks like abstract art to me Laughing
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abstract art .. nope.. looks more like a small city..
If you look real hard you can see revolutions house! Laughing


Cool pics!
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I almost forgot, sandpile.org has picture of many processor die:

http://www.sandpile.org/impl/k7.htm
(scroll down to the "Miscellaneous" labeled row),
for example.
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bitRAKE wrote:
http://www.sandpile.org/impl/k7.htm
(scroll down to the "Miscellaneous" labeled row),
for example.
Eww, those are ugly low res.

Nice = high res Smile
Borsuc wrote:
What for?
No particular reason, just for interest.
dosin wrote:
If you look real hard you can see revolutions house!
But you can't see what I am doing inside my house. Twisted Evil
Post 19 Mar 2009, 02:25
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If you know what you're looking at you can pick out the onboard ram, which are the groups of squares. I would normally think the ones in the center but, since this is probably a quad-core chips(?), it might be the interconnects, in which case the squares at the bottom would be the ram. Of course, it might be both.

If it is quad-core, you can make out all 4 processors. The circular stuff at the top might have to do with filtering and voltage regulation.

I used to be able to pick out just about everything looking at the die but it's been a while.
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revolution wrote:
But you can't see what I am doing inside my house. Twisted Evil


"It's time for androgeny ... here comes Pat!" Wink
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At first I thought this thread was about cpu death. Confused
I hope my cpu doesn't die...
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yeah... motherboards usualy die faster Very Happy

nice pictures! i very like such art!
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This shows a "Dunnington" Xeon core. This has 6 cores, you can see the three areas where the 3 x dual-cores are arranged. You can also see the Fast L1 caches (6 x 16kB+16kB) embedded within each core. Connected directly adjacent to each core is the slower 3 x 3MB L2 caches. Surrounding the cores is the slowest L3 cache (1 x 16MB) scattered around into whatever space it could fit.


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This is an AMD K10 showing just the CPU portion with the L1 cache. The other caches are not shown.
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vid wrote:
Is the CPU somehow fucked up, or did you mean "dye" instead of "die"?
Definitely looks F'd.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/intelphotos/sets/72157604260756146/
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Does anyone know how they make those perfectly isometric images. Every macro-shot at an angle has some fogginess, but the top-down hi-res images are really nice Very Happy

I guess they don't use a regular lens for these at all, but maybe some scanning technique.
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This is the Fujitsu Venus Sparc64 VII Eight core processor.

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The most power Processor in the planet now.
It can work at 128 Giga-Flops per seconds.
And this its DIE:

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[larger image of the 4004] ...and the Z80...

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I like the see through images - modern ICs have many layers.

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Intel Atom, My favorite processor on the market right now.
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