So, I got a little bored this morning and while looking at my box of pentium III slotted processors I said to myself: "self: wouldnt it be ub3r 1337 if you had teh pentium 3 keychain, self: it would rawx my sawx". Okay so it didnt go entirely like that, but you get the point. The process for this is quite simple. The only tools I needed for this keychain was: Small butane torch (radio shack iron with torch bit) needle-nose plyers, though regular ones would work a drill to make the keychain hole Basically what you do is run the torch over the back of the pcb where the processor is soldered onto, and as you are doing that tap the pcb on a table to see if you can knock the proc off, watch out for solder as well. If at first it does not come off keep doing so until you do. My pcb smoked a little but it certainly is not going to kill you. Once the processor is off it will have gobs of solder stuck to the back, be careful it is quite hot at this point. This is where the plyers come in. Holding the chip with the plyers at corner tightly run your torch over the back with the solder and knock it on the table to knock the excess solder off. Dont keep the torch in one spot too long, but dont fret the chip's construction is meant to take a good amount of heat. Once done just drill your keychain hole, and enjoy Pictures: Im sure everyone has one of these little numbers laying around... Board removed, and then heating up the back of the pcb with my torch The processor removed, and then the back cleaned off Keychain added to the processor Action shots in my palm, the palms of doom And an obligatory shot up against its older brother the Pentium II keychain Another PIII liberated from the clutches of the evil ruler slotian An intersting note is that this chip is the exact same package as the mobile PIII found in my ibm laptop. Thanks for taking a look.