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Disaster Stupid motherboard pirating

Discussion in 'Modding' started by deadly-app, 2 Apr 2005.

  1. deadly-app

    deadly-app New Member

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    well i got tired of a hunk of silicon and fun stuff like that sitting in my parts bin, so i decided to ransack it :)

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  2. Fly

    Fly inter arma silent leges

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    arrrrrrrrrgh (like a pirate), there be silicon, avast and throw ye anchor...
     
  3. deadly-app

    deadly-app New Member

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    you woulda never thought that those darn chipsets would come off so easy :p
     
  4. Nath

    Nath Your appeal has already been filed.

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    Random destruction is always good. Well done. :D
     
  5. tm36usa

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    Yeah sometimes I have to urge to do the same. I ripped these apart for a holloween costume I was gonna make.

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    And i thought this was cool. I shaved the pins and opened the core on an old 486. The stock one its on the left and the modded (lol) is on the right. It looks super cool irl.

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    Just thought I would share.
     
  6. webbyman

    webbyman Hax.

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    :hehe: the other day i ripped appart an old 468, after i was tapping it with a screw driver it just fell appart :jawdrop:

    so then i pretty much ipped it appart and too a lookie at the silicon underneath :jawdrop: :naughty:
     
  7. Kipman725

    Kipman725 When did I get a custom title!?!

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    ooooo pretty you should encase it in resin and hang it on your wall.
     
  8. Bbq.of.DooM

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    I'm just thinking... if you cut the pins off a processor, wouldn't that make it socket-t? :D
     
  9. Firehed

    Firehed Why not? I own a domain to match.

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    lol you don't even need the electron microscope to see the layout of the chip :rock: Gogo 6 micron process! (well I think 8088 was 6 micron, I don't think the P1 had broken 1 micron though)

    All you with those misc salvagable chipset heatsinks... just going into a pile of crap.
     
  10. Dr.Roboto

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    wicked, im going to go smash up some old computers now too
     
  11. HAXOR

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    I've opened two Pentium 133MHz CPUs and the cores are BIGGER than the 486 cores. I have nine 486 chips in my processor collection, so I had a couple doubles of chips that I spared for my own enjoyment. :)
     
  12. Wolfe

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    If you take old proce3ssors, bake them on the stove for about 10-20 s, grab them with a pair of pliers, and wack them against something hard, you can knock the die covering plate off without damaging anything else.

    Pretty Colors!
     
  13. Agent11345a

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    I took an old P1 processor and drilled a hole through one corner to put through a keychain. It looked cool but stabbed me all the time in my pocket. Never really too the time to take off the pins. I just got rid of it.
     
  14. deadly-app

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    holy thread revival batman.
     
  15. WaLLaWaLLa92

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    My Friend Made keyring with a 2600+ 32-bit athlon , that decided it just wanted to randomly give up on life...:D
     

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