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ATTiny45V Die Photos

Check out these photos by Travis Goodspeed of an ATTiny45V chip die. It’s bigger sibling, the ATTiny85V, is used in the TV-B-Gone kit, and would look very similar, except for more memory. (I believe) the homogenous rectangles left of center in the top picture are the Flash modules.

Travis has been taking die photos for quite some time, and has a rather impressive set on Flickr. See also his “chip logos” set and his “chip artwork” set.


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1 Comment

  1. If you like this, then Flylogic’s Analytical Blog is also a pretty cool place to visit. They decap secure ICs and microcontrollers and post hi-res photos of it 🙂

    link -> http://www.flylogic.net/blog/

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