Pauli Rautakorpi’s silicon CPU and chip Die Shots on Wikimedia Commons #Art #Silicon #VintageComputing
Taking pictures of silicon chips is an art as the circuitry most often is hidden beneath case material. Once liberated, the beauty of the circuitry is outstanding. Here we’ve found a beautiful collection on Wikimedia Commons:
I’m Pauli Rautakorpi and my project is to take die shots of as many CPUs and other interesting chips as possible. I use this page to present my die shots in a well organized way so that you can easily see all members of different chip classes and families that I’ve covered so far.
I’m still taking and releasing more die shots as soon as I get more chips and dies and have enough time.
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