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Taking a look at the die of the LGA 775 Prescott

Posted on Friday, December 19 2003 @ 10:26:32 CET by

VR-Zone removes the heatspreader of an Intel Prescott processor, and compares the core with a Pentium 4 Northwood:
We have first gotten our hands on the LGA 775 Prescott/Tejas back in June and many people are curious how it looks like inside when the IHS is removed. The procedure of removing the IHS is similar to the current Pentium 4 as you would need a thin blade to slice through the rubber padding nicely and slowly.
Prescott left, Northwood on the right

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