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    Intel Confidential CPU Development CF64BJF010 350-0919 305-0980A @ eBay

    Can anyone explain what this is?!

    Is it a dev CPU in a kind of holder with debugging pins? I'm afraid I can't read the date.

    http://www.ebay.de/itm/Intel-Confide...#ht_1523wt_905
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    Whatever it is, on the backside there's the older Intel logo, used before 2006. The substrate in the center is ceramic type of material, not used by Intel for many years (since the Pentium Pro?).

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    I don't know what it was, but if I had it I'd have sealed it in acrylic and used it as a drink coaster
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    Tejas eng. sample? Looks quite large though.

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    that reminds me alot of a core 2 duo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zanzabar View Post
    that reminds me alot of a core 2 duo.
    Why? The only similarity I see between that and a C2D is they both contain silicon, various precious metals, and some plastics. Oh... and they process 1's and 0's.


    Here are a couple early engineering samples of the core 2 duo.




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    Hehe.. Check out these antiques...

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    <wild guess mode on>

    It looks like an adapter/probe accepting an unpacked silicon die in the middle, probably for some kind of debugging or binning?

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    I don't know what it is, but looks like a small UFO
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    The date looks to me like says 86 on the end, which can correlate this greyish-purple substrate they have put what seems to be small independent silicon chips on.

    Definitely looks like some kind of debugging device like others have already mentioned however that does not look like a CPU, even at the time those silicon chips would be too small to house a complete design, unless it was a very old one which was shrunk. This leads me to believe that either is this some multi-core core test, or probably each of these small silicone chips is a variation of one design that Intel was testing.
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    It's an formfactor MEMS probe card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xXlAinXx View Post
    It's an formfactor MEMS probe card.
    Very cool.

    If it wasn't $1000, it would be a neat conversation piece.
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    Looks like a Lilypad


    I would suspect its a probe test card for testing/developing CPU cores.
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    Seeing that the article is located in Israel, which chip developed there fits in the timeframe?
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    Development started in Israel with EDIT:Pentium M, then Core, then Core 2 etc.
    http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/htm...lisrael09.html
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    Could be a component of a flux capacitor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew LB View Post
    Why? The only similarity I see between that and a C2D is they both contain silicon, various precious metals, and some plastics. Oh... and they process 1's and 0's.


    Here are a couple early engineering samples of the core 2 duo.

    http://images.bit-tech.net/content_i...45-ds5/p45.jpg

    http://img.hexus.net/v2/cpu/intel/Core2Duo/FrontB.JPG
    when they are splayed out like that it is so you can tap into the data flow and monitor how it is working. and i am not sure why it dose it just reminds me of the core 2 duo.
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    It's just a matrix to inject in the silicon of cut waffer for that all cpu's have same manufacture
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    looks like a very old Terminator chip.....
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    err it says cpu development


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    It looks to be a power on test device for high volume production.
    It may have rotated for auto loading of whatever they were testing.

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    Intel will be collecting its property

    Do not pay for confidential material, it is Intel property, you would only waste your money.

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    It also looks like old tech, of no vaule except as a collectable IMHO
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drwho? View Post
    Do not pay for confidential material, it is Intel property, you would only waste your money.

    I sent the Intel Security guys on this one.
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