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Macro shot of an Intel 80486DX2 die in its packaging. The actual size of the die in the centre is 12×6.75 mm.

Touched up a bit with GIMP to brighten the image and remove some dust specks. Die prepared by Matt Britt, photo taken by Matt Gibbs (matt[AT]alwayssleeping{dot}com).

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(Delete all revisions of this file) (cur) 19:48, 30 November 2005 . . Uberpenguin (Talk) . . 1341x1002 (822579 bytes) (Slightly lightened and sharpened.)
02:54, 30 November 2005 . . Zocky . . 1341x1002 (768190 bytes) (better version)
02:33, 30 November 2005 . . Zocky . . 1341x1002 (180657 bytes) (Cotton photohshoped out by user:Zocky)
01:51, 30 November 2005 . . Uberpenguin  . . 1341x1002 (766600 bytes) (Macro shot of an Intel 80486 DX2 die in its packaging. The actual size of the die in the centre is 12×6.75 mm. Touched up a bit in The GIMP to brighten the image and remove some dust specs. Die prepared by uberpenguin)
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