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Upper/front view of the CPU
It's clearly visible that the processor core is bigger compared to the previous thoroughbred CPU core. This likely is due to the increased cache size. the goop you see on there is thermal paste.
This is the backside of the CPU 1 2 3 4 .. yes all pins are accounted for ;)
The L bridges / inter-connects. If you buy an Athlon XP 3200+ then you might want to take a good look at these photo's as our CPU was unlocked.
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