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Intel Pentium 120MHz SY062 (No Dust Removal)

This is an Intel Pentium 120MHz with an sspec of SY062. It was pulled from an old desktop that was given to me by a friend.

The cooler was not properly attached to the processor (2 clamps broken) and it did not have any thermal paste or pads.

It uses most likely uses the P54CQS processor core and is based on the P5 micro architecture.

It operates at 3.3 Volts (Modern chips use ~1.4 Volts), has a maximum power consumption of 13.4 Watts and can operate from 0°C – 70°C.

I was hoping I could keep it in working order after opening up the lid but I unfortunately slipped as the lid came off and slit 3 of the wires.

I took some advice from Pauli Rautakorpi from another post to downscale the individual images since they are higher resolution than the smallest details my microscope can resolve. I used XnConvert to downscale each of the 88 photos by 50% from their original size. This allowed me to use Autopano Giga, another software tool which performs better than Microsoft ICE at stitching these images (when it works). Autopano Giga does not like the 24MP photos and rarely works with them, but it was able to handle the down-scaled photos just fine!

Camera: SONY A6000
Number of Images: 88
Panorama Y Axis: 11 Images
Panorama X Axis: 8 Images
Individual Image Size: 3000×2000 (Down-scaled)
ISO: 100
Shutter Speed: 0.8"
Light Source: Side LED Flood Light
Overlap: 50%
Microscope Objective: 4X
Microscope Eyepiece: DSLR Mount
Grid Used: 4×4 (Panning Movement Aid)
Capture Motion: Zigzag (Top->Down)
Stitching Software: Autopano Giga
Other Software: XnConvert for down-scaling.
Image Type: PNG

Posted by cole8888 on 2020-06-14 21:11:26

Tagged: , Intel , CPU , SY062 , pentium , 80502120 , chip , ic , 80502 , P54C , P5 , P54CQS

Intel Pentium 120MHz SY062 (No Dust, Color Corrected)

This is an Intel Pentium 120MHz with an sspec of SY062. It was pulled from an old desktop that was given to me by a friend.

The cooler was not properly attached to the processor (2 clamps broken) and it did not have any thermal paste or pads.

It uses most likely uses the P54CQS processor core and is based on the P5 micro architecture.

It operates at 3.3 Volts (Modern chips use ~1.4 Volts), has a maximum power consumption of 13.4 Watts and can operate from 0°C – 70°C.

I was hoping I could keep it in working order after opening up the lid but I unfortunately slipped as the lid came off and slit 3 of the wires.

I took some advice from Pauli Rautakorpi from another post to downscale the individual images since they are higher resolution than the smallest details my microscope can resolve. I used XnConvert to downscale each of the 88 photos by 50% from their original size. This allowed me to use Autopano Giga, another software tool which performs better than Microsoft ICE at stitching these images (when it works). Autopano Giga does not like the 24MP photos and rarely works with them, but it was able to handle the down-scaled photos just fine!

GIMP was then used to manually remove all of the dust and solder particles which I was unable to remove prior to taking the image. Please use the other image I posted without the dust removed for any reverse engineering attempts, I may have unintentionally modified some structures in the dust removal process!

Camera: SONY A6000
Number of Images: 88
Panorama Y Axis: 11 Images
Panorama X Axis: 8 Images
Individual Image Size: 3000×2000 (Down-scaled)
ISO: 100
Shutter Speed: 0.8"
Light Source: Side LED Flood Light
Overlap: 50%
Microscope Objective: 4X
Microscope Eyepiece: DSLR Mount
Grid Used: 4×4 (Panning Movement Aid)
Capture Motion: Zigzag (Top->Down)
Stitching Software: Autopano Giga
Other Software: XnConvert for down-scaling, GIMP for dust removal and colour correction.
Image Type: PNG

Posted by cole8888 on 2020-06-14 21:11:27

Tagged: , Intel , CPU , SY062 , pentium , 80502120 , chip , ic , 80502 , P54C , P5 , P54CQS

Intel Pentium 120MHz SY062 (No Dust)

This is an Intel Pentium 120MHz with an sspec of SY062. It was pulled from an old desktop that was given to me by a friend.

The cooler was not properly attached to the processor (2 clamps broken) and it did not have any thermal paste or pads.

It uses most likely uses the P54CQS processor core and is based on the P5 micro architecture.

It operates at 3.3 Volts (Modern chips use ~1.4 Volts), has a maximum power consumption of 13.4 Watts and can operate from 0°C – 70°C.

I was hoping I could keep it in working order after opening up the lid but I unfortunately slipped as the lid came off and slit 3 of the wires.

I took some advice from Pauli Rautakorpi from another post to downscale the individual images since they are higher resolution than the smallest details my microscope can resolve. I used XnConvert to downscale each of the 88 photos by 50% from their original size. This allowed me to use Autopano Giga, another software tool which performs better than Microsoft ICE at stitching these images (when it works). Autopano Giga does not like the 24MP photos and rarely works with them, but it was able to handle the down-scaled photos just fine!

GIMP was then used to manually remove all of the dust and solder particles which I was unable to remove prior to taking the image. Please use the other image I posted without the dust removed for any reverse engineering attempts, I may have unintentionally modified some structures in the dust removal process!

Camera: SONY A6000
Number of Images: 88
Panorama Y Axis: 11 Images
Panorama X Axis: 8 Images
Individual Image Size: 3000×2000 (Down-scaled)
ISO: 100
Shutter Speed: 0.8"
Light Source: Side LED Flood Light
Overlap: 50%
Microscope Objective: 4X
Microscope Eyepiece: DSLR Mount
Grid Used: 4×4 (Panning Movement Aid)
Capture Motion: Zigzag (Top->Down)
Stitching Software: Autopano Giga
Other Software: XnConvert for down-scaling, GIMP for dust removal.
Image Type: PNG

Posted by cole8888 on 2020-06-14 21:11:27

Tagged: , Intel , CPU , SY062 , pentium , 80502120 , chip , ic , 80502 , P5 , P54CQS

Day 77 (17th Mar) - Gender Changer

Project 366 (one photo per day for 2020 taken on 35mm film)

Event: Project 366
Location: Landing at home
Camera: Canon AT-1
Lens(s): Canon FD 50mm f/1.8 + Vivitar 2x Macro converter
Film: Fujifilm C200
Shot ISO: 200
Light Meter: Camera
Exposure: 1s @ f/8
Lighting: 1 x LED Torch
Mounting: Tripod – Manfrotto
Firing: Self timer
Developer: AG Photographic
Scanner: Epson V800
Post: Adobe Lightroom & Photoshop (dust removal)

Posted by CamShaw74 on 2020-06-05 07:41:08

Tagged: , Project , 366 , Canon , AT-1 , FD , 50mm , f/1.8 , Vivitar , Macro , C-41 , Fujifilm , C200 , 35mm , Film , Epson , V800 , Gender , changer , computer , 9-pin , D-type

Peak Condition

It is fascinating to hear what some people have been up to, before and during the lockdown.👂👂
An example of this were the actions of Mrs Trebogus, her sister Trixie Trebillcock and Betty Beswetherick, shall we say these three ladies are of mature years but nobodies fool.👵👵👵

At the beginning of March following their instincts the three ladies decided to move in together. They had several articulated lorry loads of beer delivered by Sharps Brewery, plus quite a consignment from Camel Valley Vineyard. 🚛🚛🚛🍺🍺🍺🍷🍷🍷

Mrs Trebogus always kept much food in her freezer, plus she had a large vegetable garden and of course the ladies culinary skills were legendary, they were well prepared. 🍖🍖🍖🍎🍏🍋🍊

The ladies felt they would be good company for each other, sure enough their hunch was proved correct as three weeks later the whole country went into lock down, which the ladies had no problem with as they were the type of people in common with so many others that did as they were told. The ladies were able to follow instruction, had respect and complied, plus these ladies all came from special forces backgrounds which required them working in some hostile environments, Trixie worked as a bouncer at Mothercare for many years, yes these ladies are tough.👹👹👹

As the lockdown progressed many on line fitness videos sprang up, the ladies were very keen to keep themselves in peak condition so they followed along with many of these workouts, however none of the videos were of such intensity in order to keep the ladies bodies in absolute peak condition, it just did not stretch the ladies enough, Mrs Trebogus had an idea.💃💃💃

She owns a Mercedes ML63 AMG, so the three ladies went into the garage, Mrs Trebogus got hold of the front bumper and lifted the Mercedes up and down in order to tone her arm muscles.
The other two ladies also carried out this manoeuvre, as mentioned they are tough.
Trixie suggested to Betty that she got underneath the Mercedes, put her feet under the bumper and lifted it up and down with her legs in order to strengthen the thighs.💪💪💪

Everything was going swimmingly then Mrs Trebogus had a go as she likes to keep her thighs in special peak condition, there was an enormous crack, Mrs Trebogus’s left leg fell off. Nothing to do with the vacuum cleaner incident I must add.

Like you do, Mrs Trebogus dusted herself off and said this is not a problem as my car is an automatic (You still have to be there) but when the time comes and we are allowed out I still have my right leg in order to be able to drive. So she picked up her leg, hopped over and placed it in the big chest freezer she had in the garage.🏡

Trixie said “you should seek medical help”, no responded Mrs Trebogus we know the rules, we have been instructed to stay home, not to go out, we will wait until the lockdown is eased, I can still walk on the one good leg, do cart wheels with a slight shimmy, so I have nothing to complain about. Anyway like so many people, if we were really desperate there is always someone locally that can help out, that is human instinct. ‍🏃‍♀️💪

The weeks went by, sure enough, some of the lockdown measures were eased and in May people were allowed to drive for over an hour, but return on the same day. Not wishing to trouble the medical profession, Mrs Trebogus went onto the internet to look for alternative medical assistance, one name caught her eye, Mystic Peg, who specialised in limb reattachment services.👩‍💻

As Mrs Trebogus herself had worked with some of our special forces, she respected the anonymity of Mystic Peg who would only provide her post code, and a time to meet.👩‍💼

Like most of us long car journeys need to be planned, first you need a full tank of petrol, how many people keep a full tank of fuel just in case they need to go off at a minutes notice. Mrs Trebogus went and filled her Mercedes with fuel so that they could go off to the secret location.⛽️🚘

The sat nav coordinates were plumbed in and after quite some journey the three ladies reached their destination. Sure enough as our ladies got out of the car a fairy was waiting dressed in a Knights of the round table uniform, yes this was Mystic Peg, she said “come with me”, so Mrs Trebogus, with her leg under her arm, Trixie and Betty followed, they all set off into a park, keeping two meters away from Mystic Peg ‍

Mystic Peg instructed Mrs Trebogus to sit on a special little stool, with a bit of her left hip hanging over the edge of the stool. Mystic Peg asked Mrs Trebogus to align the detached leg against her hip. Mystic Peg closed her eyes, muttered a couple of words and within moments, hey presto Mrs Trebogus’s leg was reattached and working like a new one.

As you can imagine (I can) Mrs Trebogus was so grateful to Mystic Peg for her services and asked what she owed her. Mystic Peg said "it is my pleasure to help good people like you and really it was such a simple job".😇👛👜💷💷💷

Mystic Peg went on to say, “as I have not seen many people for a while could I share a confidence with you Mrs Trebogus. Well don’t tell anyone but during the lockdown we had been made aware of a bloke who drove to this very location who could not see his hand in front of his face.
As none of us were on duty during lockdown he allegedly sat over there on a park bench, he gazed up towards the Magic Castle, bingo his eyesight came back, a miracle and he was able to drive all the way home to London”.🏰🙈😱

Mrs Trebogus responded to the fairy “you just cannot make that up”.😉

Thank you so much for looking at my photographs, the comments and banter you leave are so appreciated.
Have a good weekend
🍺🍺🍺🍷🍷🍷🐎🐷💃😎😂😂😂

Posted by Brian + H & H on 2020-05-29 13:28:35

Tagged: , Cornwall , Bude , Sunset , Seascape , Mrs Trebogus , Trixie Trebillcock , Betty Beswetherick , Mystic Peg , Leg Fell Off , Peak Condition , Sharp’s Brewery , Camel Valley Wine , Act Under Instruction , Respect & Behave , Mother Care , Mercedes ML63 AMG

Bluewater Mint Collectibles - Bluewater New Mexico USA

The good folks at the #filmphotographyproject recently read an email I sent them. I came off sounding an awful lot like a paid shill for
#negativesupplycompany

Nope. Just someone who got back into film photography eight years ago and quickly discovered developing costs would limit the amount of shooting I do. I had purchased a Nikon LS50 new in 2007. I now know that series of scanners was arguably the last and best consumer models that would be offered. I didn’t spring for the medium format capable model because that would’ve added $1000 to the already high price tag.

Early in 2017 I started developing all of my film at home. That was the easy part. Scanning, particularly my new favorite medium format film was a definite limiting factor. I looked at everything on the market in 2017 and quickly realized medium format scanners that were worth owning were pretty much used Nikons, going for the same money used as they cost new. Flatbeds were optically limited. And slow. Plusteks that did 120 were slow and unreliable. Imacons were $$$$$. And drum scanners were slow, expensive and spare parts were drying up.

I wanted a workflow that was fast, future proof and reliable. Camera scanning was a good option, and NegativeLabPro really enabled the color negative work, but as anyone who has ever tried camera scanning: the genius is in the details. Namely, handling the film remained an issue. It has to be kept flat, it has to be kept free of dust, and it has to be shielded from flare and reflections.

Back in the good old days there were a number of film transports aimed at the photographic enlarger market. If you’ve checked eBay prices lately you’re going to discover that what was once available free for the asking as high schools and colleges shut down their photo labs are now fetching top dollar. The units are old, subject to years of wear and abuse, and prices for brand new film transports are staggering. If you can even find them. Still, I muddled along with my slow Nikon for 35 and an enlarger film stage for medium format.

When I heard about Negative Supply and their 35mm film transport I was sold. But honestly I was even more interested in their medium format film carrier which they promised would begin development as soon as they hit a stretch target on the 35 model. Well? It’s about time for release of the 120! I am eagerly awaiting my medium format film carrier while continuing to enjoy my Film Carrier Mk1. I know, it sounds like such a simple problem to solve. But my experience as an engineer has taught me the devil is always in the details. This is a niche market, and that means certain fixed costs are spread among fewer units, but in this case the time the Mk1 has saved me along makes it well worth the price. I have about 300 rolls of 120 waiting for scanning so I suspect the Film Carrier 120 will be just as valuable. #

My example here? Camera scanned Fuji Velvia 50 using the Negative Supply Company film carrier Mk1. How good is camera scanning these days?

Good enough to show grain on 35mm Velvia 50. Even with jpeg compression and a diffuse light source.

Good enough I can retire my trusty Nikon Coolscan.

And I can rip through 36 exposures in five minutes at 61 megapixels each.

Dust? Yes. Good housekeeping, antistatic brushes, antistatic blowers and antistatic gloves go a long way. I usually have fewer than ten dust glitches to heal. It goes fast on a decent computer.

If you’re serious about shooting film and want to control the whole process end to end, give these guys a try.

Posted by dv over dt on 2020-05-20 17:15:42

Tagged: , TLA , Velvia 50

Back in the forest

Ah … a calming visit to another one of my favourite summer sunset spots in the New Forest. Watching the calming ripples on the water and feeling a gentle summer breeze. And listening to a gang of youths wheel spinning their souped up Fiats around the dusty car park.

When we arrived, there they were, about 8 of them. 7 were obviously from the same family and they were meeting up with their allowed person.

They eventually exited the area in dramatic clouds of dusts.

With their P plates on!!! (Imagine the monkey emoji which I cannot add on my desktop computer).

Posted by Christine down south on 2020-05-19 11:16:54

Tagged: , hatchetpond , newforest , lake , pond , trees , sunset , calm , tranquil , ripples , reflections

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Posted by IW – Kitty.Littlepaws on 2020-05-19 03:58:37

Tagged: , Momochuu , cute , cutie , adorable , sweet , peach , mango , hannah , dustbunny , con , kitty , neko , single , babygirl , kitten , goals

Intel i5 2500 iGPU Crop

This was from a full die composite I tried to do but it failed miserably. It is the same one that the single core crop came from. Since people seem to have really liked that one, here is the igpu from that same session. I was focusing my dust removal attention towards the cores, so I did not clean this as much as I would have liked.

Camera: Pixel SONY A6000
Overlap: 50%
ISO: 100
Shutter: 1.3"
Microscope Objective: 4X
Microscope Eyepiece: DSLR Mount
Grid Used: 4×4 (Panning Movement Aid)
Capture Motion: Serpentine
Stitching Software: Microsoft ICE
Stitching Projection Mode: Planar Motion
Additional Software: GIMP for compressing
Image Type: JPG
Image Quality: 99%

Posted by cole8888 on 2020-05-16 01:51:38

Tagged: , die-shot , die-shots , intel , 2500 , i5-2500 , i5 , chip , cpu , ic , igpu

Processor Fan

Posted by snedex on 2020-05-12 00:50:29

Tagged: , dust , copper , fan blade , fan grill , Heatsink , grill , CPU Fan , Mississauga , Ontario , Canada