Pentium® 4 3 Ghz chip, a Prescott socket 478 hyperthreading SL7E4 version with 1Mb of L2 cache and an 800 Mhz front-side bus, that now runs one of my 3 computers. It replaced a Northwood 2.6 Ghz, SL6WH, 512Kb L2, (and the same FSB…) version. Taken in Albany, CA by a Nikkormat FT2 with a Micro-Nikkor 55mm ƒ3.5 AI lens (at ƒ32) on Kodak Portra 400NC. Negative scanned into computer by an HP G4010. Dust removal, gamma and color correction done in Paint Shop Pro Photo X2. Vivitar 16A flash used: hand-held to left of taking lens. This is 1/2 life size on the film plane, and about twice life size on my monitor. (Real chip is 1½ inches across…)
Does anyone know what the graphic code (see note) is for?
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