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Reply 360 of 377, by RayeR

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Hehe, get a fine tweezer and a bit of patience, those pins bend easily but they are tought to break completly... Done on cuntless pins of refurbished CPUs...

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Reply 361 of 377, by SteveC

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RayeR wrote on 2021-01-12, 02:26:

Hehe, get a fine tweezer and a bit of patience, those pins bend easily but they are tought to break completly... Done on cuntless pins of refurbished CPUs...

Yeah took me about half an hour and a really aching hand afterwards but it worked!

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Reply 363 of 377, by Grosvince

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Hello guys,

First post for me on Vogons.

I was talking about old hardware, presenting one of my last CPU :

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SteveC says I should help improve CPU-Z vintage edition. So here's my result with this CPU, and another one (AMD K5 PR100ABQ, SSA/5 core).

Hope it helps.
Vincent

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Reply 364 of 377, by RayeR

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Grosvince wrote on 2021-01-23, 14:52:

One guy says I should help improve CPU-Z vintage edition. So here's my result with this CPU

Hi, nice CPU rarity, please could you also run my CPUID program and send log (use redirect stdio to file: cpuid >log.txt)
http://rayer.g6.cz/programm/programe.htm#CPUID

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Reply 365 of 377, by SteveC

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Hi Vincent, glad you made it over here 😀

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Reply 366 of 377, by Grosvince

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RayeR wrote on 2021-01-23, 19:59:
Grosvince wrote on 2021-01-23, 14:52:

One guy says I should help improve CPU-Z vintage edition. So here's my result with this CPU

Hi, nice CPU rarity, please could you also run my CPUID program and send log (use redirect stdio to file: cpuid >log.txt)
http://rayer.g6.cz/programm/programe.htm#CPUID

Here's the result.

Vincent

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Reply 368 of 377, by Grosvince

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Hi Rayer,

Could you check the easter egg on this processor as described here :

https://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/MP6/index.html

My CPU has a Lynx core (350nm), and the easter egg is only stated in the previous revision Kirin (350nm)

Vincent

Reply 369 of 377, by red-ray

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Grosvince wrote on 2021-01-25, 11:09:

My CPU has a Lynx core (350nm), and the easter egg is only stated in the previous revision Kirin (350nm)

No, Lynx is 180nm and Kirin is 250nm, see https://cpumuseum.jimdofree.com/museum/rise-technology/mp6/

Reply 370 of 377, by Grosvince

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red-ray wrote on 2021-01-25, 15:03:
Grosvince wrote on 2021-01-25, 11:09:

My CPU has a Lynx core (350nm), and the easter egg is only stated in the previous revision Kirin (350nm)

No, Lynx is 180nm and Kirin is 250nm, see https://cpumuseum.jimdofree.com/museum/rise-technology/mp6/

Yep, you're right. I was tired when I wrote this message.

Reply 371 of 377, by RayeR

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Grosvince wrote on 2021-01-25, 11:09:

Hi Rayer,
Could you check the easter egg on this processor as described here : https://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/MP6/index.html

I added easter egg reading in new version of CPUID ( http://rayer.g6.cz/programm/programe.htm#CPUID )

Really nice piece of hack. Now imagine what could contain other CPUs. Remember that OS security fully rely on uncomprimised HW. And now you could have a CPU that would allow e.g. execution of some privileged (CPL0) instruction from user mode (CPL3) if the right magic is filled somewhere. Such feature need not to be hardwired in the silicon but can be deployed in microcode (that is ecrtypted blob who nobody except CPU manufacturer understands) for specific target (e.g. for PCs in Iran nuclear plants). Really fun can be done in HW...

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Reply 372 of 377, by smokeycockatiel

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This is what cpuz is showing in the log file

Its a Dell Latitude CPi-A400XT 256mb ram 6GB hdd 2.5mb gpu
Bios A15

Windows 98SE

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Reply 373 of 377, by smokeycockatiel

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Beta version : http://download.cpuid.com/betas/cpuz_w95.zip Link Not Working on Page 1

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Reply 375 of 377, by H3nrik V!

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Re: What retro activity did you get up to today? is this a bug in CPU-Z?

Please use the "quote" option if asking questions to what I write - it will really up the chances of me noticing 😀

Reply 376 of 377, by red-ray

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H3nrik V! wrote on 2021-02-21, 19:13:

Probably and it's also saying Socket 5 rather than Socket 7. Franck will probably want the CPUZ save file.

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