Need some photos for my Gradwork

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thejamppa
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Need some photos for my Gradwork

Post by thejamppa » Sun Jul 04, 2010 12:20 am

Hello everyone!

I've been busy with gradwork about silent work stations lately. However I have no time or wish to dismantle my systems for the photo's and taking photo's from internet is more than questionable due copyrights.

If you guys can help me out by providing some photo's you've taken about following things and give me permission to use them in my gradwork I'd be forever grateful.

I need following photo's:

- Pinside of modern AMD cpu.
- Contact side of Modern Intel CPU

- Intel LGA775/1156/1366 socket area without CPU place (or motherboard picture)
- AM2/2+/3 cpu socket area without CPU on its place. (motherboard picture)

Edit: If someone could profice picture of their small HTPC case or Mini-ITX-based system for case reference I'm making that would help alot.

This for starters.

Thank you millions in advance.
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Post by Tephras » Sun Jul 04, 2010 3:10 am

You could try to find what you are looking for at the Wikimedia Commons, there's a Computer hardware category.

thejamppa
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Post by thejamppa » Sun Jul 04, 2010 4:07 am

Thank you very much! That will be very helpful!
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