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This is how sand turns into an Intel microprocessor [Video]
posted December 6 2011 18:50.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis




It may sound weird, but sand is the basic material for your CPU and all other silicon chips. Silicon is extracted from sand actually! This video shows the procedure (very roughly) to turn sand into a CPU. Its more of an advertisement rather than a documentary, but it is fun to watch.



[Link: intel]
Tags: commercial   documentary   pc related   how is made   3D media   animation   
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