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Chance number three to decorate your pocket with a piece of the Large Hadron Collider in a delicious perspex keyring. Now it can search for the key to the universe, while helping you search for your keys.
Today's devious digital picture was absolutely mainstream
enterprise IT, in its day. An early member of a family of chips so well
marketed "Weird Al" Yankovic sang a song about them, this particular
device attempted to solve the eternal problem of performance versus
power consumption by coming in a fat module equipped with an enormous
heatsink. And this particular unit operated at the very highest speed
the design was capable of.
The question is: what exactly is the name of this device, and how fast was it? First to reply to @ZDNetUK_News on Twitter or our page on Facebook with the correct answer wins. If nobody's got it exactly by Friday, we'll pick the closest.