PowerPC 603 Body Builder

PowerPC 603 Body Builder

While scanning the scribe lane of a Motorola PowerPC 603e, we discovered this body builder (with muscles bulging) pumping iron with the logo for the entire microprocessor lineup. The PowerPC 603e is a low-power implementation of the PowerPC 32-bit microprocessor family of RISC chips. Designed for use in portable computers, this speedster features most of the implementations found on high performance industrial-strength versions of the PowerPC processors. The body builder was brought to our attention by John Amos of Chip Supply in Orlando, Florida.


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