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Fast and Furious 7 supercar motherboard

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Ok so i was watching F&F 7 and in the middle of the movie there was a part where they pulled out a chip from a mobo:
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anyone have any idea which mobo this is? Looks interesting, not sure if anyone asked this before. Tho does kinda look like a normal mobo that got cut to size :/

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Movie prop...

 


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5 minutes ago, NecroFlex said:

Ok so i was watching F&F 7 and in the middle of the movie there was a part where they pulled out a chip from a mobo:
 

anyone have any idea which mobo this is? Looks interesting, not sure if anyone asked this before. Tho does kinda look like a normal mobo that got cut to size :/

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It's a movie prop, either some board chopped up, or a bunch of stuff stuck together, It almost definitely won't be a real motherboard.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, KWelz said:

Movie prop...

 

a lot of times they use actual stuff, that's why i was curious.My bad if this question wasn't to your liking judging from those dots in the end.

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Just now, Rangaman42 said:

It's a movie prop, either some board chopped up, or a bunch of stuff stuck together, It almost definitely won't be a real motherboard.

Curiosity, looked interesting, thought it was a picoboard of sorts, would be nice for a small PC :P 

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1 minute ago, NecroFlex said:

Curiosity, looked interesting, thought it was a picoboard of sorts, would be nice for a small PC :P 

It would be awesome, but it's probably too small for a 'real' CPU. It may well be a motherboard for something, but they don't really care when they make the movie.


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lol what i was just watching this exact scene

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Well, the weird slot seems to be a vertical SO-DIMM memory slot which does exit in some motherboards.

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But Intel NUC's motherboards (which have a similar size) are most likely to have stacked SO-DIMM slots.

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But the lack of IO ports make me think that this is probably some part of an high-end printer or router with SO-DIMM upgradability.

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