Is there any way to obtain cpu schematics

hey every is there anyway i can get my hands on a cpu schematics because what i want to do is make a cpu out of commen household items and use that to upgrade my netbooks cpu.
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  1. mechkid said:
    hey every is there anyway i can get my hands on a cpu schematics because what i want to do is make a cpu out of commen household items and use that to upgrade my netbooks cpu.

    You must have an uncommon household , nothing in my house is of the scale to "build " a cpu , unless you're talking a cpu the size of a toaster
  2. look around here , maybe it will help
    http://opencores.org/
  3. You have your own fab then?

    I doubt you'll build anything of the same socket type in your own home
  4. yeah thats right a toaster cpu which is a size of a toaster you know instend of replaceing it with my netbook ill outta replace it with my acer tower cpu!
  5. Yeah, that won't work either
  6. jerry6 said:
    look around here , maybe it will help
    http://opencores.org/


    dude the site requires a registration plus won't allow for any schematics for veiwing to be downloaded lol!
  7. ce mon need cpu schmatics lol
  8. Yeah a tower CPU wouldn't work.
  9. Put the rum in the coconut and mix it all up.....
  10. Do you know how small 20-60 nanometers is? That's the kind of dies and circuits being used in even crappy processors.

    I don't doubt people could make some kind of processor at home, but it's going to be about as powerful as a computer from the 1950s with dozens of circuits instead of millions.

    An Intel Atom circa 2008 has 47,000,000 circuits in a small 1-2" socket. You think you can do that at home? Heck, a 286 from the 80's has 134,000 circuits. That can't even run a gui and I doubt you could do that by hand in even the size of a refrigerator.
  11. @Kid,

    http://www.ttlcpu.com/articles/4-bit-ttl-scratchbuilt-computer
    Here is something to start with (inluding schematics). It's four-bit CPU, but fully doable with "household items" ;)
  12. lollll
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