Hey Folks! I decided to scrap the other Pentium 4 3D Model I was working on due to the glaring inacuracies that I could not easily fix. Therfore I decided it would be best if I started again from scratch. This time I worked closely with many in depth images of the real Pentium 4 Processors and I even found an image of a P4 with it's IHS (Integrated Heat Spreader) removed exposing the core. This was great because I even took the time to add the core under the IHS. I especialy took my time counting the rows and columns of Socket Pins on the real deal (478 Pins) and they are all present and accounted for on the 3D Model. I still have to tweak the materials for the PC Board somewhat and I also need to finish the IHS because it is not 100% complete yet. Then I need to determine how I want to render this image for the "final" render to give it the reality look I am going for. If you are wondering there are roughly 60 thousand polygons in this wireframe! Yeah I know thats "nuttin" by comparison to some complex machine models I have seen with 500K Poly's but for a CPU I'd say that's a ton! Okay here ya go.. Be brutaly honest!