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Avi Oziel in: How To Recover Gold From CPU Processors and RAM Memory Integrated Circuit Chips

Avi Oziel in: How To Recover Gold From CPU Processors and RAM Memory Integrated Circuit Chips

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Avi Oziel in: How To Recover Gold From CPU Processors and RAM Memory Integrated Circuit Chips

Avi Oziel in: How To Recover Gold From CPU Processors and RAM Memory Integrated Circuit Chips

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27 Responses so far.

  1. IsettasRock says:

    You want people to be informed? How about dishing up the correct
    information. Pentium Pros have about 0.35 to 0.5g each. They are not worth
    $150 each except maybe to a collector. People, don’t get suckered into
    buying these chips thinking there are 2 or 3 grams of gold inside….You’ll
    be sadly let down and a lot poorer.

  2. david clarke says:

    headlines read:
    “Amateur Gold Miner Dies Among Chemicals”, don’t let this be you from
    watching other amateurs on youtube

  3. Geo says:

    Is this someone that I associate with. If it is, please contact me so I can
    get you better educated. This is only a year old but you should know better
    by now. Either update the video or give some annotations to straighten out
    some of the misinformation.

  4. a0cdhd says:

    As a writer of technical publications I can tell you one vitally important
    piece of information regarding abbreviations and acronyms. NEVER EVER use
    acronyms unless you specify the meaning of the acronym in context of the
    subject you are discussing. “AR” for example can mean “Armalite Rifle”,
    “Autonomic Reflex and a host of other meanings depending on the topic being
    discussed. Assuming that an interested but uninformed reader knows the
    meaning of an acronym causes frustration on the part of the reader and
    illustrates that the writer is either pretentious and condescending or just
    plain stupid. The point of writing is to inform not to confuse. If you are
    going to write a piece that includes acronyms, tell the reader what you are
    talking about. What the hell does MCC mean?

  5. Rick Dorr says:

    Great job, Thanks, I appreciate your video.
    Rick

  6. RonRefiner2014 says:

    Because of this video and one other video I saw somewhere, I bought 10 of
    the Pentium Pro cpu’s (May 2, 2014), thinking I would get a nice amount of
    gold out of them. You and another video claims there is approximately 2 – 3
    grams of gold in each one. Not True at all. Let me explain a few things to
    you so you don’t keep misleading people.

    No# 1. From all 10 Pentium Pro Ceramic cpu’s you show that I processed, I
    recovered a total of 2.5 grams… TOTAL.

    No# 2. That gold on top of the cpu is NOT a gold/metal plate or cap a
    person thinks they can take off. That is CERAMIC with gold layered on top.
    Scratch that top with a file or something and watch you scratch into the
    ceramic. And those gold stripes on the top too, are ceramic with gold
    sprayed/heated on them.

    No# 3. You’ll recover approximately 1 gram more of gold, if that, from the
    inside vs the pins on the outside (batches of 10 cpu’s).

    No# 4. Each of those Pentium Pro cpu’s weigh approximately 87.7 grams.

    I have been processing gold and silver for about 2 years now, but this was
    my first for these cpu’s. I know the procedures and refining aspects enough
    to refine to .999 purity, be it gold or silver.

    I’m not sure if you actually refined any gold or silver from computer
    scrap, but your information is very misleading. I actually took a loss when
    I bought those 10 cpu’s, all because I was relying on your words. You were
    1,000% wrong on the yields of those Pentium Pro cpu’s.

    Once I find that other video, I’m going to post this same thing there too.
    This is FALSE information, because you’re giving people FALSE hopes on what
    they can REALISTICALLY recover.

    You’ll get more gold out of RAM sticks (10 lbs worth) than you will get out
    of 10 of those cpu’s.

    Oh, do you have $133.00 to send me being as though that is the loss I took?
    I was even settling on at least 1 gram per cpu, and I didn’t come even a
    fraction of that.

    You should remove this video and redo it with truthful and REAL information
    and REAL YIELDS.

  7. edgar sikes says:

    it has been cleared up thought that the original manufacture run of the
    pentium pros had approx. 1 gram of gold in it but the majority of after the
    initial design was brought down to .5 gram on average

  8. Brandon Mueller says:

    The Pentium Pro Contains 1 gram of gold, that’s a fact and recovery would
    be worth it if you had many of these and knew how to recovery ALL of the
    gold

  9. edgar sikes says:

    and he forgot to mention the MCC’s have silver on the ends so they need to
    be soaked in nitric before crushing and dissolving the palladium out with
    AR

  10. edgar sikes says:

    ok. so when does the how come into this video? all ive heard was him talk
    and give misinformation through the whole video?

  11. doyrtwq says:

    Proof that a little knowledge can be a bad thing.You got some of the more
    minor facts right,but as for what you are valuing these processors at is
    way off.You only have 30000 views of this video.Why haven’t you edited or
    just removed it?All it does is poisons people against any other videos you
    may have done because at best you look like a poser,at worst you look like
    a fool.

  12. Robert Simpson says:

    The guys who post these videos are the same ones selling computer scrap on
    Ebay. It is all a big scam.

  13. Scott Morgan says:

    Useless

  14. shaun arteaga says:

    You don’t know shit about anything you are puking out of your mouth! You
    need to stop trying to tell people how to do these things when you don’t
    know the first thing about it yourself. Before you go and hurt even worse
    kill somebody by showing them these dumb ass videos why don’t you do some
    research and figure out how to really do what you have to claim ing you can
    do. Straight out, you are a piece of garbage.

  15. shane reilly says:

    for the question about sound cards, all cards (vga, modem, controller,)
    have gold plating on the connecting fingers not much but if you have the
    material and spare time go for it.

  16. edgar sikes says:

    well said isetta, someone inflated that number just to sell them for 20
    bucks a piece on ebay

  17. Ryan Castle says:

    A PENTIUM PRO CONTAINS BETWEEN 0.3-0.5 G OF PURE GOLD ONLY.

  18. edgar sikes says:

    and he doesnt mention what kind of an insane pain it is to refine palladium

  19. dadrules714 says:

    That’s B.S. Not sure where you’re getting info. I’ve never recovered more
    than .33g of 24k gold from a 10k Pent pro. This is why it’s SO hard for
    REAL scrappers make money People like you giving bad info/ people thinking
    their 10k gold 1 micron scrap is worth ‘100’s of dollars.Pent pro is worth
    $25 on ebay, less to one of those commercial sites.
    That AMD is worth $5@ 0.11g of gold. The green/brown fiber board CPU are
    worth $1.50.@0.08 g
    The RAM sticks go for $15 lb.
    YOU GOT RIPPED OFF. Amature !

  20. David McAllister says:

    still learning

  21. Mt Dew says:

    cool

  22. Acoolguy Zack says:

    Where can u get free or cheap old computers?

  23. shaun arteaga says:
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