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ST:DS9
04-14-05, 05:04 PM
1- Commadore 64
2- Apple IIc
3- Apple II GS
4- Intel 486 DX2 66Mhz
5- AMD 5x86 133Mhz
6- Pentium 3 450 Mhz
7- Pentum 3 600 Mhz
8- AMD Duron 1.2 Ghz
9- AMD Athlon somethig Ghz
10- AMD Athlon XP 1500+
11 AMD Athlon XP 1800+
12 AMD Athlon XP 2400+
13- AMD Athlon XP 2800+
15 AMD Athlon 64 3500+

gram_vaz
04-14-05, 05:09 PM
1. cpu in old ibm computer(forgot what cpu it had it in)
2. cyrix 266mhz
3. k6-2 350mhz
4. celeron 2.2ghz
5. 2800+ barton

six_storm
04-14-05, 05:14 PM
1. 386DX
2. AMD K6-2 450 MHz
3. Intel Pentium 333MHz
4. Intel P4 2.4 GHz
5. AMD Athlon 2500+ Barton
6. AMD Mobile 2500+
7. AMD Athlon 64 3200+ 939Skt
8. Apple 1.33 GHz G4
9. Celeron 1.3 GHz (Donated to me)

MustangSVT
04-14-05, 05:37 PM
1. Spectrum Z80
2. ??? - dont know whether I had one here, might've had some 286 or 386, but not sure
3. 486 DX 33MHz (Intel)
4. Cyrix 686 PR166+ 133MHz (@175+)
5. Celeron 300MHz (@350)
6. Celeron 2 566MHz (@633)
7. Athlon K7 1400MHz T-Bird (@1500)
8. Athlon XP 2400+ (@2100)

Current
9. Athlon XP-M 2500+ (@2400)

ynnek
04-14-05, 05:38 PM
atari 400
286 10
amiga 1000
intel 386 sx 25
486 cyrix dlc 33, oc'd to 50 (then it was about as fast as a intel 486dx33)
amd 486 dx 40? was it? some odd number like that
the p5-83 (odd upgrade from 486->pent chip)
PII 233 (running at 266) * currently used
p4 Celeron 2.4 * currently used
p4 2.6 northwood * sold to a friend
p4 3.2 northwood * currently used

p3 733 laptop i think in my old work laptop.
p4 2.5 ghz? forget.. whatever is in my t30 work laptop * currently used

Sworkhard
04-14-05, 05:42 PM
286 (I'm not sure what speed it was anymore)
386 - 33
486SX - 33
486DX - 66
486DX4 - 100
Pentium - 133
Cyrix 5X86 - 100mhz
Celeron 266
PIII - 550 (100 FSB)
PIII - 533 (133 FSB)
Athlon 800
Duron 1200
Athlon 1000
Athlon XP 1800+ (1533)
Athlon XP 2500+ (1833, 512kb)

moshpit
04-14-05, 06:22 PM
1. 486 DX40 AMD
2. 486 DX2 66mhz Intel
3. 486 DX100 AMD
4. 686 PR150 Cyrix
5. 686L PR200 Cyrix
6. K6 233mhz
7. K6-2 300mhz
8. K6-2 400mhz
9. PIII 550mhz
10. K7 500mhz (from this point, never looked back to Intel again)
11. K75 700mhz
12. Tbird 900mhz
13. Tbird 1200mhz
14&15. Athlon MP 1200mhz x2 dually setup (on Tyan Thunder)
16. Athlon XP 1800+
17&18. Athlon MP 1800+ x2 dually setup (updgrade to Tyan Thunder rig)
19. Athlon XP 2400+
20. Athlon 64 3200+ (now is daughters rig)
21&22. Athlon 64 3400+ (own 2 of them, one in my rig, one in my wife's)
23. Athlon XP-M 2200+ (edit: in my notebook, almost forgot it!)

I've only owned 2 Intel CPU's in my life, both of them for a VERY short time because they were dissapointing compared to the competition of the time. I actually gave up 50mhz to get rid of my P3 to go to my first Athlon system, based on the first non-Intel slot based motherboard, the FIC SD-11, leter replaced for the Asus K7M back when you could only buy em in a white, blank box because Asus was too afraid of Intel's reaction to thier releasing it...

Riptide
04-14-05, 06:30 PM
8088/10MHz
80486DX/33MHz
80486DX/50MHz (NOT a DX2 btw)
Pentium 166MHz
Pentium II 266MHz
Pentium II 450MHz
Pentium III 850MHz
P4 B 2.53GHz
P4 C 3.0GHz
AMD Athlon64 FX53

jolle
04-14-05, 08:09 PM
Atari 512ST (or something like that)
Amiga 500 (+512kb RAM for 1mb total)
Pentium 90
Pentium 200 MMX
Pentium II 450
Athlon "thunderbird" 1.2Ghz (DDR)
Athlon XP 2500+ (barton)
Athlon64 3400+ (newcastle)

Gator
04-14-05, 08:19 PM
Desktop CPU's in my primary rig, does not include other rigs in my home or laptops:

i8088
i80286 8mhz
i386sx 16mhz
Am4x86 DX2 80mhz
Am5x86 133mhz <--- excellent chip, lasted me a long time
Intel Pentium MMX 233mhz
Intel Celeron 433mhz
Intel Pentium III 450mhz <--- 50 bucks from some kid off the street
Intel Pentium III 700mhz
Intel Pentium 4 1.5ghz <--- awful, sold it after 2 weeks
AMD AthlonXP 1700 Palomino
AMD AthlonXP 2600 Barton
AMD Athlon64 3200 Clawhammer <--- best CPU ever!!!

Riptide
04-14-05, 08:22 PM
The most ever tangible increase in speed for me was going from my "Turbo 10MHz" XT to a 486DX/33. :D

XP_GUN
04-14-05, 08:23 PM
Lets see

Used in system

Tandy 1000 ?
Pentium 133 MHz
Pentium 2 233 MHz
Pentium 3 750 MHz
Pentium 4 1.7 GHz
Pentium 4 3.0 GHz

Off of ebay for fun
Pentium 133
Pentium 233
Celeron 266
Pentium 2 233 MHz
Pentium 2 266 MHz
Pentium 2 300 MHz

Rytr
04-14-05, 08:50 PM
Interesting lists. Seems to be a big hole leaving the 1.33 and 1.4 Thunderbirds out. Some of my most enjoyable tweaking was getting them to run 1.7MHz on air. :D

Oh, I can't leave out the 600 and 650 Durons running at 1GHz!

fastguy94416
04-14-05, 09:29 PM
I'm a noob :)

1ghz T-bird that overclocked to a whopping 1050 MHz

Current Athlon XP 1800+ that overclocks to 1.53GHz. Ha Ha.

I have crap for luck

JoKeRr
04-14-05, 09:33 PM
wow u oldies.
My first CPU (not mine, my cusions, but I used the computer all the time)
P1 166mhz
second: P3 500mhz
third: Celeron 1.1ghz A (256kb L2 cache)
fouth: P4 2.4C Northwood M0
fifth: P4 3.0C Either a SL6WK 30 capper or SL6WU 30 capper depends on which OC's higher (still on its way).
Sixth: (wayy into the future) Possible AMD dualcore on socket M2.

bkswaney
04-14-05, 11:23 PM
386
486-33
486-66
Pen 100
Pen 133
Pen 166
Pen 233
Pen 266
P2- 350
P2-450

K6
K6-2
and so on.

Man this is WAY to many to list.
Let's just say I've been using both
AMD and Intel for a LONG LONG LONG time. :rofl:
D@mn now I feel old as dirt now. :(

Viral
04-14-05, 11:44 PM
Unimpressive list:

Pentium 100MHz (second hand complete system)
K6-2 300MHz
Pentium III 800 (second hand + mobo for cheap, only kept for 6 or so months)
Athlon T-bird 1.4GHz
Athlon XP 2600+
Athlon XP 2500+

Then the work on my car took away my A64 money :( Well.. pretty much all my money. But my car will be good! :P

My upgrades were fairly justified until I got into overclocking. Fortunately my next upgrade will also be very justified because of it's being belated so long. :P

Rakeesh
04-15-05, 12:01 AM
Hmm...that I have "owned" owned is as follows:

commodore 64 (whatever it uses)
intel 486-SX 33Mhz
AMD k5 133Mhz, overclocked to 166Mhz
Celeron 300a, overclocked to 450Mhz
P3 1Ghz (laptop)
P4 3.4Ghz (current system)

I have had numerous others in my permanent custody without actually owning them though (and some are still in my custody,) and all of those would be too big to list.

FWIW, although I have mostly owned intel CPUs, I actually tend to prefer to look in the AMD direction when upgrading or building a new system. Just at each of those times it was more convenient to go intel. In the case of the celeron, that was by far the best deal at the time because overclocking those CPUs would actually yield faster speeds than a P2 or P3 at 450Mhz due to the celeron being the first CPU with on-die cache (it was mainly crippled by the slower bus speed, which overclocking fixed.) In the case of the laptop, AMD didn't make any athlons for laptops at the time. In the case of my current system, I managed to score a CPU and a very high end motherboard for less than what even a CPU alone costs.

saturnotaku
04-15-05, 12:11 AM
Commodore 64
486 SX-33
486 DX-100
K6-2 350
PII 400
Athlon 850
Athlon 1.2 GHz
AthlonXP 1800+
Thoroughbred-B 2400+
Barton 2500+
P4 2.4C
P4 3.0C
P4 3.4EE
Athlon 64 3500+

john19055
04-15-05, 01:17 AM
486DX-66
P-133
PII-266
PIII-933
Celeron-1.3
XP-1900
XP-2400
Barton XP2600
Barton XP2800
Moblie XP2600
A64 3400 Newcastle

ricercar
04-15-05, 01:41 AM
Forgive the formatting. I'm too lazy to stop myself from reusing previously-posted materal.

1978 Imsai 8080 - Intel 8080a
1982 Timex Sinclair (#1) - Zilog 80a
*1985 January-Commodore SX-64 - Motorola 6510/1MHz
1988 Timex Sinclair (#2) - Zilog 80a
1988 Commodore 64 #2 - Motorola 6510/1MHz
1989 September-Macintosh SE/30 Motorola 68030/16MHz > 50MHz
1989 Commodore 64 #3 - Motorola 6510/1MHz
1990 Spring-Zenith MinisPort - i80806/8MHz
1991 Autumn-Packard Bell Legend 386x - i80386 SX/16MHz
1993 November-Newton OMP - ARM 100
1994 November-Newton MP100 - ARM 100
1995 April-homebrew i486-DX100
1995 Newton MP110 - ARM 100
1996 April-PowerBook Duo 210 - Mot 68030/33MHz
1996 November-Macintosh Plus - Mot 68000/16MHz
1996 December-IBM ThinkPad 360 - i486/40MHz
1997 January-Macintosh II - Mot 68020/8MHz
1997 September-IBM ThinkPad 385D - Pentium 155 MMX
*1997 November-20th Anniversary Macintosh - PowerPC 603e Upgraded to G3-500
1998 Spring-Macintosh Quadra 700 - Mot 68040
1998 Macintosh Classic II - Mot 68000/16MHz
1999 Summer-PowerBook 5300c - PowerPC 603e
2000 August-PowerMac 7500/100 - PowerPC 601
2000 October-PowerMac 7200 - PowerPC 601
*2000 September-PowerBook FireWire - PowerPC G3/400MHz > G4/500MHz
*2001 September-PowerMac 9500 - PowerPC 604e/180MHz > G3/400MHz
*2001 September-OrangePC 540 - Pentium 2/233MHz
2001 December-PowerMac "Beige" - G3/266
*2002 March-PowerMac 9500 - 604e/233 MHz
*2003 Athlon 1600 Thunderbird > Athlon 1600 Thunderbird (killed, replaced)
2003 Athlon XP 1600+ Palomino
2003 Athlon XP 1800+ Palomino
2003 Pentium III 933
*2003 Athlon XP 3000+ Barton
*2004 Athlon XP 2400+ Thoroughbred
*2004 Athlon 1700+ #1 Thoroughbred
*2004 Athlon 1700+ #2 Thoroughbred
*2004 Athlon XP 2500+ Barton
*2004 Athlon 1700+ #3 Palomino (bought from RageJG)
*2004 Pentium III (xBox)
*2005 Dual PIII 933
*2005 Dual PIII 866
*2005 Thinkpad Celeron - 1066 MHz
*2005 Sony VAIO Picturebook - Transmeta TM580

*= still own and use

I've skipped all CPUs I did not actually own, such as work and roommate machines. Each machine has only one line, even if upgraded the CPU. Yeah, I suppose I'm gloating. Sosume.

marqmajere
04-15-05, 02:48 AM
Apple IIe
AMD k6 300mhz
AMD k6-2 500mhz
AMD Athlon 1.2ghz
AMD AthlonXP 1700+
AMD AthlonXP Barton 2500+
AMD Athlon64 3200+

Wolfhound
04-15-05, 03:07 AM
Spectrum 48k
Spectrum 128K*
Atari (don´t remember number)
286-¿? Mhz
386-¿? Mhz
486SX-33Mhz*
Petium 66Mhz
Pentium 100Mhz
Pentium II 233Mhz
Pentium II 450Mhz*
Pentium III 650Mhz*
Pentium III 866Mhz*
AMD Athlon 1000Mhz Slot*
AMD Athlon 1400Mhz Socket*
AMD Athlon XP 1700+ Palomino*
AMD Athlon XP 2600+ Throughbred*
AMD Athlon XP 2800+ Throughbred*
AMD Athlon XP 3000+ Barton*

* Still have them

In use Pentium III 866, Athlon XP 2800+, Athlon XP 3000+, the other are mounted but not used.

bkswaney
04-15-05, 03:57 AM
Forgive the formatting. I'm too lazy to stop myself from reusing previously-posted materal.

1978 Imsai 8080 - Intel 8080a
1982 Timex Sinclair (#1) - Zilog 80a
*1985 January-Commodore SX-64 - Motorola 6510/1MHz
1988 Timex Sinclair (#2) - Zilog 80a
1988 Commodore 64 #2 - Motorola 6510/1MHz
1989 September-Macintosh SE/30 Motorola 68030/16MHz > 50MHz
1989 Commodore 64 #3 - Motorola 6510/1MHz
1990 Spring-Zenith MinisPort - i80806/8MHz
1991 Autumn-Packard Bell Legend 386x - i80386 SX/16MHz
1993 November-Newton OMP - ARM 100
1994 November-Newton MP100 - ARM 100
1995 April-homebrew i486-DX100
1995 Newton MP110 - ARM 100
1996 April-PowerBook Duo 210 - Mot 68030/33MHz
1996 November-Macintosh Plus - Mot 68000/16MHz
1996 December-IBM ThinkPad 360 - i486/40MHz
1997 January-Macintosh II - Mot 68020/8MHz
1997 September-IBM ThinkPad 385D - Pentium 155 MMX
*1997 November-20th Anniversary Macintosh - PowerPC 603e Upgraded to G3-500
1998 Spring-Macintosh Quadra 700 - Mot 68040
1998 Macintosh Classic II - Mot 68000/16MHz
1999 Summer-PowerBook 5300c - PowerPC 603e
2000 August-PowerMac 7500/100 - PowerPC 601
2000 October-PowerMac 7200 - PowerPC 601
*2000 September-PowerBook FireWire - PowerPC G3/400MHz > G4/500MHz
*2001 September-PowerMac 9500 - PowerPC 604e/180MHz > G3/400MHz
*2001 September-OrangePC 540 - Pentium 2/233MHz
2001 December-PowerMac "Beige" - G3/266
*2002 March-PowerMac 9500 - 604e/233 MHz
*2003 Athlon 1600 Thunderbird > Athlon 1600 Thunderbird (killed, replaced)
2003 Athlon XP 1600+ Palomino
2003 Athlon XP 1800+ Palomino
2003 Pentium III 933
*2003 Athlon XP 3000+ Barton
*2004 Athlon XP 2400+ Thoroughbred
*2004 Athlon 1700+ #1 Thoroughbred
*2004 Athlon 1700+ #2 Thoroughbred
*2004 Athlon XP 2500+ Barton
*2004 Athlon 1700+ #3 Palomino (bought from RageJG)
*2004 Pentium III (xBox)
*2005 Dual PIII 933
*2005 Dual PIII 866
*2005 Thinkpad Celeron - 1066 MHz
*2005 Sony VAIO Picturebook - Transmeta TM580

*= still own and use

I've skipped all CPUs I did not actually own, such as work and roommate machines. Each machine has only one line, even if upgraded the CPU. Yeah, I suppose I'm gloating. Sosume.



:rofl: Your list looks like mine would have if
I had try and list all I have owned over the years.
Heck I use to buy a new laptop ever 6 to 8 months
alone.
Cannot afford it with 2 kids now though.

nIghtorius
04-15-05, 04:28 AM
My share of processors.

* MSX-1 (Zilog Z80)
* Commodore (Mos Technology 6510/8500)
* MSX-2 (Zilog Z80)
* IBM PS/2 (80286 processor)
* Amstrad PC (80486 66Mhz processor)
* Selfbuild Pentium 133 System (Intel Pentium 133Mhz)
* Pentium 200Mhz MMX (<- Upgrade P133)
* Selfbuild Pentium II 350Mhz System (Intel Pentium II 350Mhz)
* Pentium III 650Mhz (<- Upgrade P-II 350)
* Intel Pentium IV 2400Mhz System (Intel Pentium 2400Mhz/533 Northwood)
* My Current System (AMD Athlon64 3500+ (2.2Ghz) NewCastle)