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What's your CPU history, /g/?

1995: Motorola 68LC040 33MHz
1999: Intel Pentium 166MHz
2000: Intel Pentium II 333MHz
2002: Intel Pentium III 1GHz
2004: AMD Athlon64 3200+ 2GHz
2005: Intel Pentium 4 640 3.2GHz
2008: Intel Core 2 Duo E6850 3GHz
2010: Intel Core i5 760 2.8GHz
2013: Intel Core i5 4670k 3.4GHz
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2012: Intel i3 3220
2015: AMD Fx 8320
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1996(?): Pentium, 100 MHz
1998: Athlon K6-2, 233 MHz
2001: Athlon "Thunderbird", 1 GHz
2005: Athlon 64 "Venice", 2 GHz
2009: Core 2 Duo E8400, 3.6 GHz
2013: Core i5-4670K, 4.0 GHz
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How do you even remember that shit? I have no idea what CPU I had ten years ago
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around 2009: Pentium dual core (laptop)
around 2012: Core 2 duo (laptop)
2013 - now: Core i5 4670k (not laptop) + Core i5 4200U (laptop)
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2001: Intel Pentium II (desktop)
2001: Intel Ithanium I (server)
2002: Intel Ithanium II (Ithanium I was recalled)
2009: Intel Core 2 Duo T5850 (laptop)
2014: Intel Core i5 4590 (desktop)
2015: Intel Core i3 4005U (laptop)
2016: Intel Core i5 6600 (desktop)
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>>52505319
1.6GHz
2.4GHz
3.5GHz (not overclocked, got it to 4.4 before pussing out) + 1.6Ghz with boost or whatever
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First one: 6502 (80's)
Next ones: 68000, 68010, 68030 (late 80's,90's)
After that, various AMD (97+)
Current: i7-4770
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1997: Intel Pentium 133MHz
2000: Intel Pentium III 933MHz
2005: Intel Pentium 4 630 @ 3.00GHz
2008: AMD Turion X2 RM-74 @ 2.20GHz (RIP, HP laptop cooked itself)
2011: AMD Athlon II X4 635 @ 2.90GHz
2015: Intel Core i5 4460 @ 3.20GHz
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>>52504912
early 2000s: Intel Pentium III
2001: Intel Pentium 4 prescHOT
2007: q6600
2009-now: i7 920
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>>52505381
I thought the real PresHOT only came out in 2004-2005? I remember because I got the "Venice" Athlon 64 in 2005 and had some good laughs at a friend whose overclocked P4 was humiliated by the "slow" Athlon. Then his P4 blew half the VRMs on its motherboard.
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>>52505421
Correct. The only Pentium 4 architecture that was available in 2001 was Willamette. Followed by Northwood in 2002 and Prescott in 2004.
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>>52505421
You're probably right, im just guessing the years i got them.
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>>52505306
Because autism speaks
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>>52504912

1983: Zylog Z80 3.5MHz
1986: Zylog Z80 3.5Mhz (Yes, no progress)
1987: Mos 6510/8500 0.9MHz (Backwards)
1988: Motorola 68000 7Mhz
1997: Intel Pentium MMx 200Mhz
1999: Intel PII 450Mhz
2001: Intel PIII 1Ghz
2003: AMD XP TBird 1.7 1.4GHz
2006: AMD64 3000+ 2GHz
2008: AMD64 3400+ 2.2GHz
2009: AMD Phenom B60x4 3.3Ghz?
2011: Intel Core i7 920 2.6GHz

Had the i7 for nearly five years, still don't need an upgrade.
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Athlon II X2 something or other
Phenom II X4 840
FX 6300
i7 4790k
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1993: some shitty intel
1996: a better intel
2002: really shitty intel
2009: amd phenom II x4 925
Now: i5 6600k
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>>52505518
That i7 is badass. I have the second generation i7 2.2 quad core and it still rips.
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Can't remember the years

AMD K6-2 450MHz
Intel Celeron 800MHz
Intel Celeron 1100MHz
AMD Athlon XP 1800+
AMD Athlon XP 2400+
AMD Athlon 64 3000+
AMD Athlon 64 3700+
Intel Core 2 Duo E4300
AMD Phenom II X3 720BE
AMD Phenom II X4 965BE
Intel Core i5 2500K
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>>52505306

I can't even remember what computer I had 10 years ago.
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>>52505554
Intel didn't hold back with the 920. Probably one of the best consumer processors ever made.
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>>52505518
>1986: Zylog Z80 3.5Mhz (Yes, no progress)
>1987: Mos 6510/8500 0.9MHz (Backwards)

To be fair, their performance was roughly equal. A lot of Z80 instructions needed about 3 times the cycles of their 65xx counterparts.
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>>52505554

Yeah, they still perform well. I bought the i7 2nd hand, too. It was manufactured in 2008, it was already nearly three years old when I got it.

Difficult to believe a chip that's nearly 8 years old is still able to deliver.
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>>52505583

I didn't know that. Thanks for the info.
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>>52504912
>2004: AMD Athlon64 3200+ 2GHz
Cool.
>2005: Intel Pentium 4 640 3.2GHz
For the love of god WHY?!?!?
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>>52505566

If you have no life these things are of importance...
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>>52505619
It's not what it looks like, I had two computers at the time. The P4 one was a Fujitsu-Siemens computer that was given to me by a family member.
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>>52505631
What did you do with it? Run Pi to turn it into a woefully inefficient space heater? Serve oysters on the CPU at parties?
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>>52505637
Filesharing and porn hoarding mostly.
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2016: skymeme 6600k
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>>52504912
Atari 2600 (whatever processor was in that)
Apple ][e (has to have the ][)
386/16 with mathco (given to me in a Packard Bell)
Amiga 500
AMD K6 233
AMD KS-2 300
AMD Athlon (CPU on the half-shell) 500mhz I think it was.
AMD Athlon64 X2 2.2ghz (OC'd of course)
>I think this is about where I started my five year cycle for CPUs.
Intel i7-930.
I was going to upgrade to Skylake but then Intel plans on a third "tick?" "tock?" this cycle so I'm waiting little longer.
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5x86 166mhz
Pentium Prescott 2.4 ghz
i5 4670

Yeah, i'm poor as fuck

GPU:

Voodoo Banshee
Ati Radeon 9200SE
GTX760
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>>52505765
>Ati Radeon 9200SE
I'm so sorry.
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>>52505774
11 years.

11 fucking years i had this card
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>>52504912
As chronological as I can get it:

>PowerPC 603-100(?)
>Pentium-90
>Pentium MMX-166
>Pentium III 450
>Celeron 1300
>Pentium 4 2.0A / Pentium II 400 PE
>Pentium 4-M 2.0
>Core 2 Duo T5500
>Core 2 Duo E8600
>Core 2 Duo T5500 (again)
>Pentium M 1.6
>Core 2 Duo P8600
>Core 2 Duo T5500 (fucking again, but a different system this time)
>Pentium 4 EE 3.2 (the non-shit Gallatin model) + PowerPC 970MP 2.0
>A bewildering variety of mostly Pentium Ms and Pentium 4s
>????????????????????????????????????
>Core i7 2720QM (next 4 were mostly companions to this system)
>Assorted Pentium 4 and Pentium M shitboxes
>Pentium M 2.26
>Assorted Core Duo and Core 2 Duo shitboxes
>Core 2 Duo P8600
>Core i7 2620M
>Core 2 Quad Q6600
>Xeon E5507
>Dual Xeon E5450

Kill me.
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>>52505811
If you don't work in some repair shop kill yourself
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>>52505822
Card-carrying shitbox aficionado, close enough.
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>>52505788
I feel you, I was stuck with an FX5200 for a long time. Not as long as you but long enough.
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2006: Intel e4300
2016: i7 6700k
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>>52505835
what the fuck is that shit
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>>52505765
>5x86 166 MHz
I thought those were a myth desu
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2008-Pentium 4
2009-2010-Athlon XP 64+
2010-2012-Core 2 Duo t9400
2012-2013-Core 2 Duo e8400
2013-2015-Celeron M 540
2015-2016-Celeron J1800
I tried i3 i5 i7 etc but they seemed a waste of money for insecure kids to have smth to brag about. I like J1800 the best
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>>52505855
I miss Cyrix, I really do.
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>>52505758
>Atari 2600 (whatever processor was in that)
MOS 6507
>Apple ][e (has to have the ][)
MOS 6502
>Amiga 500
Motorola 68000
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You're all old
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>>52505368
GPUs:

1997: Cirrus Logic 1MB + 3DFX Voodoo 1 4MB
2000: Nvidia TNT2 M64 32MB
2005: Nvidia GeForce 6800 256MB
2008: ATI Mobility Radeon HD 3450 512MB
2011: Nvidia Geforce 315 512MB (upgraded to a Geforce GTX 550 Ti 1GB
2015: Nvidia Geforce GTX 750 1GB
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>>52505988
2000: ATI Rage 128 16MB
2002: Nvidia GeForce 2 GTS 32MB
2004: ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128MB
2005: ATI Radeon X800 Pro 256MB
2008: Nvidia GeForce 8800GT 512MB
2010: Nvidia GeForce GTX 470 1.28GB
2012: Nvidia GeForce GTX 670 2GB
2015: Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 4GB
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Pentium 4 2.4 ghz

Pentium 4 3ghz

C2d e4400

Pentium something in my laptop

Amd fx6300
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2001: Athlon 1.1GHz
2007: Core 2 Duo E3550 2.33GHz
2014: Core i3 4160 3.6GHz
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>>52505788

11 years?

Fuck...
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>>52505835

Me too.

Have 15 computers, all bar 2 are shitboxes dating back to 1996.
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>>52505951
>never experienced the majesty of a Zylog Z80.
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>>52504912
The first computer I had ran on a Cyrix CPU. I don't remember which one exactly though.

Cyrix -> Celeron -> Pentium -> Athlon -> Phenom -> Ivy Bridge
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>>52505774
>Ati Radeon 9200SE
*triggered* the first GPU I had that took up in flames
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>>52506107
>CISC clusterfuck
>majestic
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>>52504912

2000: Pentium II 300mhz
2003: AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1.2ghz
2005: AMD Athlon something
2007: Pentium IV 3.0ghz /w hyper threading
2010: AMD Phenom II X4
2013: Intel i7-3770K
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>>52504912
1995-2004: Pentium I 100Mhz
2004-2007: AMD Sempron 1,5Ghz
2007-2012: Core 2 Duo E6750 2,66Ghz
2012-2013: Core 2 Quad Q9550 2,83Ghz and Core i7 920 2,66Ghz
2013-2014: Xeon w3520 2,66Ghz and Pentium G3258 3,2Ghz
2014-2015: Core i5 4690K 3,5Ghz

Algo i hace more PCs with other CPUs as PowerPC G4 1.33Ghz and 1.42Ghz, Athlon 64 3200+, Pentium I 133Mhz, Core 2 Quad Q6600, Celeron 433Mhz, Pentium III 800Mhz and more i don't remerber now
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>>52506122
Your GPUs combust often?
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>>52506169
Oh shit, fuck my keyboard

I also have more*
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>>52506169
That Pentium must have struggled quite a bit at the end there.
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>>52506181
yeah, I give them a gasoline test as a benchmark for fire resistance, survival of the fittest
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>>52505324
I have never heard of ithanium. Was that only for servers?
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>>52506525
Servers and workstations mostly.
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1996: Motorola 68000
2000: Pentium III (550mhz?)
2003: Pentium 4 2.2 ghz
2005: Pentium 4 2.8 or 3.2 ghz(?)
2008: Athlon x2
2010: Phenom x4 955
2012-present: 3570k
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I have owned far too many computers, anon.

but here's the jist of it:
2001: pentium III 800mhz
2003: 486; 25mhz
2006: large collection of 486 or less boxen
2009: pentium II 266 thinkpad
2010: i5 thinkpad edge
2013: pentium4 2.4ghz
2015: a few pentium-m thinkpads and some non-x86 unix boxes
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2000: Intel Pentium III 800mhz
2004: Intel Celeron 1.8ghz
2009: AMD Phenom II X4 940BE
2015: Intel i5 4590
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2013: Pentium4
2014: i5 4460
2015: i7 4790k (4.8ghz O.C)
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2001(?): Pentium III 866mhz
2005: Athlon 3500+
2007: Athlon 6400+ black edition
2009: i7 920
2012: i7 3770k
2013: i7 4770k
2014: i7 4790k

I also had a bunch of laptops but I'm not going to bother listing them
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>>52507437
>2012: i7 3770k
>2013: i7 4770k
>2014: i7 4790k
What's the point? Did you burn them out?
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>>52505598
>>52505554
It was badass. I would love to get one, but that socket is almost impossible to find.
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Pentium III
Pentium 4
Core 2 Duo Laptop
Dual Core Athlon
i5 3470
i5 4460 (sold it)
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>>52507451
I was part of the Intel retail edge program and got them for $99 so I would just sell and upgrade each year.
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>>52507556
How?
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>>52505306
I can't remember who I was 10 years ago
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>>52507599
Go to the Intel retail edge website and see if you qualify. Every 6 months (in summer and winter) they do the holiday deal and sell processors at very low prices.
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1996 pentium 1 133mhz
2001 pentium 2 233mhz
2004 sempron 2700+
2008 core 2 duo T5800
2011 core 2 duo P8600
2014 i7 4790k
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>>52507667
Do they have one now? Can anyone just do this?
Also, sorry to be a pain. Can I get a link?
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I've mostly had secondhand extremely outdated junk. Thats why the years that I post next to the cpu will seem way out of wack. Also had computer failures and ended up downgrading many times.

1997: ibm 286
1999: Cyrix p150 120mhz
2002: 486 Dx 100MHz (downgrade)
2003: Pentium II 333MHz
2005: Pentium 166MHz (Big downgrade 16mb edo ram)
2005: Pentium IV 2.4GHz
2006: Core 2 Duo e6300
2007: Core 2 Duo T5500
2010: AMD Phenom Tricore
2011: Intel Atom n550 (downgrade)
2012: AMD AM2+ 5200+
2013: Core 2 Duo e8400
2014: Core i5 4590
2015: Core i3 2310m (downgrade)

A few other random pcs not mentioned. Autism maybe showing by remember ing that all off the top of my head.
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I couldn't remember the years offhand, but it goes something like:
6502
6502+Z80
68000 - dead
68030
Pentium 75 - dead and buried
AMD Athlon (Thoroughbred A)- dead
AMD Athlon 64 3000+
Intel Core Duo
Intel Core 2 Duo
Intel Pentium Gsomething (Sandy Bridge)
Intel Xeon E3-1225v3? (Ivy Bridge-based?)

Plus a few others dotted around, like a few Raspberry Pi 2s. I may have model numbers a bit wrong. I'm overdue an upgrade this year, most probably either Intel Skylake, Intel Kaby Lake or AMD Zen, depending on when I need it, how much it costs, and how it is.

My girlfriend is current on a Core 2 Duo and is probably looking to build a high-end Skylake gaming PC this spring, although might wait until the new graphics cards are out for that part.
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2004 - 1GHz Pentium III
2006 - 2.8 GHz Pentium 4 HT
2010 - 2.93GHz i7 870
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ITT: The reason why AMD is finished and bankrupt
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2004 - 2GHz Celeron (Northwood)
2008 - Core 2 Duo E8200
2014 - AMD FX-8320
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I'm running a eight year old i7-920 at 3.6ghz. I've ran it at 4.0, too, for a few weeks.

GOAT Cpu.
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>>52508381

I have a 920, never bothered overclocking. Its stock speed does everything I throw at it, with gusto (non gayma here).
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>>52504912
MOS 6510 1 MHz (c64)
Pentium III (833 MHz? Cannot remember)
IBM PPC 750 350 MHz
Freescale 7441 700 MHz
Freescale 7455 1420 MHz till today
Also, some 1.25 GHz quadcore ARM in my Android tablet (10% more powerful than my desktop)
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>>52507600
well you'd only be 4 years old 10 years ago
>>
A5X
A9X
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2002: Pentium
2008: Core 2 duo
2012: Intel atom (first laptop)
2013: core 2 DĂșo (first one dieded)
2014: Core i3 (replaced the atom)
2015: Core i5 (another laptop)

such is life when you are poor
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>>52504912
2007: P4 631
2013: i5 4670K
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386
Pentium 100mhz
Amd k6-2
Pentium 3 900mhz
Athlon x64
Athlon X2 1.7ghz (? Cant remember exact speed)
i3 540
i7 870
i5 (in my mba)
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>>52505621

Or if you don't drown your brain cells in booze you can remember at least some of the computers you owned.
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>>52505306
seek medical help
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>>52504912
2005: Pentium MMX 233Mhz
2007: Celeron something
2008: Core 2 Duo E7400
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486DX2
Pentium 1
Pentium 3
Pentium M
Phenom II X6
i5 4590
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2005: Pentium 4
2009: Core 2 Duo 2.5 Ghz

:(
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>1991 - 68000 - 7mhz
>1993 - 68020 - 14mhz
>1994 - 68030 - 50mhz
>1997 - 68040 - 40mhz
>2000 - Celeron - 500mhz
>2003 - Athlon XP - 2ghz
>2005 - Athlon XP-M - 2.5ghz
>2005 - Athlon 64 - 2.7ghz
>2008 - Opteron X2 - 2.6ghz
>2009 - Core i7 - 3.9ghz

And I haven't needed to upgrade since.
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>>52505554
I have two, yes TWO i7-920's sitting around.

But nobody fucking sells 1366 boards anymore.

I'm considering buying them from China.
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Motorola 6809E @ 0.895 MHz / 1.79 MHz (tandy coco) ~1980
***************************
a whole lot of stuff
***************************
today:
2500k, M68K,6502x3,z80s,G4s,various intel, etc etc etc

wtf. im old

Amiga still the best system by far. Hardware banging was the past and is the future. Just look at vulcan, and other ventures like that.
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>>52504912
>1995: Motorola 68LC040 33MHz
>1999: Intel Pentium 166MHz
>2000: Intel Pentium II 333MHz
>2002: Intel Pentium III 1GHz
Are you Brazilian?
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>2013: AMD A-10 6800K @ 4.0 GHz

Got it for roughly $100 or something like that when I did my first build. Most games are GPU bound these days, so I feel no need to upgrade yet.
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2000: Some AMD Duron horseshit
2006: AMD Sempron 3000+
2008: AMD Athlon X2 5000+ alongside an Eee 701 with a Celeron M 900mhz
2009: Eee 901 Intel Atom 1.6ghz
2011: AMD Athlon X2 250
2014: AMD X4 940
2015: the 2014 desktop alongside A10-5745M HP Pavilion
2016: previous two along with a ThinkPad L412 with the i3-380M that I bought as an expendable travel machine.
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2005: p4 northwood 3ghz ht
2014: fx-6300
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some pentium, before that is a mystery
then q6600
currently 4790k
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>>52504912
2004: Sempron 64 3200+
2007: E6600
2010: 1090T
2013: 6800K(got two PCs, still using the 1090T tho)
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1996: Intel Pentium 166MHz
WITH FUCKING MMX poor fags
2003: Intel Pentium 4 640 (or something) 3.2GHz
2007: Intel Core 2 Duo E7200 3GHz
2012: Intel Core i5 350k
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>>52508784
are you some kind of amigafurry?
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2010: Pentium dual E6600 3.0Ghz
2013: Intel Core i5 2.5Ghz
2015: AMD FX-8320 Octo Core 3.5Ghz overclocked to 5.0Ghz
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intel i486
intel celeron 667mhz
intel p4 2.8ghz
intel core 2 duo e5500
amd phenom II 955 BE
intel core i5 3570k
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>don't remember
>don't remember
>don't remember
>2011 i5 2500k @3.3ghz

goat CPU right there.
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>>52509440
I never felt a genuine affection for a computer like I did with the Amiga. I spent stupid money on mine. It's crazy how much you could upgrade a machine that barely changed design since the 80s. By the time I got rid of mine, I was mostly using it to emulate a Mac that ran faster than any official 68k Mac.
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>Pentium 2
>AMD Athlon x2
>AMD Phenom x4
>i7-720qm
>AMD FX 6300 (desktop)
>i5 2520-m
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2010-2016 Intel Core 2 Duo
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>>52508784
How can You recognize it? PPC should be first thought as a Mac CPUs- and these were Macs'. But yes, I'm also an Amiga fan, even if I never had one in flesh - but UAE and MorphOS.
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>>52509775
It is supposed to be an answer for this >>52509539
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>>52509801
Ha ha, you made an error!
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>>52509840
* mistake
:-)
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>>52509308
shut yo stupid ass up
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>>52504912
pentium 2
celeron northwood desktop
celeron conroe-L laptop
amd athlon x2 6400+ --- this is where i started earning my own money ---
amd phenom x3
amd phenom x4 ;_;
amd fx 6300 current

once you go MOAR CORE you never go back
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>>52509419

You had an Amiga 4000?

They sell for thousands 2nd hand.
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>>52509936
oh almost forgot. there is supposed to be a i7 2670qm in between x4 and fx6300
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>i dont even fucking remember
>2500k
>4770k
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>AMD Duron 750 Mhz
>AMD Athlon 3000+
>AMD Athlon X2 6000+
>AMD Phenom II X4 965
>Intel Core i7-3770S
probably some missing but w/e
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>Folks who have no AMD K7
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>>52509939
No, I had an A500 and then an A1200 since 1993, with numerous expensive upgrades, including a tower case and graphics card.
I should have used the money I spent on upgrades to get a Mac or a PC, but I was in too deep man.
I sold it in 2003 for about 10% of what I paid for it all, and I really regret it. I could have got a lot more for it today.
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>>52509381
dont be sad senpai
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Opinions on this? This is my current processor I have on my laptop.
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>>52510084
kek
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>>52510096
What?
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>2000

Pentium III 800 Mhz

>2007

AMD Athlon x2 4600+ 2,4 Ghz

>2012

Intel i3 2120 3,3 Ghz


I don't have any upgrade planned.
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>>52510096
??
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2012: 2600k
2013: 2600k
2014: 2600k
2015: 2600k
2016: 2600k
2017: 2600k
2018: 2600k
20XX: 2600k
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>Some socket 478 Pentium 4
>laptop core duo
>core 2 duo
>AMD Phenom II x4 955
>FX 8350
>Pentium G3258
>4670k
Maybe I'll pick up Zen or Cannonlake next. Hell, I may even wait until Zen+ or whatever comes after Cannonlake.
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>>52510183
I have a 4670k too. I don't see any reason to upgrade for the foreseeable future.
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AMD Athlon XP 1.33ghz
Some Athlon 64 I can't remember much about
AMD Phenom X4 9850 2.5ghz
AMD Phenom II X6 1090T 3.2ghz
Intel Core i7-5930k 3.5ghz
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>>52510232
Honestly, I don't either, but, I may end up buying a 4770k in the future.
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>>52510040

Yeah, the old Amiga hardware is increasing in value. The 68040 chips are highly sort after.

I got an A500 recently, with the ACA500 accellerator and memory expansion. Plan to get the 68030 40MHz 128mg upgrade.
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>>52504912

1995: Intel Pentium 133MHz
2000: Intel Pentium III 550MHz
2004: AMD Sempron 2600+ 1.83GHz
2007: Intel Core 2 Duo T7200 2.0GHz
2015: Intel Core i5-5257U 2.7GHz

Dates are approximate because my memory is shit

Also 1995 computer was my dad's. 2000 was a laptop that was bought for me. 2004 is a PC I built (well the mobo was pre-assembled so I cheated). The last two are MacBooks (master race).
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>>52510183
>>FX 8350
>>Pentium G3258

Did the AMD explode or something?
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1994: Pentium 66MHz
2003: Athlon XP 2800+ 2.08GHz
2007: Core2Quad Q6600 OC@ 3.0GHz
2012: FX-8120 Zambezi OC@ 4.0Ghz
2016: Skylake 6600k OC@ 4.7Ghz
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>>52510320
Nah, needed the money and a buddy of mine traded me his motherboard and CPU plus 50 bucks.
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>>52510344
Did you suck each other off to seal the deal?
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>Some Pentium 3 shit in the family PC
>Prescott P4 HT 2.4 or 2.8, can't remember
>i7 920
>i7 4500u in my laptop
>i7 5820k

Pretty boring really
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>>52510364
No.
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>people upgrading from the i7 920
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>>52510394
Whoops, add C2Q Q6600 in there, can't believe I forgot that
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>AMD Turion 64 X2 Mobile TL-64 @ 2.2GHz
>Intel Core i7 4790K @ 4GHz
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>>52510440
the god chip m8
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>>52510129
Also I have to add that I was pretty much tech retarded until a year later of getting my second computer.

The P3 had a 20Gb HDD, and I remember having to resort to burning DVDs when I wanted to watch anime.
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>>52504912
I don't remember exactly but a quick reverse look up puts these as most likely. (in order of use)

MOS Technology 6502 @ 1 MHz
Motorola 68000 @ 6 MHz
Intel Pentium 2 @ 400 MHz
Intel Pentium 4 @ 533 MHz
Intel Core Duo (T2500) @ 2 GHz
Intel Pentium 4 @ 533 MHz [pulled from basement after other system died, temporary]
Intel Core 2 Duo (P8600) @ 2.4 GHz
ARM11 @ 700 MHz [toyed with, realized I don't need that much computer power for what I do with new line of work]
Intel Pentium 3 @ 533 MHz
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>>52510675
>Intel Pentium 4 @ 533 MHz
>533MHz
Sorry, what?
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>>52510675
>Moto 68000
Most satisfying assembly experience
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>>52510427

My thoughts exactly.
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1994 (I think) - Intel 8088 in an PC-XT clone
1996 (IIRC) - 486SX 50 MHz no idea what maker
1998 - AMD K6-2 300 MHz
2000 - Celeron 566 MHz
2004 - Athlon XP 2200+ (Thoroughbred)
2005/2006 - Athlon 64 3200+
2012 - A8-3850
2015 - A10-6800K

2007 - Pentium II 300 MHz (notebook)
2014 - Atom Z3740 (notebook)
>>
amd duron 750mhz
core2duo 4300
pentium dualcore E6300
amd turion II P540
intel i7 4700hq
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>>52511135
and xeon E5430 clocked@ 3.4ghz
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>>52504912
Pre 2000s, don't remember
Early 2000s, don't remember
Mid 2000s, Pentium 4 3 GHz
Late 2000s, Athlon XP 2.2 GHz
Early 2010s, Phenom II X4 965
Mid 2010s, i7 4790K
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2008: intel pentium 4 2.4 ghz
2014: AMD fx-4300 3.8 ghz
2015: intel core i7 4790k 3.8 ghz
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2006 - Core2Duo E6300 1.86GHz
2007/8 - Core2Quad Q6600 2.4GHz
2014 - AMD 8350 4GHz
2014 - i5 4670 3.4GHz

The AMD was so fucking shit I bought everything Intel in under 4 months
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>>52511293
>put semite comment here
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>>52511357
You're right, my mistake.
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>>52504912
various 486s
Cyrix 5x86 100MHz
Pentium 90MHz
Pentium MMX 166MHz
Pentium PRO 200MHz (Quad CPU)*
Pentium 2 266MHz
AMD K6-2 500MHz
Pentium 2 450MHz (Dual CPU)
Pentium 3 600MHz (Dual CPU)
AMD Duron 750MHz
Pentium 3 800MHz
Celeron 1Ghz
Celeron Tualatin 1/1.2/1.3GHz
Pentium 4 1.7GHz
AMD MP 2200+ (Dual CPU)
Pentium 4 3.2Ghz
AMD64 3500+ "Winchester"
i5 750
AMD E-350
AMD E-450
i5 4670K
AMD FX 8320

*Got it in 2005 just to fuck around with
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2006: Pentium 4 3GHz
2010: i7 720qm 1.6GHz
2015: i5 2520m 2.5GHz
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>>52504912
2001(?): Pentium 4
2005: Athlon64
2010: Phenom II X6 1090T Black Edition
2013: Core i5-3570K
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2001: AMD Duron 700MHz
2009: Intel Pentium 4 2.6GHz
2010: AMD V140
2015: Core2Duo T7500 2.2GHz
2016: Core2Duo T8300 2.4GHz

>poorfag
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>>52510675
>>52510694
sorry, I think
Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz
is more accurate

>>52510809
I wish, didn't even know what assembly was till many years later. If they had just started me with command line and assembly I would not be having such a hard time unlearning GUI and other inefficient habits. That was partly why I downgraded as I memorized the simple common commands I use daily and cut out so many needless steps.

That said I have been getting more and more issues with outside systems and newer requirements. I am thinking of the crazy idea of yielding to the world's demands and just building a high end rig that can meet today's and tomorrow's requirements, then under clocking it 99% of the time. That way I hopefully won't have to keep changing computers every 5 years, as I really hate that. Thing with that is I would need to know which setup is going to last (Is an Intel Core i7-6700K just going to get outdated after I get one, like everything else?) and how to optimize the power supply for lots of low use with big spikes (Two power supply units?)
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>>52511426
Back in my ghetto modding days, Pentium cup warmer.

Can't remember if it was a Pentium or Pentium PRO.
Probably a PRO as they put out a lot more heat.
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>>52510344
So you traded him an FX 8350 for a Pentium G3258 + $50?

Sounds like a shit deal for you t.b.h., although maybe that Pentium is better than I am thinking? There is quite a performance difference between the two is there not?
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>>52511633
The G3258 is a beast if you overclock.
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2000: Pentium Pro (win 95)
2004: Pentium 3 866MHz (Me, XP)
2007: AMD Athlon X2 4400+
2012: AMD FX-8150

The Pentiums were second hand, then built the AMD rigs. Going to do a new Intel build once I finish my taxes.
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>>52511633
>>52511652

It depends if you play games or use stuff that just doesn't use more than 2-3 threads. If he was encoding anime or stuff like that, FX-8350 would be better.
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>>52504912
Intel Pentium II 300Mhz
AMD Athlon XP 1800+
AMD Athlon 64 3200+
AMD Phenom II X4 810
Intel Core i5 3570K
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>>52505324
>Ithanium

fucking moron
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>>52504912
1998: Pentium II 450mhz
2005: Pentium 4 3.0ghz
2009: i7 920
2015: Xeon X5650
2018: Cannonlake-E

>>52510427
>>52510892
>not upgrading to a cheap Xeon
>>
Poorfag reportan.
Celeron 300

P4 prescott 3.8 OC (playing with crysis sandbox in windowed was blast)

8320 4.6OC (got used to insane tdp from last procesor)

Something tells me I always bought the shit product
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>>52504912
2010: Core 2 Quad
2015: i7 4790k
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1996: Intel 486
1998: Pentium 133
2002: Pentium 4 1.6Ghz
2006: Pentium 4 3.0Ghz
2009: Core 2 Duo E8335
2013: AMD FX-8320
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How the fuck am I supposed to remember this?
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>>52504912
Intel Pentium ~100Mhz
Intel Celeron 733Mhz
AMD Athlon XP 2000+
AMD Athlon 64 3200+
Intel Core2Duo T7300
AMD A10 5800K
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1998: 486
2002~: some sempron
~2006: Intel celeron 420
~2010: Intel pentium E2180
2012: AMD 3500m (laptop, RIP)
2014: AMD FX6300
2015: Intel i5 4210u (another laptop)
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>>52507752
Just search it online. You'll figure it out. Usually it's July and November
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cpu
2008 : core 2 quad q6600 2.4 Ghz
2014: i5 4690k 4.5 Ghz

laptops
2010: pentium T4300 2.1 Ghz
2015: core 2 duo t8100 2.1 Ghz and a week later core 2 duo x9000 2.8 Ghz
both laptops have intel graphics.

gpu
2008:nvidia 8600 GS and a month later 8800 GTS 640 mb
2009: nvidia GTS 250
2013: nvidia GT 640 (250 went up in smokes after 2 summer weeks of cuda rendering with no case fans)
2014: nvidia GTX 750 Ti
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486 (laptop)
pentium II 300 mhz
pentium III 800 mhz
pentium IV 2400 mhz
AMD athlon 3200+
Intel Q6600
i3 350m (laptop)
i3 2120
i5 2500k
i7 3770k
i7 4930k -> current
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>>52505306
I can't remember why I wanted to type
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AMD K5 (I think) end of 1997
AMD Sempron 2005
AMD Phenom x4 2010
I7 4790 2015
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>>52504912
199X - 2004 Pentium I
2004 - 2009 Pentium 4
2009 - Now Core 2 Duo E8400
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Cyrix P150+
Pentium 3 500mhz
Centrino M 1.6ghz
Centrino Duo 2.0ghz
Core 2 duo 2.0ghz
Xeon E5430
I7 920
Xeon x5660
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2002-2008 P4
2008-2012 Sempron 3100+
2012-20XX i5 2500K
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>>52510038
i had a K6-2 and a K8, sorry bro
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>>52511583
looks too small to be a pentium pro
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>>52504912
> 1997: Pentium (Don't remember much about that PC. I wasn't as interested in them back then)
> 2001: Pentium II? (I don't remember much else. )
> 2004: Some athalon
> 2006: Some athalon
> 2010: i3-350m (Still have this laptop)
> 2010: Core 2 duo Q9600? (First ever built desktop)
> 2013: i5-4670k and an A8-7600 (Desktop and cheapo server)
>>
2010-2015: Intel Pentium M
2015: Intel Pentium i5-2520M
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>>52512406
Use the power of autism like the rest of us, fag.
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>>52505263
Ayyyy amd fx 8320

History

2006 intel Pentium
2010 intel i5 quad
2015 amd fx 8320
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>>52504912
2007: Some prebuilt garbage
2011: AMD Phenom x4 960T 3Ghz
2015: Intel Core i5 4690k 3.5 Ghz (4.4 overclocked)
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386
486
586
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>>52504912
>2004 P4 HT
>2007 pentium D
>2011 fx-4100(this one was muy most impressive step. Loved this processor).
>2015 fx-8320
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>>52509986
>went from 2500k to 4770k

hahahaha cuckd
>>
Intel Pentium 4 IDK
Amd Sempron 2.3ghz 2005 (is that right idk)
AMD Athlon x2 64 2.1ghz 2006
AMD Phenom I 9850 x4 2.6ghz 2007-8
AMD Phenom II 955 x4 3.9ghz (on release)
AMD FX-8350 x8 4.4ghz (on release)
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2007 - Pentium D 2.6ghz (?)
2009 - Phenom X4 9650 2.7ghz
2013 - i5 3570K 3.4ghz
2015 - i5 3570S 3.1ghz
2015 - i5 3570K 4.1ghz
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>>52505421
>"Venice" Athlon 64
Mein negro :^)
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>6502
>pentium 4
>i5 2500k
By the time I next upgrade we'll have quantum computers.
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>>52505570
>Intel didn't hold back with the 920. Probably one of the best consumer processors ever made.

And then the used LGA1366 Xeon 5650s came out on eBay for $50-75. They are drop-in replacements for the 920. Update BIOS with 920 in it, replace with 6-core, moar cache, and less heat, reboot, and re-overclock.
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1997 - Whatever Celeron was out at the time at around 700Mhz
2004 - P4 1.7GHz
2008 - Athlon X2 4800+ @ 2.6Ghz
2012 - i7 2600k @ 3.8-4.2Ghz, depends on if I want to meme out
2016 - Still using 2600k as main rig, i5 4460 in my home server replacing a G3258 (whatever the anniversary Pentium was), 4700MQ for my laptop.

Will probably be using the 2600k until it dies. Not worth replacing unless Zen is ball crushly good and retentively cheap.
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1999 Pentium 166 MHz
2002 Pentium III 1GHz
Dad decided my computer took to much space when we moved. So no computer until
2006 AMD Athlon 64 3800 + (Orleans)
2008 Intel c2d (laptop)
2011 Intel c2d (laptop)
2014 AMD APU 5350
2016 Intel i5 4200U (laptop)
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>>52505306
I can't remember why I suck cocks
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>>52509440
Glad I'm not the only one here who got his start with the CoCo. I was actually had a program published in The Rainbow Magazine which was pretty exciting for a teen living in a rural town.
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Can't remember every CPU I've ever had but the worst by far was the 486SLC (which I decided stood for Shitty Little Chip). It was basically a rebranded 386 with a few 486 features. Many low end system builders used them and sold the systems as being a 486. Complete ripoff.
>>
z80a processor
intel 80386
intel 80486
intel pentium
intel pentium III
intel pentium 4
Intel I7 2600K
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>>>>52511324

Good goy
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>>52504912
>Pentium Celeron D
>Pentium E2180
>Xeon E3110
>Core i7 2410-QM
>Xeon X3440

still on fucking 45nm......not sure if I should build a memelake box or wait for 10nm at this point, Kaby Lake might be a better choice because DDR4 should be a tad cheaper by then as DDR3 production winds down.
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Intel 286
Intel 386
Intel 486
Intel Pentium 90 Mhz
Intel Pentium MMX 233 Mhz
Intel Pentium Pro 200 MHz
Intel Pentium II 400 Mhz
Intel Pentium IV 2.2 GHz
Intel Core Duo (shitty first MacBook)
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.5 GHz (ThinkPad)
Intel Core i7 2.5 GHz (2014 rMBP)
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>>52504912
Motorola 68000 @ 7.09 MHz (PAL)
486/66
Pentium 2 300
G4 800
Intel C2D 2.16
Intel Core i5 2.8

I don't upgrade often
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2004 Intel Pentium 4
2008 Intel Celeron
2009 AMD Turion 64
2010 Intel Pentium Dual-core E5500
2013 Core 2 Duo T7520
2015 Intel Core i3 5005U
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>>52504912
2002: Intel Celeron "Tualatin" 1.3 GHz
2004: Intel Celeron "Prescott" 2.93 GHz
2008: AMD Athlon x2 "Brisbane" 2.3 GHz
2009: Intel Pentium M "Banias" 1.3 GHz
2010: Intel Pentium 4 "Northwood" 2.8 GHz
2011: AMD Athlon II x3 "Rana" 3.2 GHz
2013: AMD FX-6300 "Vishera" 3.5 -> 4.0 GHz
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>Motorola
68030 @ 16MHz
68030 @ 20MHz
68LC040 @ 33MHz

>PowerPC
IBM G3 @ 500MHz
Motorola G4 @ 450MHz
Motorola G4 @ 700MHz
Motorola G4e @ 1.25GHz
Motorola G4e @ 1.25GHz
Motorola G4e @ 1.5GHz
2x IBM G5 (970) @ 2GHz
2x IBM G5 (970MP, one core per CPU disabled) @ 2GHz(server)

>x86
Intel Pentium 4 @1.xGHz
Intel Atom N455 @ 1.6GHz
AMD Phenom II x6 @ 3.8GHz
2x AMD Opteron 2356 @ 2.3GHz
Intel Core2 Duo E8335 @ 2.66GHz (current desktop)
Intel Core2 Duo SU9400 @ 1.4GHz (current main laptop)
Intel Atom N270 @ 1.6GHz (secondary laptop)
(future) Intel Atom C2750 @ 2.4GHz (server)

>MIPS
R5000 @ 180MHz
Ingenic JZ4780 @ 1.2GHz (SBC)
>>
Fx-8350 @ 5.2GHz
>>
Pentium Pro 200mhz 1995
Pentium 3 Katmai 600mhz 2000
Pentium 3 Tualatin 1333mhz 2002 (free)
Core 2 Duo T5600 1.83ghz 2006
Phenom 2 X3 720 BE 3.6ghz 2009 (4th core unlocked)
Phenom 2 X4 N970 2.2ghz 2011

GPU's were:
Imagine 128 II 1995
Rage 128 Pro 2000
Radeon 9500 Pro 2003
Geforce 8800GTS 2005 (free, don't ask how)
Radeon HD5870 2009 (had HPX for awhile)

Haven't really been compelled to upgrade. Processors seem to have stagnated except in core count. GPU's still good enough to be midrange.

Maybe Zen will be good.
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>>52521954
>Maybe Zen will be good.
That's what we all said about Bulldozer.
>>
PIII Celeron 533Mhz
Pentium D Celeron ?Ghz
Phenom II X2 550 BE
FX 8320

Keeping my hopes up for Zen, or else it's botnet for me.
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>>52520505
Lemme guess: Amiga > PC > Mac?
>>52521403
And here: Mac, PC and ... SGI ? Some MIPSy workstation?
>>
Don't remember years but
Pentium 2, pentium 4, athalon 64 mobile, phenom 2 black , fx 8350
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>>52515320
what's wrong with the 4770k?
I've had it for a while. clocked at 4.5
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>>52522904
Yeah, the R5000's in an SGI O2
>>
Pentium D
Pentium 4
Core 2 Duo E8200
Core 2 Quad Q6600
i7 4770k
>>
Some unknown old ass piece of shit
Some dual core i2 shitbox
Some other dual core i2 shitbox
I7 920m @ like 2.6ghz
I7 4790k @ 4ghz
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>>52522955
plz respond
>>
Pentium 1 60MHz
Pentium 3 450 MHz
Athlon XP 2600+
Turion64x2 1600 MHz (notebook)
Celeron dual core 2200MHz
Core2Duo E8500
Fx4300
>>
How the hell do you rember it so precisely

I only know that I had Pentium I II III at some point and then Core 2 Duo i5 760 and i5 4690k at another, but no idea what was inbetween
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>>52504912
1985: Your Mom

She's been going strong ever since.
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>>52522955
>what's wrong with the 4770k?

nothing
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>>52524848
savage
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>>52524506
this used to be a place for nerds at some point, he's probably lost
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2000: AMD K6-2
2006: Athlon XP 2400+
2009: Pentium T4300 2.1GHz (laptop)
2014: i7-4770k
>>
Anybody here have a Core 2 Quad system or CPU that they can sell me?
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Dec 2002: Athlon XP PR2200+ (Tbred-B IIRC), overclocked to 2.2ghz

Stuck with it until 2009. Could play 720p videos just fine and sometimes even 1080p, depending on how it was encoded.
Got a crappy laptop then, which I no longer have. 2 years ago I built my second computer, with an i5-4670.
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>>52504912
>733mhz pentium
dad built me a unreal gaming computer, it was some strange slot to socket adapter.
>1.9ghz dual core amd athalon
used that desktop till vista dropped
>3 ghz phenom II
>core i3m
>core i5m

i grew up and game on a ps4 now, only games i care to play are fallout honestly, i lost all my gaming interest :(
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>>52526102
Same. I bought an Xbox One, then a gaming PC, and then a PS4.
Now that I have all of them I have no interest for gaming
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1992: 286 12MHz
1995: Pentium 100MHz
1999: K6-2 400MHz
2001: Athlon 1.2GHz
2005: Celeron 2.6GHz
2010: Pentium 4 3GHz
2011: i5-2400 3.1GHz
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>>52522955
Its a sidegrade, you gained about 5% performance per clock with that.
>>
When do you guys think it's time to upgrade from a 3570K?
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>>52505732
Skymeme top meme hardware
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>>52505951
Yeah, my first PC was in 2003. Some of these guys gotta be 20 years more than that
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>>52516648
The fuck?
>>
Pentium II 350MHz
Athlon 1GHz - Thunderbird I think
Pentium 4 HT 3GHz - I know, point and laugh
Pentium D 3.2GHz - >he fell for the Netburst meme twice
Core 2 Extreme X6800 2.93GHz
FX 8120 3.1GHz
FX 8320 3.5GHz
i7 4790k 4GHz
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>>52510337
How did you get 4.7? Mind nigged out at 4.5
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>>52504912
2001 : Pentium 4 1,4 Ghz
2009 : Core 2 Quad Q6600
2013 : i3-3217U (laptop)
2015-now : i3-4150

was about to buy the Core i5-4590, but i cant justify the purchase yet since all i do is Excel stuff, movies and cs:go
>>
intel 8088
intel 286
intel 486dx33 mhz
cyrix p166+ 133mhz
pentium mmx 200 mhz
pentium 2 350 mhz
pentium 3 550 mhz
pentium 3 800 mhz
pentium 4 2266 mhz
pentium 4 3000 mhz
core 2 duo e6600 2400 mhz
core i7 2600k 3400 mhz
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>>52509775
what kind of mac run a freescale cpu
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>>52527701
Fanboy?
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>>52527720
Those called "G4"
>>
Celeron 600Mhz
Celeron 700Mhz
Pentium 4 1.6Ghz
Core 2 Duo 2.13Ghz

(I haven't upgraded in years now).
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>>52527790
Oh right, back then these were still Motorolas. Nrwer mind.
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>>52527850
yea hence my confusion
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...various intel or other manufacturers 386 or 486 beige boxes that came and went and were used for dos gaymen (maybe even a pentium) until

>year 2000 or 2001
older brother got a celeron (700orother) pc for gaymen
>tell brother that you've heard the durons are better for gaymen and still cheap
>he tells you he isnt buying amd shit
>gaymen worked fine at first cant complain but had to use shitbox for years

2006: got a "new" computer as a present for finishing highschool :
pentium 4 (2.4Ghz?)
was super happy to get it but still a shitbox
changed it 6 months later to:

Athlon64 X2 3800+
kept it for a year

2008: bought an E2200 (its a pentium core2duo) which was a fuckup; saved 3 bucks instead of going for a E5200
>You only need to reach 3Ghz for games, after that neither the processor nor the cache matters!!
yeah right
major fuckup but kept it for upgrading to a cheap quad (that idea fell through)

late 2014: used i3 2100 (sandy) for pretty cheap

This i3 has been the worst cpu compared to the rest for running games at time of purchase. It's just been awful.
I don't recommend this at all.. should have went with a cheap fx
>>
2004: AMD Athlon 64 3400+ 2.4 GHz (retired in 2012)
2009: Intel Atom 280 (still in use)
2010: Samsung ARM11 680 MHz (retired in 2014)
2012: Intel i7-2700k (still in use)
2014: Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (still in use)

These are just the ones that I've bought myself. I had computers before 2004, but they were handed down to me, and I don't remember what any of them were except for the 60 MHz PowerPC 601 that was in my very first computer, which I still have.

Here's a question: Is the Snapdragon 801 a more powerful CPU than the Athlon 64? It's 2.5 GHz and quad core, vs 2.4 GHz and single core. I know that x86 is a lot more powerful than ARM clock for clock, but is one from 2004 more than four times as powerful as a relatively modern SoC, clock for clock?
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>>52528007
>2014: Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 (still in use)
rolleyes.jpeg
>>
Let's see...

MOS 6510
WDC 65C02
Motorola 68030
Motorola PPC 601e
Dual Intel PII 333
Some AMD Slot A
Dual AMD 1800+XP (modded obviously)
Then an endless stream of work purchased personal laptops. I think aa three year old i5 now.
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>>52528038
Yeah, yeah, people don't count SoC's as CPUs. Whatever. I included it for a reason. I am wondering if it's more powerful than the first computer I ever bought. I think it might be.
>>
2009 Core i7-920 (workstation)
2014 Core i5-4210U (notebook)
.
.
.
2018 Core i7-9960X

Hopefully my i7 makes it till 2018
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>>52528007
>Here's a question: Is the Snapdragon 801 a more powerful CPU than the Athlon 64?
CPU Boss is good for starting to answer these questions

http://cpuboss.com/cpus/Qualcomm-Snapdragon-800-vs-AMD-Athlon-64-3200
>>
pentium 2 300mhz
pentium with MMX 133mhz
AMD sempron 64 2ghz
pentium 3 900mhz
core 2 duo T5200
AMD turion 64 X2 QL-60
core i7-2630qm
core 2 duo SU9400
core 2 duo P8400
core i5-6600k
core i3-2370m

i like intel and they are in order of acquisition.
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WDC 65C02 (Apple IIc)
QED R4640 (WebTV)
PowerPC G3 333MHz (Apple Powerbook G3)
PowerPC G4 1.25GHz (Apple eMac)
PowerPC G4 1.44GHz (Apple iBook G4)
AMD Sempron 3100+ 1.8GHz (eMachines W3107)
Intel Core 2 Duo E2140 1.6GHz (CPU&Mobo sourced from some HP prebuilt)
Intel Core 2 Duo E7500 2.93GHz (CPU&Mobo sourced from some Dell prebuilt)
AMD Athlon X4 750K 3.75GHz (Built from scratch)
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>>52528152
reddit pls go
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>>52528152
Interesting. It's comparing a Snapdragon 800 with a 2.0 GHz Athlon 64, but those are close enough and the Snapdragon wins by a wide enough margin that I think it's clearly the winner in my case. I thought as much, but I wasn't sure. So, it took ten years for my most recent cell phone to be more powerful than the first desktop that I ever bought.

Now I wonder how long it took me to own something that was more powerful than the most powerful computer that existed when I was born. Wikipedia's page on the history of supercomputing seems to indicate that it would have been a Cray 2, which did 1.9 GFLOPS. Might it have been a PlayStation 2?
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2001: Pentium III, 700Mhz iirc
2003: Athlon XP, 1.8 or 2.2Ghz
2007: Athlon 64, base 2.6, OC 3.2
2009: Phenom X3 8650, base 2.3, OC 2.6 (shit motherboard)
2014: i7 3630QM
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I never cared prior to my Q6600.

After that I had a 2500k and now a 4770k.

That covers the last 10 years probably.
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2001: Pentium 4 1.6 Ghz
2006: Core 2 Duo E6600
2009: Phenom II X4 965, 3.0Ghz
2011: i7-3650QM (Some shitty Sony Vaio)
2012: i5-2500K, 3Ghz
2013: i7-4930MX,3Ghz
2015: i7-4790K, 4Ghz
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