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I think that was the most weighting I have ever seen in a post
Yeah, I know I just didn't want to leave anybody behind. Could've made two posts, but it would be just as long hehehe.

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Originally Posted by The Master Chief View Post
BNIB since 1999




Nice! And I bet very rare nowadays. You never had the temptation to open the box ?

On a related note, the Pentium Overdrive I bought (picture on first post), actually came new in the box too But I actually bought it to use it. I may buy another one just to have one brand new too

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Originally Posted by kenolak View Post
Can't blame anyone not wanting to buy it. Can't blame myself for not really wanting to sell it! Newer version of cpuz shows the logo for the newer ones but o well.


Thanks! Added!


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wish i could find these... but they are some old ones i used to have. Thats a 939 amd, which isnt that old...



here are the only ones i could find



Back: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/745905/CPU/DSC00891.JPG

i think this is a thunderbird right? but some of the numbers dont match up



Back: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/745905/CPU/DSC00893.JPG
Hmm, nice find! But I doubt any of those are rare. I can't really make out what kind of Pentium is that. Is it the 66 Mhz version ?

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I don't think Atom is Netburst. Wikipedia says it uses something called the Bonnell microarchitecture. I can't see it being Netburst, so I'm sure they have stopped using it. Atom isn't a Pentium 4 update. It is a new and low power/small/low performance CPU. The Pentium 4's "update" was it's replacement, the Core 2 on the desktop front.
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The Pentium 4 never got an update - Core draws its roots from the Pentium 3 (via the Pentium M).
I think that is what she meant the way she phrased it.

I also talked a bit about that in my suuuuuuuper long post above.
 
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Did anyone here ever own a mobile Pentium (I) 266 or 300 mmx?

Regarding the 80186 in the op, wasn't that an embedded cpu? I have never heard of the 80188.
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This sure brings back memories. I remember owning an AMD 486Dx5 back in the day, all it took was a 40mm fan on a tiny heatsink . I wish that was enough nowadays.

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Nice! And I bet very rare nowadays. You never had the temptation to open the box ?

On a related note, the Pentium Overdrive I bought (picture on first post), actually came new in the box too But I actually bought it to use it. I may buy another one just to have one brand new too


Well it was my Dad's actually. He bought like 3 of them at Micro Center a long time ago, used 2, and this one got put into storage. After I was helping him clean up his basement, I stumbled upon this and took it, for my own self (yes, my own self, AKA me, yes, me). I've been tempted to open it up, but might as well leave it BNIB, collectors item in a few years to those that might still remember it.

Also I might add, that both of the computers that use the Pentium II overdrive chips, still work to this day, one even runs windows ME perfectly.
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one of the slot 1 celerons doesnt have a fan on the heatsink, so i only took a photo of 1 motherboard with the cpu.

Motherboard with cpu (and ram 128mb pc100 stick):

Yes, those are ISA slots
cpu front:

cpu rear:

ignore the crappy camera, my lens is broken (hence the weird top right corner. and yes, i do need to redo the varnish on my desk, that's next weekends job)
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Wow, The BH6. Nice board there!

I have a dual-socket 370 Abit BP6 . It only supports the Mendocino celerons up to 533mhz though.
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from what i have read, those boards also support the slot 1 pentium 3's
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one of the slot 1 celerons doesnt have a fan on the heatsink, so i only took a photo of 1 motherboard with the cpu.

Motherboard with cpu (and ram 128mb pc100 stick):

Yes, those are ISA slots
cpu front:

cpu rear:

ignore the crappy camera, my lens is broken (hence the weird top right corner. and yes, i do need to redo the varnish on my desk, that's next weekends job)
Nice find! It's not very rare tough, I think.

I have worked with a board that looks almost exactly like that one. It was from Asus, can't remember the exact model number, but it had the ISA slots in exactly the same place and everything.

If that board is anything like it, it will use the 440BX chipset, and will be compatible with...

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from what i have read, those boards also support the slot 1 pentium 3's

slot 1 Pentium 3's up to 600 Mhz

I never got to put a 600Mhz one in it because the case had the PSU blocking a CPU with a bigger heatsink from fitting, but I did install a 45o Mhz P3 in it.
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Intel i486 Dx2 is FTW. 33Mhz, and some computers supported "overclocking" by moving a jumper on the mobo to make it run at like 40Mhz.
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Would engineering samples be counted as rare? I don't have one but I know some people have a couple for Bulldozer. I'm pretty sure one of them is here on OCN.
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