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My 8086 was manufactured by AMD. tongue.gif
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AMD Athlon XP 3200+ smile.gif
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Had to do some research for this which was pretty cool in retrospect...

My AMD following started in 2007 with my first build with Socket 939 Athlon 64 X2 3800+, after that was AM2 Athlon 64 X2 5400+ BE, then AM3 Phenom II X3 720 BE, and now FM2 A10-7850K. Quite the journey thumb.gif
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K6-2 400Mhz I think. followed by a 1Ghz tbird, followed 2500+ barton that did 2.5Ghz on water. Intel since then.
 
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K5 then K6 then Athlon II quad core then Phenom II 955BE,965BE, 1055 and 1100t.

Played around with pentiums before that, but skipped P4 and Core Duo chips.

Although my Godfather just HAD to have a P4 an we built it for him. the system got thrown through a winDow if I remember correctly. He didn't have much patience when system lagged.

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Im not even sure what my first AMD cpu was but I can tell you how I got it...

My grandfather, a ham radio operator and old-school photographer (with his own dark room) decided to get into computers. He ordered an AMD rig from Tiger Direct. A few months later (and while his dementia accelerated) he saw Home Shopping Network running a special on Dells. When he called them they told him that the recently purchased computer from Tiger Direct was junk and these new Dells would blow it away.

So he ordered two of them. One for himself and one for my uncle. When they came in he asked me if I wanted the AMD rig. I took it. I couldnt believe how much faster it was than the new HSN Dells he got as well as everyone elses desktop computer I encountered. At that time I had a crappy gateway laptop as well as an old IBM laptop. My desktop had stopped working and I gave up on fixing it. All of those were intel

When I got the Tiger Direct AMD desktop I hadnt even heard of AMD. So I was really skeptical. At first, I believed what the HSN people told my grandfather; Tiger Direct had taken him for a ride, overcharged him for a "no name" computer, etc. But nothing could be farther from the truth.

It lasted a really long time and I stayed with AMD ever since (with the exception of having a few intel rigs that were donated to me). Actually, it never died or had any problems. I eventually sold it to a friend who had kept coming over to use my computer because it was faster than his.

It was purchased around '99-2000. I really hadnt even owned a computer in between the years of 87 and 1999. From Commodore 64 (and a 128) right into the new era of multi-core processors and using Kazaa to "sample" music direct from other users over the intertubes
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I believe mine was a AMD Athlon 64 1700+ or 1800+.
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Im not even sure what my first AMD cpu was but I can tell you how I got it...

My grandfather, a ham radio operator and old-school photographer (with his own dark room) decided to get into computers. He ordered an AMD rig from Tiger Direct. A few months later (and while his dementia accelerated) he saw Home Shopping Network running a special on Dells. When he called them they told him that the recently purchased computer from Tiger Direct was junk and these new Dells would blow it away.

So he ordered two of them. One for himself and one for my uncle. When they came in he asked me if I wanted the AMD rig. I took it. I couldnt believe how much faster it was than the new HSN Dells he got as well as everyone elses desktop computer I encountered. At that time I had a crappy gateway laptop as well as an old IBM laptop. My desktop had stopped working and I gave up on fixing it. All of those were intel

When I got the Tiger Direct AMD desktop I hadnt even heard of AMD. So I was really skeptical. At first, I believed what the HSN people told my grandfather; Tiger Direct had taken him for a ride, overcharged him for a "no name" computer, etc. But nothing could be farther from the truth.

It lasted a really long time and I stayed with AMD ever since (with the exception of having a few intel rigs that were donated to me). Actually, it never died or had any problems. I eventually sold it to a friend who had kept coming over to use my computer because it was faster than his.

It was purchased around '99-2000. I really hadnt even owned a computer in between the years of 87 and 1999. From Commodore 64 (and a 128) right into the new era of multi-core processors and using Kazaa to "sample" music direct from other users over the intertubes

Sorry to hear your Grandfather was affected by demensia. My Grampa was a ham operator too. Call sign W6JIC. One of the first handed out. He got his when he was 16 and that's how he became a Radioman before we entered WWII.

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my first is a "duron 700mhz
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K6
Athlon
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