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Overclocking probably didn't even exist back then.
It did! :O
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post #32 of 43
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Overclocking probably didn't even exist back then.
In 1995 I overclocked my Pentium 75 to 90 and 100MHz. Just by moving a FSB jumper from 50MHz FSB to 60 or 66MHz.
    
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I guess you don't want too..
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post #34 of 43
probably pentium 1 100-200mhz
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My first computer was a Pentium 75 in 1995.

I miss Packard Bell Navigator
My first computer was a Packard Bell too except mine was a Pentium 60 I believe (1 MB video RAM !!!). I still have it in my garage somewhere.
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post #36 of 43
It probably isn't an Intel, more than likely it's an old Cyrix cpu.
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From what I recall of the early 90's. Stated 16years back, is 1995. (Pardon me if math is somewhat inacurate). But I recall having both a 486, 100mhz, and a 586, P1, 133mhz. Both fantastic. (At the time). Both with windows 95. (The 486 performed somewhat better oddly..). This is from my memory as a Youth though. As i'm 27 now. But it was also around the same time I was hit by a jeep/truck, won a settlement, got a new bike/pc, So yeah. Fun times.

I'd vote a MAX p1, 166/200, though a minimum, if WORK computers from then... I'd think they're most likely 386/486 models. Min-max hdd's, 100mb-1gb (Had an 800 or so mb hdd for win95 p1, 133). And my old pc's, had turbo buttons... lol... Huzza..

But for the computers you have. You may be able to refurb / clean install win95 on them all. And make them run a very basic app for all of ya. But the long run, no real "present day" use, but hobbiest fan work.

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My vote is for a sub-100 MHz Pentium or 486. I had a 486DX2 66MHz and a Pentium 120 MHz back in the day, but the 120 wasn't out until 1996. Some people forget that after the Pentium (and before the Slot 1 Pentium IIs) came the Pentium MMX, which were Socket 7 CPUs. These were 166/200/233 MHz, if I recall correctly. There was also the Pentium Pro, which was their high-end chip, like the Xeon today. These used a larger socket, called Socket 8. I'd say it's pretty unlikely these are what he had, since they weren't common until 96.

Things have come a long way since then.. video memory was often 1MB or less, and hard drives were still measured in MB, sometimes even if it was over 1 GB (the "1080 MB" hard drive was quite common). There were also the Cyrix CPUs, which is long forgotten by most... they used names like "5x86" and "6x86", which would trick people into thinking they were better than Intel's 486 and the Pentium (which people thought of as a 586). Cyrix was pretty much garbage, though -- the FPU could not compete with the Pentium, overheating was common, and I am pretty sure I can recall issues with using SoundBlaster 16 cards as well. (Onboard audio didn't exist back then)

As for AMD, back then they made a line of processors called the K5, which along with Cyrix they were considered bottom-of-the-barrel compared to an Intel Pentium. These were all Socket 7 CPUs, which of course had the pins on the CPU itself, rather than the motherboard. (It might be surprising to some of you, but in the eyes of many people AMD was considered sub-standard, or just outright garbage in these days... until the Athlon.)

Oh, and yes, overclocking did exist back in these days Even the old GPUs, like the Riva 128 and Riva TNT (some of nVidia's first cards) were overclockable. I remember popping in a Diamond Viper V330 (NVidia Riva 128) and OCing it for the first time... I thought it was the coolest thing ever lol. Setting the clock rate/multiplier for processors was done by setting jumpers on the motherboard, so overclocking was possible in this way, too. My first "big success" with overclocking was running my Pentium II 400 @ 448 MHz, a whopping 12% gain! Cases back in these days were almost universally "tombs", most wouldn't even have a single fan in there stock.

Anyway, I guess I'll have to end the history lesson here lol. Have fun with those old CPUs.
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I'm jealous. My ole classic is a Zeos 486. 50mhz of computing glory. Plus the case is twice the size of my GT - 8MB of RAM and a 60MB HDD need room to breath, apparently.
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Turn them into native dos machines and never have to deal with dosbox again.
    
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