Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by AthlonX2, Jul 29, 2010.
so is this like a card game do i need to collect them all?
Got a new CPU, it's an AMD Phenom II 1055T.
Now just need to wait for the board to get here..
Intel Core 2 Duo
I have an i5 2500k.
Unfortunately, I don't have a motherboard for it yet.
Athlon II X2 260.
The little e8200 is still kicking.
Moved from a i7 920 to a i7 970 about a month ago. Freak'n amazing cpu
Second one should be coming soon to replace my other i7 920 (crunching power)
had to downgrade for the moment... From Athlon II X4 630 to Pentium Dual-Core e5300 @stock. I can't get it to run stable at any OC, not for long anyway
Yeah that I noticed aswell... Xeon X3440 anyone? I want that CPU!
BTW, welcome to TPU Bue-Tiger!
And thank you sir
an old q6600
very good topic
Got burned by the TLB error bug on an original Phenom 9600, but upgraded to a Phenom II 940 Black Edition and have been satisfied by the bang for the buck factor ever since.
OF COURSE YOU DO! FOR ME!!!
Have an i5 750 and an i7 860...
Would have had a Sandy Bridge 2600K plus mainboard, but went for two 6950's instead...
i have most of them
I also have quite a few Intel processors which I don't use anymore... Even got a 426-pins PIV@1.4GHz...
i have one of those lol its in an old gateway i got for free
im bored i am goingto try and name the chips i have had (may have sold some)
AXP 2000+ TB
AXP 3200+ IDK what core
A64 3000+ newcastle (754)
A64 3400+ claw CG (754)
turions ML28 thru ML34 (multiples)
Sempron 2500+ thru Sempron 3400+ (multiples)
A64 3000+ venice (939)
a64 X2 3800+ toledo
AX2 5600+ CZ
AX2 6400+ CZ
AX2 5000+ BE (several)
sempron X2 2300+ (nice)
phenom 9600 (OEM NONE BE crap)
phenom 9750 95w
phenom 9950BE 140w
Athlon X2 7750BE
athlon II X2 250
athlon II X4 640
phenom II X2 550BE
phenom II X2 555BE
phenom II X3 720BE
phenom II X4 910
Phenom II X4 945BE ES
phenom II X4 955BE (prerelease)
phenom II X4 965BE C2
phenom II X6 1055t
phenom II X6 1090t BE
opty 2xxx dual core santa anna thing idk model
Athlon FX51 (940)
core i3 560ES
core i7 920
Core 2 duo 8200
core 2 e5200
i think i missed some but thats the gist of it
With overclock enabled, you can tune your system for extra performance and feed your need for speed.π Plus, greater cache size and higher frequencies make it the perfect engine for power users who demand unparalleled performance and unlimited digital creativity.
The Intel® Core™ i7 processor Extreme Edition automatically speeds up when your PC needs extra performance, thanks to Intel
I had a non-intel DX2-80 as my first processor. Won't bother trying to name the rest. But I've been a fan of Intel since they released that PII-300 that could clock to PII-450 every time. Obviously I had one of those (had it for ages!)
This, ladies and gentlemen, is the amount of processors TPU users DREAM of ever owning
it seems you are just marketing the i7
I got a athlon II x3 445, wont unlock the forth core tho
1) Intel 8086
2) Intel 80286 + 287 co pro
3) Intel 80386
4) AMD 486dx2-50
5) AMD 486dx2-100
6) AMD K6-2 3d 450 (oc'd to 500)
7) AMD AthlonXP 2800+ (barton core)
8) AMD Athlon64 3700+ (skt 754)
9) AMD Athlon64 x2 3800+ (skt 939)
10) AMD Atlon64 x2 4800+ (skt 939)
11) AMD Athlon x2 7750BE (skt AM2+)
12) AMD Phenom II X4 940BE (skt AM2+)
phenom II x6 1090t for me!!! w00t w00t
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