Discussion in 'General Hardware' started by peaz, Dec 26, 2016.
Was clearing my home and I found these beauties from the past. Man. Nostalgia!!!
I think the oldest CPU's I have in the house would be the 6507 in my Atari VCS or a Z-80 in my old IC collection. And a pentium 386.
Take photos of them and post it here too!
It would be hard to do that. They are deep in the attic and basement. And I don't want to take my Atari apart right now.
Also have a couple c2d's, Thunderbird 1100, P2 350, and p3 500 sitting around.
Oh, and a 2.4G Northwood.
No need to take apart the Atari of course... That's truly old skool, don't think anyone here can beat yours.
MOS Technology 6507 - Wikipedia
Zilog Z80 - Wikipedia
Pentium II - Wikipedia
And the Atari still works.
I have the Cyrix MII, the Pentium 166MMX and the Pentium 200MMX as well. Even the Pentium II 400. I didn't buy those things - these were given by someone.
Newer microcontrollers (not processors) are with these speeds as well. I wonder how would an STM32F4/7 or a PIC32MZ compares to those classic gems?
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