Your CPU progression

AltTabbins

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Alttabbins plays Animate Dead.

Intel 486
Intel Pentium 33mhz
Intel Pentium 90mhz
Intel Pentium III 700mhz
AMD Duron +1700
AMD Athlon +3000
AMD Athlon x2 +3800
Intel Core 2 Duo e6300
Intel Core 2 Duo e6850
Intel Core 2 Quad e9400
Intel Core i7 2700k
Intel Core i7 4770k
Intel Core i7 7700k
Intel Core i9 9900k
Intel Core i9 10900k
 
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Damn, im amazed that you guys/gals can remember that many and that far back! Im lucky if i can remember my current rigs specs. Im not kidding, i have to keep all of my component boxes in bigger marked boxes! Otherwise...chaos.
Well done.
 

trick0502

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I’ll go newest till I don’t remember anymore. Only including gaming pc cpus.
5950x
3700x
2700x
4770k
2500k
Q6600
Amd 4400x2 (something like that?)
3200+ 939
3200+ 754
2500xp
1700xp
 

cdabc123

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Dual x5460
X5670
Dual x5670
2700k
Dual e5-2670
5820k
ES 10c 10t xeon at 3.4ghz (lga-2011 v3)

Thats for my "main" desktop. I always had a few rigs around with an additinal variety of chips and I can't remember all the chips ive went through (lots of es xeons)
 

Grebuloner

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I'll play. These are just my main rig CPUs. Between BOINC, PCs for other rooms and uses, home servers, and laptops on the side, there are easily 30-40 more. The first two are from the family computer when I was but a wee laddie and "cheap" computers were still quite expensive:

8088
80386DX
MC68030+68881
Pentium ][ 400
Pentium 4 3.06 (Northwood)
Athlon 64 3800+
Core 2 Quad Q6600
Core i7 3930k
Core i9 10980XE
 

TheSlySyl

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From what I can remember for desktops.

Pentium 3 533mhz
Athlon 64 3000+
-Some Athlon X2-
AMD Phenom II X4 940BE @3.6hz, i used this baby FOREVER.
AMD Ryzen 1700
AMD Ryzen 3900X

While most of my own machines have been AMD machines, i remember building a lot of Intel Q6600 and early core i5 systems for friends.
Most of my laptops have been Intel machines, my current laptop is an Intel 8750H.
 
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equinox654

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80286
68030 mac
K62-300 @ 333
Athlon 550 @650
Duron750 @ 1ghz
Xp2100+
P4C-2.4 @3.2
Athlon 64 3200+ @ 2.5
Core2 e4300 @3.2
C2Q 9400 @ 3.8
Xeon w3520 @ 4.0
2500k @ 5.0
3570k @ 4.5
4670k @ 4.6
Ryzen 1700 @ 3.9
9900k @ 5.0

Damn I think I'm even missing some.
 

Zarathustra[H]

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7 year Necro-wow

My thoughts too, but heh, I guess mine could use an update. I last posted in 2009...


I was just thinking about mine, and found it difficult to remember, but here it goes from my best recollection:


It all starts when I was allowed to use my parents old XT computer for educational games at age 8...

1988: 8088 (I forget the clock rate, probably 4Mhz)
1991: 286 8Mhz (OC:ed to 12MHz, This was both my my first own computer and the first one I took apart and put back together again at age 12, it scared the crap out of my parents)
1994: 486sx 25mhz (OC:ed to 50Mhz, This was my first - from scratch - PC build, For OC all that was needed was the addition of an HSF which it did not have stock)
1995: Pentium 90Mhz (OC:ed to 120Mhz)
1997: Pentium MMX 200mhz (would not OC at all)
2000: AMD Duron 600mhz (OC:ed to 800Mhz)
2001: AMD Athlon 1.2Ghz (Would not OC at all, this thing ran HOT)
2001: AMD Athlon 1.4Ghz
2001: AMD Athlon 1.2Ghz (same CPU as above after crushing the 1.4 (and it's replacement, my second 1.4) with an asetek vapochill
2001: AMD Duron 600mhz (OC:ed to 800mhz) After I destroyed the 1.2 with the vapochill and got fed up and sold it)
2002: AMD Athlon XP 1800+ (No OC. I had gotten tired of loud fans, and it was fast enough)
2004: AMD Athlon64 3000+ (socket 754) (OC:ed from 2Ghz to 2.4Ghz)
2009: Intel Core i7-920 (Was able to hit 3.8ghz stable air cooled with built in cooler in Shuttle SX58H7, but it was LOUD, so I'm running stock until I need more speed.)

So, here is the 2020 update.

I'm going to drop the 8088, as it was my parents, not mine, and fix some errors in my recollection last time I posted.

1991: 286 8Mhz (OC:ed to 12MHz, This was both my my first own computer and the first one I took apart and put back together again at age 12, it scared the crap out of my parents)
1994: 486sx 25mhz (OC:ed to 50Mhz, This was my first - from scratch - PC build, For OC all that was needed was the addition of an HSF which it did not have stock)
1995: Pentium 90Mhz (would not OC at all)
1997: Pentium 150Mhz (pre-MMX) (OC:ed to 200Mhz)
2000: AMD Duron 600mhz (OC:ed to 950Mhz)
2001: AMD Athlon 1.2Ghz (Would not OC at all, this thing ran HOT)
2001: AMD Athlon 1.4Ghz
2001: AMD Athlon 1.2Ghz (same CPU as above after crushing the 1.4 (and it's replacement, my second 1.4) with an Asetek Vapochill
2001: AMD Duron 600mhz (OC:ed to 950mhz) After I destroyed the 1.2 with the vapochill and got fed up and sold it. I lost three expensive - for the time - CPU's to that thing)
2002: AMD Athlon XP 1800+ (No OC. I had gotten tired of loud fans, and it was fast enough)
2004: AMD Athlon64 3000+ (socket 754) (OC:ed from 2Ghz to 2.4Ghz)
2009: Intel Core i7-920 (Was able to hit 3.8ghz stable air cooled with built in cooler in Shuttle SFF SX58H7, but it was LOUD, so I ran it at stock speeds.)
2011: AMD Phenom II 1090T (Overclocked to 4Ghz if memeory serves) (decided to get rid of the small form factor, and go full case. This was my "wait for bulldozer" CPU in a 990FX motherboard I bought to be ready)
2011: Intel Core i7-3930k (Sandy-E 6C/12T, overclocked to 4.8Ghz) (Bulldozer launched and it sucked. I was disappointed and bought a Sandy-E
2019: AMD Threadripper 3960x. It's been down for a while due to a bad Gigabyte motherboard, and I am rebuilding it as we speak. No OC. It just isn't necessary.

Note, these are for my main desktop only. Servers, HTPC's, routers, other PC's I've built, I have not included.
 
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ooh, i like this game!
I've had too many, some of the model #'s may be a little off. Yes, it's all more or less in chronological order. Yes, I've done some weird down/side-grades lol

Desktop CPUs in primary systems
Motorola 68020 @ 16Mhz (Macintosh LC)
PowerPC 603e @ 160Mhz (PowerMac 6360)
PowerPC 603e @ 240Mhz (UMAX C600 Mac "clone")
AMD Duron @ 1300Mhz
Dual Pentium III @ 1133Mhz
Athlon XP 2400+
Athlon XP 3200+
Pentium D 820
Dual Xeon LV ("Prestonia") overclocked to 2.6Ghz
Pentium M Dothan "Extra Spicy" edition clocked at ~2.6-2.8Ghz
Core 2 Duo E6300
Athlon 64 X2 5000+ Black Edition
Pentium E2160
Dual PowerPC 7455 @ 1.25Ghz (PowerMac G4)
Athlon X2 3800+
Athlon X2 5200+
Phenom II X4 840
FX-8120 OC to 4.2Ghz
A10-5800K
i7 920 OC to 3.8-ish
Opteron 6344 (12-core Piledriver)
FX-8320 OC to 4.4Ghz
Core 2 Q6600 OC to 3.6Ghz
i5 2320
Ryzen 1600 OC to 4Ghz allcore
Ryzen 3600
FX-8320 OC to 4Ghz


Mobile CPUs
PowerPC 603e @ 240Mhz (PowerBook 3400c)
Pentium III @ 850Mhz (Compaq EVO N400c)
Core Duo T2250 (some Everex ultraportable)
Pentium M ULV @ 1.1Ghz (some Fujitsu ultraportable)
Pentium P6000 (some utterly forgettable 15.6" Plastic Fantastic)
PowerPC 7447A @ 1.33Ghz (PowerBook G4 12")
Core Duo T2500 (Macbook)
i7 2670QM (HP Envy 15)
i5 4200U (Surface Pro 2)
Core M 5Y10C (Acer convertable)
i5 2520M (Dell E6420)
i7 2670QM (15" Macbook Pro)
i7 2760QM (HP Elitebook 8560W)
i7 6700HQ (MSI GE72)
Celeron N3050 (EVOO Elite 2-in-1)
i7 5600U (HP zBook 14)
Core 2 P8600 (Dell E6400)
i7 2670QM (HP DV6)
i5 8300H (Acer Nitro 5)


Honourable Mentions
MIPS R4400 @ 150Mhz (Silicon Graphics Inc. Indy workstation)
MIPS R10000 @ 195Mhz (SGI Indigo 2)
MIPS R5000 @ 180Mhz (SGI O2)
Dual MIPS R10000 @ 250Mhz (SGI Octane)
More Pentium 4's than I can possibly count
A few K6/2 systems
Dual Slot 2 Xeon
Dual Xeon LV "Sossaman" Socket 479
A handful of Pentium 3's
Various SPARC chips
Dual Athlon, MP & modified XP-M
Legendary Celeron 300A i found in the trash
an i5 2500 I found in the trash
 
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LGabrielPhoto

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Oh boy I wish I had the memory some people here have but I will try....

#1 Tandy CoCo 64
#2 Commodore 64
#3 Pentium II 66mhz
#4 Athlon Tbird 1.4Ghz (my first ever 3rd party cooler was for this CPU!)
#5 AMD Phenom II 720 BE (got lucky with one of those 3 core CPUs that you could enable the 4th core!)
#6 AMD Phenom II 965 BE (this is when I finally gave up on AMD)
#7 i7 920
#8 Xeon 5650x ( I ran this platform for the most years ever for any of my systems)
#9 Intel 9900k
10# Ryzen 5950x (back to AMD and hope to run this one for a LONG time)

I am sure there are gaps in there and I am only counting primary systems not HTPCs, or 2ndary PC/Laptops.
 

mnewxcv

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Pentium 233mhz mmx
Athlon xp 1800+
Athlon xp 2800+
Opteron 140
Athlon fx-51
Athlon 64 x2 4200+
Intel core 2 quad 8200
Athlon x4 640
Athlon fx6300
Xeon 5640
Xeon 5675
Xeon 5680
Xeon 1650
Ryzen 1800x
Ryzen 3800x
Ryzen 5800x
Ryzen 3950x

Not including secondary systems or laptops.
 

AltTabbins

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Damn, im amazed that you guys/gals can remember that many and that far back! Im lucky if i can remember my current rigs specs. Im not kidding, i have to keep all of my component boxes in bigger marked boxes! Otherwise...chaos.
Well done.
I cant. I posted in this thread years and years ago. I copy/pasted and added the most current ones since I remember those.
 

harmattan

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I cant. I posted in this thread years and years ago. I copy/pasted and added the most current ones since I remember those.
I barely remember what GPUs I've had over the last 25 (?) years, less the CPUs I've had over the last 30. I know I started with a Zilog Z80 in a C128 and a 386DX was my first x86 processor. Then, I've had a chip from probably every gen architecture from both Intel in AMD (and Cyrix).
 

kirbyrj

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I swap out two or three times a year to play with different things. No way I would even remember what I had.

First computer I used - Intel 8088
Computer I spent the most time with - Intel Pentium III 933Mhz Coppermine
First computer I built for myself - Intel Pentium 4 2.53Ghz Northwood (533 FSB)
Last computer I built for myself - AMD Ryzen 9 5950x
 

III_Slyflyer_III

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From what I can remember... I am sure I am leaving something out...

Cyrix 66Mhz
Pentium 133Mhz
Pentium II 350Mhz
Pentium III 550Mhz (OC'ed to 750Mhz via Dip Switches)
Athlon XP 1.2Ghz (forget the model number)
Pentium 4 2.8Ghz
Athlon XP 2800+ (OC'ed to 2.5Ghz 400Mhz FSB)
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (Crap CPU only OC'ed to 3.3Ghz stable)
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (OC'ed to 3.6Ghz stable)
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9450 (OC'ed to 3.4Ghz stable)
Intel Haswell-e 5930k (OC'ed to 4.5Ghz stable)
Intel Haswell-e 5960x (OC'ed to 4.625Ghz stable)
 
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keke

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Adding to the initial list - retro systems acquired/built in the last 3 years:

- IBM 5160 complete with monitor and Model F keyboard
- Commodore c64c
- ZX Spectrum 128 +2A
- some 286 mobos wth SIPP memory (really cool&crazy looking)
- some 386
- a bunch of 486 mobos and some CPUs, including Cyrix 5x86 120 and 133
- Nexgen VLB system complete (P90 and P100)
- SI5PI AIO + Pentium 66 SX828 Socket 4 retro system / SX753
- some obscure mobo + Cyrix P80 6x86
- Cyrix MII 433 system
- bunch of SS7 mobos, including Asus P5A, Abit AX59Pro, and Gigabyte GA-5AX with K6-III+ 550 and K6-2+ 570 CPUs
- Asus K7M / K7V-T + Athlon Slot A Thunderbird 1GHz
- Pentium III SL4KL Slot 2 1GHz (still searching for a mobo for this one, maybe Abit BH6?)
- Dell GX110 Pentium III 1GHz Socket370
- a few Socket 462 /A mobos + Athlon XP Barton 3200 (333 FSB and 400 FSB)
- early ABIT P4T socket 423 + Pentium 4 1.3GHz to 2GHz
- Socket 939 mobo + Athlon 64 x2 3000/4200/4600/4800/Opteron 180/Opteron 185/Athlon FX-60
- one or two SUN machines, including the Java W2100z Workstation

NOTE: looking for a working Sun Ultra 5
 
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Uncle Humjaba

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I must be the slowest upgrader in history.... 6 primary computers dating back to 1998.
Intel PII 450MHz
Intel Pentium 4 2.4Ghz
Athlon64 3200+
Intel Core Q6600
Intel i7 4770k
Ryzen 9 4900HS
 

MISMCSA

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I think this is accurate for desktop processors. There were a few laptops in there I can't recall.

486 DX2 33MHz
Pentium 90MHz
Pentium 150MHz
Pentium II 333MHz
Athlon 750 Slot A
Athlon XP 1700+
AMD Phenom II x6 1055T
Core i7 6700k
 

Fix Me

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Prebuilts:

486 DX2
Pentium MMX 133Mhz (I think)

My builds:

PIII 800 Mhz
PIV 2.86Mhz
E6600 @ 3.2
i7 2600K



I've built a couple PC's for my dad too, but I can't remember what components I used.
Well, since we're doing this again, I've had the following since the 2600k:

i7 6700k
i7 9700k
Ryzen 9 3900X
 

Unabomber

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It's nice to think about the past. I think about some builds that lasted for an eternity, while others were fleeting, at best. Most dates are correct, some are guesses. These are just for my home PC's, since my work PC's have either been my home PC hand-me-downs, or something given to me by my department.

All of these were my own builds, with the exception of the first miserable PC (Packard Bell).


1991 - Am 80286 12 MHz CPU in my Packard Bell Legend IV. That was a most horrid computer, where almost everything that could have gone wrong, did go wrong. Still, I was able to rig it to make it work with Ultima VI.
1992 - Am 80386 SX-25. I got this just so I could play Ultima VII.
1993 - Cx 486 DLC-33. Felt more like a crippled 486 SX 25, but at least it worked well enough for X-Wing.
1994 - Am 486 DX-40. This was my first "real" powerful CPU. I won't lie about the fact that I got it just to be able to play Doom decently.
1994 - Cx 486 DX2-66. I had ordered an AMD 486 DX2-66, but the crooked merchant sent me a Cyrix CPU instead.
1995 - Intel Pentium 90. Now this was a huge jump in power, and I was certainly able to play Quake at full blast. It was still awfully slow for System Shock at 640 x 480, though.
1997 - Intel Pentium 133. Nice little jump, but I ended up giving it to my sister and her husband.
1998 - Intel Pentium Pro 150, clocked to 180 MHz. Very powerful system, and I think I'm one of the few folks who ever used Burst EDO RAM.
1999 - AMD K6/2 300 - Nice little CPU for playing Heretic 2 and Quake 2.
1999 - AMD K6/3 450 - Sold the K6/2 300 to a friend, plugged this one right in. I remember using this computer for my doctoral dissertation presentation, since the department's laptop stank. Half Life / Team Fortress Classic ran very well.
2000 - Intel Pentium III 450 - All SCSI system, wonderfully fast
2000 - AMD Athlon 650 - Sold the Pentium III system to an old friend still working on her dissertation. Big time increase in sheer power, and playing Half Life / Team Fortress Classic was mind-blowing at the time
2001 - AMD Athlon 1200 (Thunderbird) - I loved this CPU. It was very fast, but alas, I crushed the core. The AMD 760 chipset on my motherboard wasn't quite as fast as the others, but it was rock solid reliable.
2001 - AMD Athlon XP 1700 - Nice boost in performance.
2002 - AMD Athlon XP 2500 - Barton CPU, another nice boost in performance, but needed to replace the RAM, since my old PC2100 wasn't cutting it.
2003 - AMD Athlon XP-M 2400, clocked to 3200+ speeds. Nice having unlocked multipliers.
2004 - AMD Athlon 64 3000 (Socket 754) - Great CPU, terrible memory controller, since trying to use two double sided sticks of RAM meant a no-go on a boot. Thankfully, Crucial did have single sided RAM available
2006 - AMD Opteron 146 (Socket 939) - Even better, but multiple cores were starting to come into play...
2007 - AMD Opteron 170 (Socket 939) - swapped out the 146 from above seamlessly, traded it to a friend
2009 - AMD Athlon X2-5000 - Temporary use of a CPU since my Socket 770 board was ready, but my Phenom hadn't arrived
2010 - AMD Phenom II 720 - tri core Phenom, I was able to unlock the fourth core. Unfortunately, this system ended up going to my then-wife (now happily my ex-wfie)
2011 - AMD FX-4100 - I know a lot of people ragged on this CPU, but it served me very well for 9+ years, running up to 4.4 GHz. This CPU is still here on my work PC, and doing great, but I suspect it's going to be replaced soon
2018 - AMD Ryzen 5 2600X - current CPU in my home build. I don't forsee upgrading for quite a while
 

undertaker2k8

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PIII 550
Celeron 1.2 Tualatin
AXP 2000+ TBred
A64 3500
A64 X2 4400
C2D E7300
SB 2500K
Haswell-E 5800K
Haswell-E 1660 v3/5960x
5800x (may be swapped for a 5950x soon)
 
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Desktop
Pentium 166Mhz
Pentium II 400Mhz
AMD K6-2 500Mhz
AMD Athlon 1000Mhz Thunderbird
Pentium 4 630 3Ghz
Core 2 Duo E6850 3Ghz
Core i7 920
Core i7 950
Core i7 990X
Core i7 5930K
Core i7 6850K
Celeron 3865U
Ryzen 3800X
Core i7 10700K

Laptop
Core i5 650 dual core
Core i7 2630QM
Core i7 6820HK
Core i7 9750H
 

blade52x

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E6600 which was capable of reaching 3.4Ghz or so... and then a year later the Q6600 since affordable quad became all the rage. Haven't felt a need to upgrade since.
Time to update this since it has been over 10 years!

Left = personal / gaming.
Middle = HEDT / workstation build
Right = Mobile / laptop

E6600
Q6600
---------
2500K ----------------- 330M
2600K
2700K
3770K
------------ 5960X ---- 4710HQ
7700K
8086K ----------------- 8750H
------------ 3970X
5800X
 

gsilver

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Well, the thread is alive again, so I'll update my list:

(some PCs before this that I had access to but did not own)
AMD Athlon 1GHZ
AMD XP 2600+
Intel Q6600
i5-2500k
i5-4790k
i7-7700k
Ryzen 7 5800x
 

Mr. Bluntman

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I know I posted in this thread a long time ago, but am too lazy to find the post so I'll just plonk an update here I guess.

Intel 486/DX2 66MHz
Intel Pentium Overdrive 83MHz
Intel Pentium 100MHz
Cyrix 6x86 PR-166 @ 133MHz (Worst CPU I've ever owned. Good INT performance but the FPU sucked balls.)
Intel Pentium 133MHz
Intel Pentium MMX 200MHz
AMD K6-2 450MHz
AMD Athlon 900MHz
AMD Athlon 1.33GHz
AMD Athlon XP 2400+ @ 2GHz
AMD Athlon XP 2800+ @ 2.26GHz
AMD Athlon 64 3700+ @ 2.4GHz/1MB L2 s754
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ @ 2.2GHz/1MB L2 AM2
AMD Athlon 64 X2 5600+ @ 2.8GHz/2MB L2 AM2
Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 @ 3GHz
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9550 @ 2.83GHz
AMD Phenom II X4 940 @ 3GHz
Intel Core i3 2120 @ 3.3GHz 2c/4t
Intel Core i5 3570 @ 3.4GHz 4c/4t
Intel Core i7 2600 @ 3.4GHz 4c/8t
Intel Core i7 5930K @ 3.5GHz 6c/12t
Intel Core i7 6900K @ 3.2GHz 8c/16t

EDIT: There's more, but these are just from my primary/only systems I've owned
 
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Choopyplz

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Not too many -- I tend to hold on to them for long periods of time. .-.

Intel E8200
Intel Q9550
Intel i5 2500k
Intel i7 2600k
Intel i7 4770k

Due for an upgrade -- looking at maybe doing an AMD system for the first time with Ryzen. That or going with a 10850k.
 

goodrob

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oof been a long time I know i am forgetting a couple pieces of information and maybe one or two processors..
286 (technically not mine helped a friend build it )
8088 (technically not mine, but was working for a pc repair place that let me build it and take home for a while)
8086 (technically not mine, but was working for a pc repair place that let me build it and take home for a while)
386 (technically the first pc i paid for.)
amd k6 2-300
pentium III 600 i think ( never could get this to run stable but it was free so meh)
athlon xp 2200
athlon 64 3200
athlon II x3 440 ( also athlon II x4 640 this was my ex wifes pc i built she had to have a slightly better one than mine)
intel i7-6700k
amd 5600x - current

edit. I had a couple laptops in here as well just dont remember what they were or inbetween which desktops cpus they fit in timeline wise but they were intel chips.
 

sc5mu93

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have no idea how you people keep all of this straight. ive had so many i can't even remember half of them.
 

wra18th

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Let's see what the old brain cells remember;

286 16Mhz
486SX25
486DX2 66 I think it was a Texas Instrument one.
486DX4 100
Pentium 90
Pentium 233MMX
PowerPC 603E
Pentium II 400
AMD K6-2 350
Pentium III 450 (still own)
Pentium III 800 Slot 1 Coppermine (still own)
Pentium III 800 Socket 370 Coppermine (still own)
Pentium III 1.1Ghz Taulatin
AMD XP1800+ (Thunderbird?)
AMD XP2500+ Barton (still in operation)
Pentium 4 2.8Ghz Prescott (still in operation)
AMD 3000 64
AMD Phenom II X4 810
Core i7 960 S1366 (my current primary rig)
Phenom II X6 1100T (my current secondary rig)

No Celerons or Durons for me
Update

Currently using the following:
Something S1156 I bought from someone here in 2013 that runs my WHS2K11 box
2 AMD 8320Es Home Theater and WS2012 Essentials
Core i7 4820K
Core i9 7940X
 

munkle

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Can't remember exactly what the first ones were but:
Some tandy.
Some mac.
P2 something.
P3 something.
P4 1.6 something.
AMD 3700+
AMD x2 4200+
AMD Phenom II X4 955
i5 or i7 sandy bridge, can't remember which.
I7 3770k
I7 4770k
after that is all snap dragon because my phone gets more use.
 

Yiffy

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Man. It's been a long time
8086 IBM clone hand me down
Pentium 133 my brother got to program on
Celeron 300A. This was around the time I started reading HardOCP and Arstechnica and yeah it was running at 450Mhz (My favourite build of all time)
Celeron 1000A
Pentium M 730 Acquired cheap on Ebay and ran on an Asus CT-479 adapter for the desktop.
Core 2 Duo E4600
Phenom II X3 740
Core i7 860
Core i5 2500K
Ryzen 1600
Ryzen 2700
 
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Messages
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It's really hard to remember all rigs i've had
Athlon x2 4000
Phenom x3 720
Phenom x4 945
Core i5 2500k
Core i7 3770
Core i5 4690k
Core i7 4770k
Core i7 8700
 

freeagentt

Limp Gawd
Joined
Dec 5, 2018
Messages
204
P III 450 Katmai
Celery 500
P III 850 Coppermine
P III 933 EB
Thoroughbred 2600
Barton M2500
San Diego 3700
Toledo 4400
Toledo 4200
Conroe E6300
Conroe E6600
G0 Q6600 x3 +1 B1
E8600 E.S.
Q9550
X3360
X2 5800+
i7 965 XE E.S.
i7 970
Xeon X5690 E.S.
i7 3770K
R5 3600XT

I think that's all of them.. All except the 5800 were overclocked.
 

auntjemima

Supreme [H]ardness
Joined
Mar 1, 2014
Messages
7,272
Pentium 75mhz
Pentium 2 233mhz
Celeron 300a
AMD Thunderbird 1.4ghz
Core2Quad Q6700
Pentium G3258
i5 4690k
i5 6600k

Lots of gaps! Life and all.
 

funkydmunky

2[H]4U
Joined
Aug 28, 2008
Messages
2,618
Z80 Timex Sinclair 1000?
6502 Atari 800XL
68000 Atari ST 520
Some clone with Cyrix P150+?
AMD K6-2 300 ( My very first build )
Celeron 300a
Celeron 333a then dual 333a's on Abit BP6
Duron 700 with pencil trick
P4 2.8
Phenom II 3.0
Ryzen 1700+
 

warhol76

Weaksauce
Joined
Jan 1, 2013
Messages
74
Commodore 128
486-DX2 50MHz
Pentium 200Mhz
Pentium II 400MHz
Pentium III 866MHz
Pentium 4 1.6Ghz
Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.40GHz
I5 2400 3.1GHz
I5 6600K 3.5GHz
 
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