Your CPU progression


Limp Gawd
Sep 28, 2020
I remember buying a handful of Pentium Pro 150s at a hamfest back in 1997. No one wanted those but my Shuttle HOT 613 allowed overclocking them to 180 with ease. Ran Win NT 4.0 on that box dual booting to 95 when I needed to. Of course 9x wasn't SMP aware but the box had 128MB EDO ram which was a crapton back then. Crazy now as we have CPUs with more L3 cache today than a system like that had memory...


Jun 28, 2004
Intel 486 DX4 100MHz
Cyrix 6x86 PR90+
AMD K5 PR200 <-- Ran this with a Peltier cooler at 166Mhz for a while and then it actually did perform nearly as fast as an Intel 200 MMX Processor
AMD K6 II 366MHz (Not inspiring at all)
AMD K6-III+ 450Mhz (Surprisingly one of my favorites)
Intel Pentium III 667MHz (Coppermine)
Pentium III 1400S (S370 Tualatin) x2 (Still have)
AMD Duron 950MHz (this was a huge disappointment as a second PC)
AMD Athlon 1.33GHz AXIA (Thunderbird)
AMD Athlon XP 1800+ (Thoroughbred) (Still have) (this was absolutely revolutionary at the time)
AMD Athlon XP 2400+ (Thoroughbred)
AMD Athlon XP 3000+ (Barton) (first time I could brute force passwords at 1.4 billion characters per second)
AMD Athlon 64 3800+ 90nm
AMD Athlon 64 x2 6000+ 65nm (Brisbane)
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 (this processor literally heated my second floor for a number of years)
Intel Core 2 Extreme QX6850 (Still have)
Intel Xeon E5-2643 Sandy Bridge x2 (Still using now)
AMD Ryzen 9 5900X (being assembled now)
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Supreme [H]ardness
Jan 1, 2005
I remember buying a handful of Pentium Pro 150s at a hamfest back in 1997. No one wanted those but my Shuttle HOT 613 allowed overclocking them to 180 with ease. Ran Win NT 4.0 on that box dual booting to 95 when I needed to. Of course 9x wasn't SMP aware but the box had 128MB EDO ram which was a crapton back then. Crazy now as we have CPUs with more L3 cache today than a system like that had memory...

That was a most underrated CPU back then. I had no problems either, running mine at 180 MHz.

I was probably the only one out there, though, running that platform with burst EDO (BEDO) RAM. To be honest, it really didn't make any noticeable difference vs. regular EDO RAM.


Jan 20, 2019
I still have a running Netserver LX Pro with 4 Pentium Pros with 1MB Cache and 4 GB Ram.

Think I might open a thread here to show it 😬🤘
yes please, I'd love to see that.

That reminded me I've tinkered with a couple quad-proc setups, both very DIY and neither ever really came together.
First was a Slot 2 board out of a Dell server, the power supply situation was a nightmare.
Second, much later, was a G34 Socket F? board with quad Barcelonas from a Google datacenter partout. That one had a weird UEFI and was super picky about OS.

The classic big iron from the 90s tho, that's cool stuff. Some years back I had a solid lead on a full working ALR 6x6 board set through someone at 2CPU but the forum died and I lost contact with the person sadly.


Extremely [H]
Feb 9, 2002
My recollection is that the Pentium Pro did one thing absolutely brilliantly, and that one thing was to execute 32bit code.

Only problem was that very few people were actually doing that in the 90's.

Sure, Windows 95 was 32 bit, so it was technically possible, but most software people ran under Windows 95 was still 16bit, meaning that for most people a Pentium Pro was really just a very expensive regular pentium.

It was only later we appreciated how great it was, when 32bit code became the norm.
All true. However, one thing that it did allow us to do was run SMP back at a time where we were limited to a single CPU most of the time. Granted, you had to run Windows NT 3.5x or 4.0 which presented its own problems on the desktop. When there was the transition to Windows 2000 things got a bit easier on that front.


Limp Gawd
Dec 4, 2005
Intel Pentium II
Intel Core 2 Duo E6600
Intel Core i7 4720HQ
Intel Core i7 1165G7
AMD Ryzen 9 5950X


Jan 15, 2017
Intel 8086, 5 MHz
Intel 80286, 12 MHz
Intel Pentium MMX, 166 MHz
Intel Pentium II, 266 MHz
AMD Athlon, 900 MHz
AMD Athlon XP T-bred, 2200 MHz
Intel i7-980x, 4000 MHz <- 2010 - today

It' not a long list but it's all i had.


Dec 18, 2016
I've had so many early on. 386, 486 DX 66, K6-2, p3 800, sempron 2500+, Anthon X2 3000, X3 445 Rana, X5670, W3680, R5 3600. I think I covered them all.


Limp Gawd
Mar 26, 2020
Fun thread, I honestly can't remember them all for sure... I'll just post the ones I remember modding/overclocking

Slot 1 Celeron, 266mhz on a 440bx I believe, slot key replaced it to pentium 3 coppermine 1ghz with fsb mod. (huge upgrade back then).

Amd K6-2 450, overclocked to 550 I think.

Socket A, oh boy. Pretty much all of them, but the sempron M was the favorite, Barton and mendocino... lots of gold finger modding. I did have an AMD slot setup for a quick minute, but it was never a primary system.

Dabbled in s754 but besides modding turion on it I never stayed long, since my dfi board was bad.

S939, my first GOOD gaming rig, opteron 165 right off the batt, 3ghz or better, Athlon 3800x2 at 3.4ghz, using a swiftech peltier water block I got on Craigslist cheap after a guy plugged it in backwards and blew his socket A cpu, and the original TEC. Dfi cfx 3200 mostly, even though they had a cold boot bug, beyond that they were beasts. Still have all the parts but after a house fire I think they're dead. Ran two amd cards in crossfire for a while: HIS 3870 and a 3850, volt modded both to clock match at a high oc. Had UV lamps in there that made the motherboard and cards glow beautifully, and was using 4x512 crucial ballistix tracers which were the first pretty LED ram, they had lighting along the ram slot edge too that made the yellow pop!

Am2, I got the first gen phenom and had to return it because my 939 was better in gaming at the time amd I wasn't made of money. Had several am2-am3+ setups, never used as my primary.

After that I jumped deep into later s775, with an abit p35 and q6600, and then later q9650, both would do at least 4ghz daily, I remember working hard to get ones that would clock well. Eventually got into some x48 boards

Then lga1366. Started with an i7 920, quickly swapped to an unlocked xeon w3520 or something. Sorry I'll check when I get on my pc. Then to a x5650, and lastly with a x5670. All were 4ghz+ daily, still using the x5670 at 4.2ghz daily for idk maybe 5 years straight? Maybe more, but I've had the asus p6x58d-e board since the get go darn near, and it's been steadfast. Been using it with windows 7 forever, ddr3-2000 3x4gb. Was tempted to buy some of the faster ddr3 a while ago to see how high I could push it but never came to fruition.

4770k, probably a few in between, 6700k, 7700k, 8700k, 9600k, 12700kf, oh and my HEDT 7940x


Supreme [H]ardness
Aug 12, 2004
486DX, Pentium 120Mhz, K6-2 400Mhz, Athlon Slot A 700Mhz , Slot A 900Mhz, Athlon64 3000+, Athlon64 X2 3800+, Core 2 Duo E7200, i7 860, i7 4790K, i7 9700K, i9 12900K


Mar 8, 2011
My rigs CPU's:
Motorola 68000, 8 MHz
Intel 486 SX 66 mhz
Pentium Upgrade 133 mhz @ ~150mhz (This one smoked the FSB when it died so I didn't OC again for a while)
Pentium 2 266 mhz
Pentium 3 1.3 ghz
Pentium Core 2 Duo E8600 @ 3.7 ghz
Core i7 2600k @ 4.7 HT/ 4.8 w/o HT
Core i7 6700k @ 4.8 HT/ 4.9 w/o HT
Core i9 12900k
Feb 25, 2005
I am still on an Intel i5-2500K for web surfing and Word. Looking for suggested thread posts on an upgrade path.


Dec 18, 2016
I am still on an Intel i5-2500K for web surfing and Word. Looking for suggested thread posts on an upgrade path.
Install the best chip your board supports. It can be a xeon as well. Depending on your boards chipset it may support ivy bridge. Something like an E3 1240 or it's v2 counterpart are a good bang for buck. About $30 buys one and that is 3770 level of performance.

Run that until Amd drops AM5 and then see if it's worth the switch to AMD or go 12th gen Intel


Fully [H]
Jul 12, 2007
least when I started building PCs and what was my main PC.
cyrix 166
AMD 233
AMD 350
Celeron 366
P3 450
P3 750
Athlon 1ghz
dual athlon 1.4ghz
P4 2.4
P4 2.8
X2 3800+
Core 2 Duo (don't remember the speed)
i7 920
Xeon ( can't remember the number now, 6 core thing)
ryzen 2700
ryzen 3800


Jan 20, 2019
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
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 - 4.6Ghz
Ryzen 5800X @ 4.8Ghz
Ryzen 5900X @ 4.6Ghz

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)
i7 10750H (Omen 15)
i7 10875H (Powerspec 1530/Clevo PB50)

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
Dual Xeon X5650 (Mac Pro)
Updated with recent upgrade to Ryzen 5900X in my main system, and added more Xeons to the honorable mentions (was given a free 12-core Mac Pro, woo!)


Jul 4, 2022
Love thinking about this:
Laptop CPUs:
  1. Intel 80C88 inside an IBM PC Convertible
  2. Intel Core i3-4130 in work laptop
  3. Intel Core i7-4320M in work laptop
  4. Intel Core i7-4600M in work laptop
  5. Intel Core i7-4810M in Dell Precision
  6. Intel Core -7-4930MX in Dell Precision
  7. Intel Core i7-7700HQ in work laptop
  8. Intel Core i7-10750H in work laptop
Personal Desktop CPUs:
  1. AMD Athlon Thunderbird 1.4Ghz
  2. Pentium 4 2.8Ghz Prescott
  3. Core 2 Duo E6670 2.66Ghz Conroe
  4. Intel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge
  5. Intel Core i7-7700K Kaby Lake
  6. AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Zen 2
Systems I have built for family/Friends:
  1. Pentium 4 3.0Ghz Prescott
  2. AMD Athlon II X2 250
  3. AMD Athlon X2 7850 Black Edition
  4. AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition
  5. AMD Llano A8-3850
  6. Intel Core i5-3570K Ivy Bridge
  7. Intel Core i7-7700K Kaby Lake
  8. Intel Core i7-3770K Ivy Bridge - first machine for daughter
  9. Intel Core i5-6500 - first machine for son
  10. Intel Core i5-6600K - second machine for son
  11. Intel Core i7-7700K Kaby Lake - second machine for daughter
  12. AMD Ryzen 7 5700G


Limp Gawd
Apr 1, 2010
Egads I'm old:

MOS Technology 6502
Zilog Z80
Intel 286
Motorola 68000, 68030, 68040
Intel Pentium III coppermine 800Mhz (dual)
PPC 601, 603, 604, G3
AMD Thunderbird
Don't remember this era.. was all AMD
Phenom II X4
Phenom II x6
Bulldozer 9590
Ryzen 3700x
Ryzen 5800x
Ryzen 5950x


Extremely [H]
Jan 28, 2014
  1. Intel Celeron 600 (Coppermine)
  2. AMD Athlon XP 2000+ (Thoroughbred)
  3. Intel Pentium 4 HT 670 (Prescott 2M... in a desktop replacement given by university [!])
  4. Intel Core 2 QX6700 (Kentsfield XE) <-- my 6-year rule for desktop started here
  5. Intel Core i7-4770 (Haswell)
  6. Intel Core i5-6300U (Skylake, Surface Pro 4)
  7. Intel Core i9-9900K (Coffee Lake Refresh)


Limp Gawd
Mar 24, 2005
TMS 9900 (in a ti-99/4a)
NEC Z-80A (in a zx81)
6502 (apple II+)
6502 (apple IIe)
65c02 (apple IIc)
486 33
pentium 66
pentium 120
pentium 133
pentium 166
pentium pro 200
celeron 300a
pIII 450
celeron 866
athlon 900
athlon tbird 1.2
athlon xp 1800+
p4 2.4
opteron 170
ryzen 3600
ryzen 3900x
ryzen 5900x


Supreme [H]ardness
Feb 25, 2004
Intel 486 66mhz
Cyrix PR166+ 133mhz
Intel Celeron 433mhz @ 590mhz (Deschutes)
Intel Celeron 600mhz @ 1020mhz (Coppermine)
Intel Celeron 1100mhz @ 1300mhz (Coppermine)
Intel Celeron 1300mhz @ 1600mhz (Tualatin)
Intel Pentium 4C 2.4ghz @ 3.4ghz (Northwood)
Intel Celeron D 320 2.4ghz @ 4.0ghz (Prescott)
Intel Pentium D 945 3.4ghz (Presler)
2x Intel Xeon 3.8ghz (Irwindale)
2x Intel Xeon 5160 3.0ghz (Woodcrest)
2x Intel Xeon x5670 2.93ghz (Westmere)


Jul 9, 2012
Intel 486*
Intel Pentium 4 1.6GHz
Intel Pentium D 940
Intel QX9650
Intel i7-2600k
Intel i7-8700k

My purchasing decisions have gotten better with time, as you can see.

*I think; it was a late PS/2 model with the "Turbo" feature, which would imply a faster then 386 CPU.


Fully [H]
Apr 8, 2009
Intel Pentium 150 Mhz (I think was in my first family NEC computer, if that's appropriate for ~1996)
Intel P2 350 Mhz (family computer)
AMD Athlon 64 4000+ (first computer built on my own)
Intel i7 920
Ryzen 2700X

Guess I get my money's worth out of my procs, hah. But pretty sure I'll be swapping the 2700X for a Zen 3 proc soon if I find a good enough deal on one. Pretty cool that AMD kept the same socket/platform for 3 generations of CPU to allow for that.
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Supreme [H]ardness
Feb 3, 2004
Intel P3 733mhz - 2000
AMD Barton 2500xp - 2005/06
Intel Core 2 Duo 6400 - 2009
Took a huge upgrade hiatus until
Intel i3 9100f - 2018
Intel i59600k- 2019
AMD Ryzen 5900x - 2022
Aug 3, 2015
PII = 1997 or 1998 = Friend's older sister was getting rid of it and gave it to me. Recycled circa 2010.
P4 Northwood or Willamette = 2000, Saved all my money for years and purchased brand new - Still have this whole system, I'd need to boot it up to check the CPU.
i5 2500k = November 2011, First new PC since the P4. ATX, 8GB, + AMD 6870
i7 3770k = October 2012, Old motherboard broke, side graded from Z68 to Z77, and got an i7 3770k. ATX, 32GB, + AMD 2x 7970 with EKWB
i7 5820k = November 2015, first DDR4 machine, 4x 256GB SSD Raid 0, + 2x 1TB Raid 1. ATX, 32GB, AMD R9 290x
i7 6850k = August 2017, side graded to newer X99 motherboard, DRP3 --> 360mm AIO, and redid my storage (2x 1TB NVME + 2x 5TB Raid 1). ATX, 32GB, AMD Fury X
i7 7820x = April 2018, Newer X99 board was a pain, moved to X299 with all the rest of the parts being the same. ATX, 32GB, AMD Fury X
i9 7960x = June 2019, Updated CPU and went to a 360mm open loop for the CPU. Monstrous update in performance. ATX, 32GB, AMD Radeon VII
Ryzen 9 3950x = May 2020, Read Puget's Lightroom Classic test results and almost couldn't believe the jump in performance from X299. Bought a setup and was still amazed at the improvement. ITX, 32GB, AMD Radeon VII
Ryzen 9 5950x = August 2022, The last ITX build was only supposed to be temporary but lasted almost two years because of issues getting this machine running so it sat for 10 months not working. Moved back to ATX in my previous case, added 240mm radiator, Replaced 2017 storage with PCIe 4.0 NVME SSD(s), and moved to a 6900xt. ATX, 32GB, + AMD 6900xt


Limp Gawd
Jul 26, 2007
286 = 1988 IBM XT Clone
AMD 486 DX4 100 MHz = 1993 Canon InnovaMedia PC
Intel Celeron 733 MHz = HP Prebuilt (My last OEM desktop)
Intel Pentium 3 1 GHZ Coppermine
Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz Northwood
AMD Athlon XP 2500+ OC to 3200+
AMD Athlon 64 X2 3800+
Intel Core Duo (2006 Macbook)
Intel Core 2 Duo (2008 Macbook)
Intel Core i7 920
Intel Core i7 2820Q? (Not sure which CPU for sure. Alienware M14x R1)
Intel i7 4770k
Intel i5 5200U (Dell XPS 13 9343)
AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS (ASUS Zephyrus G14)

Other machines:
Home Theater Projector PC = AMD Athlon x4 760k
Plex Server = Intel 5th gen Celeron MSI Cubi mini-pc (Not sure which model CPU) QuickSync makes this a surprisingly capable plex server, and it only uses about 15W.
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Apr 26, 2013
68030 @ 25 MHz (Macintosh LC III) - 1994
486 DX/2 66 - 1997
Pentium MMX 200 - 1997
AMD K6/2 400 - 1998
Duron 800 - 2000
2 x Pentium III 1000 - 2001
Athlon 1333 - 2001
Athlon XP 1700+ - 2001
Athlon XP 2400+ - 2002
Athlon XP 3000+ - 2003
Athlon 64 3700+ - 2005
Core 2 Duo E6420 - 2007
Core 2 Duo E6750 - 2007
Core 2 Duo E8400 - 2008
Core i5-750 - 2009
Core i5-2400 - 2011
Core i7-6700k - 2015
Ryzen 7 2700X - 2018
Core i9-10850K - 2020


Limp Gawd
Jul 30, 2022
I was too young to remember the CPU's in my first two PC's. One was a Compaq Presario with Tabworks as the operation system that parents got in 1994 and the other was a repurposed work PC with Windows NT that we got in 2000.

Athlon XP 2800+ (bought in October 2003 it was a store-bought computer that crapped out after a few months, so parents went and bought another store-bought pc)
Athlon XP (Barton) 3000+ (bought in April 2004 became interested in computers at this point, joined [H]ardforums and started building my own PC's from this point on)
Athlon X2 64 3800+ (bought in Dec 2005)
Intel i3-540 (bought in Dec 2010, still using)
Intel i5-11400F (bought this month, just finished building new Shuttle, very happy with it :) )


Supreme [H]ardness
Jun 11, 2003
Man... I cant really remember them all. Im sure there are a few missing in between the ones I do remember.

AMD K6-2, dont remember the speed.
Intel Celeron, Im thinking around the 300mhz range.
Athlon Thunderbird 1ghz
Athlon XP 3200+
Athlon 64 3200+
(some other better Athlon 64 here)
Intel Corei5 750
Intel Corei5 4670k
Ryzen 5 2500

Mr. Bluntman

Supreme [H]ardness
Jun 25, 2007
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
Well, add an AMD Ryzen 9 5900X to the list ^_^

German Muscle

Supreme [H]ardness
Aug 2, 2005
Intel 486 24/33MHz
Intel Pentium 133/166
Intel Pentium 2 333MHz
Dual Intel Pentium 2 400MHz
Intel Pentium 3 450MHz
AMD Athlon dont remember model.
Intel Pentium 4 HT 3.0E
Intel Core 2 Quad Q6700
Intel Core i7 920

Intel Core i5 2500K
Intel Core i9 9800X
----------------Still own everything below this line----------------
Intel Core i9 7900X
Intel Core i9 10900x ES
Intel Core i9 7980xe
Intel Core i5 9500T
Intel Core i5 10500T

Six Pentium Pro 200
----------------Still own everything below this line----------------
Dual Intel Xeon X5650
Dual Intel Xeon E5-2650
Dual Intel Xeon E5-2630L V2
Dual Intel Xeon E5-4610 V4
Quad Intel Xeon E5-4660 V4


May 9, 2008
Pentium Pro
Pentium II 233
AMD Thunderbird @ 800mhz
AMD Athlon XP 1600
AMD Athlon XP 2000
AMD Athlon XP 2700
AMD Athlon XP 3200
AMD X2 3800+ @ 2.4 ghz
Core2 Duo e6750 @ 3.4 ghz
Core2 Duo e7400 @ 4.2 ghz
Core2 Quad Q9550 @ 3.75 ghz.
Intel i7 2600k @ 4.6 ghz
Intel i7 7700k @ 5 ghz
Intel i9 10850k @ 5 ghz


Limp Gawd
Aug 25, 2010
Cyrix 486
Intel Pentium MMX 200 MHz
AMD Athlon 1 GHz (Thunderbird)
Intel Pentium 4 3.2 GHz w/Hyper-Threading (laptop)
Intel Core 2 Duo T8300 (laptop)
Intel Core i7-3930K (Still have and use in main gaming PC)
Intel Core i7-4500U (laptop) [used briefly then sold it]