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johnnyv Aug 13, 2011, 12:26am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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So I just wanted to see if anyone on here collect's older CPU's. I have a fairly decent collection of AMD & Intel CPU's, but mainly focusing on the AMD's. Right now I have a total of around 72 socketed one's. 35 AMD and 37 Intel.

As for my AMD one's, I am trying for every different core that was made. I have the following so far and then have at least 15 more to buy all in the socket 754/939/AM2 single core CPU's.

Duron -> Spitfire, Morgan, Applebred
Athlon -> 200 & 266 FSB Thunderbird
Athlon XP -> 266 T-Bred A & B, 333 T-Bred, 266 Palomino, 333 Barton
Sempron -> 333 T-Bred, 333 Barton, Paris 32-bit, 128K cache Palermo, 256K cache Palermo, 256K cache Palermo 32-bit
Athlon 64 -> Winchester, Venice, Clawhammer, Newcastle, Manchester, San Diego
Athlon 64 X2 -> Brisbane, Windsor

As for Intel I have P1,3,4 (socket 423, 478, 775),D,E6400 and a couple P2's. Then I also have at least 15 motherboard's of various socket's in a box plus 5 more in cases for testing my AMD's.


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Reason   Aug 13, 2011, 01:09pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Hmm, I have... 2. One is going into a PC for my dad and the other is in my PC. That's pretty cool that you're archiving them though.

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Dr. Peaceful Aug 13, 2011, 04:33pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Eastern Bloc CPUs, LOL, I am glad they fell along with the Berlin Wall. ;) Thanks for the link Meats.

I am wondering what's the point in collecting so many CPUs, besides sentimental values. Probably a coin collection will worth more money than a collection of CPUs. Obsolete hardware usually worth diddly squat. Anyhow, it's interesting to see someone collecting hundreds of them and to see how the generations of CPUs have evolved.

I only have 1 spare P4 Northwood socket 478, all the rest are in functional computers. Two of the computers have soldered on CPUs: VIA C7 and AMD E-350, so I can't even take them out of the board except to unsolder them (which I am not going to do any time soon). ;)

johnnyv Aug 13, 2011, 11:06pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Ya I'm not quite as crazy as that guy in the link. Have to wait until I get some more money until I can get some more for my collection. I am mainly collecting them just because and when I have kids and they are old enough to show them what we used to use and how slow computers were at one time!

It is funny though how some people on eBay want so much for some of these old CPU's. Even some of the K6-II's are going for stupid amounts. Kinda of makes it difficult to make the collection grow.

Shawn Langley Aug 14, 2011, 07:41am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Damn.... I thought I was odd for having several in a little padded box, good to see others share the same obsessions heh.

From memory something like;
2x Athlon XP 2600+ Tbred
1x Athlon XP 2500-Mobile Barton
2x AMD Sempron's (one socket A one 754)
AMD K6 II
486 DX
Few Pentium 3 Coppermines
Celeron 1.6
P4 Prescott
An old Cyrix
Xeon 2.8ghz
2x Slot 1 Pentium 2's
And assorted motherboards and RAM to go with them.

There are few more also that haven't made it to the collection yet as there actively in use, ie 4x 3.06ghz Xeons and a SPARC in a Sun Netra.

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johnnyv Aug 20, 2011, 04:36pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Just wanted to add... Just counted my case stickers, CPU/Designed for stickers and have 101 as of right now! Have a few more to add as I'm trying to get the different versions of each one. And to my AMD collection, I've got 10 more CPU's coming within the next month to bring my total to almost 50! Then I'll start working on the Intel collection. Yes I am crazy, but at least I don't answer my back when I'm talking to myself.

johnnyv Aug 25, 2011, 06:43pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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My collection! Sorry about the list, I just copied it from my excel spreadsheet. It is amazing though how much people want for some of the older chips, it's just stupid!

Brand Model Speed FSB Core Cache (KB) Voltage Part # Socket Release Date Original Cost

AMD DURON
AMD Duron 600 MHz 200 Spitfire 64 1.6 V D600AUT1B A (462) Release June 2000 $112
AMD Duron 1.1 GHz 200 Morgan 64 1.75 V DHD1100AMT1B A (462) Released Oct 2001 $103
AMD Duron 1.8 GHz 266 Applebred 64 1.5 V DHD1800DLV1C A (462)
AMD ATHLON
AMD Athlon 1000 MHz 200 Thunderbird 256 1.75 V A1000AMT3B A (462)
AMD Athlon 1.2 GHz 266 Thunderbird 256 1.75 V A1200AMS3C A (462) Released Oct 2000 $612
AMD Athlon 1.4 GHz 266 Thunderbird 256 1.75 V A1400AMS3C A (462) Released Jun3 2001 $253
AMD 1.4 GHz 200 T-Bird 256 A1400AMS3B A(462)
AMD ATHLON XP
AMD Athlon XP 1800+ 1.533 GHz 266 Thoroughbred-B 256 1.6 V AXDA1800DUT3C A (462)
AMD Athlon XP 1800+ 1.533 GHz 266 Thoroughbred 256 1.5 V AXDA1800DLT3C A (462)
AMD Athlon XP 1800+ 1.533 GHz 266 Palomino 256 1.75 V AX1800DMT3C A (462) Released Oct 2001 $252
AMD Athlon XP 2000+ 1.667 GHz 266 Palomino 256 1.75 V AX2000DMT3C A (462) Released Jan 2002 $339
AMD Athlon XP 2500+ 1.833 GHz 333 Barton 512 1.65 V AXDA2500DKV4D A (462)
AMD Athlon XP 2600+ 2.083 GHz 333 Thoroughbred-B 256 1.65 V AXDA2600DKV3D A (462) $297
AMD Athlon XP 3000+ 2.167 GHz 333 Barton 512 1.65 V AXDA3000DKV4D A (462) Released Feb 2003 $588
AMD Athlon XP 3200+ 400 Barton 512 AXDA3200DKV4E A(462)
AMD 266 Thorton 256 AXDC2400DKV3C A (462)
AMD 400 Thorton 256 AXDC3100DKV3E A (462)
AMD SEMPRON
AMD Sempron 2400+ 1.667 GHz 333 Thoroughbred-B 256 1.6 V SDA2400DUT3D A (462) Released July 2004 $61
AMD Sempron 3000+ 2 GHz 333 Barton 512 1.6 V SDA3000DUT4D A (462)
AMD Sempron 2800+ 2 GHz 333 Thorton 256 1.6 V SDC2800DUT3D A(462) Release July 2004 $109
AMD Sempron 3300+ 2.2 GHz 400 Barton 512 1.65 V SDA3300DKV4E A(462)
AMD Sempron 3100+ 1.8 GHz N/A Paris 256 1.4 V SDA3100AIP3AX 754 Released July 2004 $126 32-bit
AMD Sempron 3000+ 1.8 GHz E6 Palermo 128 1.4 V SDA3000AIO2BX 754 64-bit
AMD Sempron 3100+ 1.8 GHz D0 Palermo 256 1.4 V SDA3100AIO3BA 754 32-bit
AMD Sempron 3100+ 1.8 GHz E6 Palermo 256 1.4 V SDA3100AIO3BX 754 64-bit
AMD Sempron 3200+ 1.8 GHz E6 Palermo 256 1.4 V SDA3200DIO3BW 939 64-bit
AMD ATHLON 64 (SINGLE CORE)
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 1.8 GHz N/A Winchester 512 1.4 V ADA3000DIK4BI 939 Released Oct 2004 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 3200+ 2 GHz N/A Venice 512 1.4 V ADA3200DAA4BW 939 Released April 2005 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2 GHz N/A Clawhammer 512 1.5 V ADA3500DEP4AS 939 Released June 2004 $500 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2 GHz N/A NewCastle 512 1.5 V ADA3500DEP4AW 939 Released June 2004 $500 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2 GHz N/A Manchester 512 1.35 V ADA3500DKA4CG 939 Released May 2005 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 3700+ 2.2 GHz E4 San Diego 1 MB 1.35/1.4 V ADA3700DAA5BN 939 Released May 2005 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 3700+ 2.2 GHz E6 Toledo 1 MB 1.35 V ADA3700DKA5CF 939
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 2 GHz CO Clawhammer 512 1.5 V ADA3000AEP4AP 754
AMD Athlon 64 3400+ 2.2 GHz CO Clawhammer 1 MB 1.5 V ADA3400AEP5AP 754 Released Jan 2004 $417
AMD Athlon 64 3400+ 2.4 GHz CG Newcastle 512 1.5 V ADA3400AEP4AX 754
AMD Athlon 64 3000+ 2 GHz E6 Venice 512 1.4 V ADA3000AIK4BX 754
AMD Athlon 64 3500+ 2.2 GHz F2 Orleans 512 ADA3500IAA4CW AM2 Released May 2006
AMD F3 Orleans 512 AM2
AMD Athlon 64 1640B 2.7 GHz G2 Lima 512 1.25-1.4 V ADH164BIAA4DP AM2 Released April 2008 $50 45W
AMD ATHLON 64 (DUAL CORE)
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4000+ 2.1 GHz N/A Brisbane 2x512 1.25/1.3 V ADO4000IAA5DD AM2 Released Dec 2006 $169 64-bit
AMD Athlon 64 X2 4200+ 2.2 GHz N/A Windsor 2x512 AM2 Released May 2006 $417 64-bit
AMD ATHLON X3 (TRIPLE CORE)
AMD Athlon X3 455 3.3 GHz C3 Rana 3x512 .85-1.4 V ADX455WFGMBOX AM3 Released Dec 2010 $87
AMD K6/K6-II/K6-III
AMD K6-II 333 66 Chomper N/A 2.2/3.3 V 333AFR-66 7 Released 98/99
AMD K6-II 550 100 Chomper-EXT N/A 2.3/3.3 V 550AGR 7 Released 98/99
Intel Pentium
Intel Pentium 133 66 0 3.3 V SY022 7 Released June 1995
Intel Pentium 233 66 0 2.8 V SL27S 7 Released June 1997 $594
Intel Pentium 200 66 0 2.8 V SY045 7 Released June 1996
Intel Pentium 200 66 0 2.8 V SL27J 7 Released Jan 1997 $550
Intel Pentium Pro
Intel Pentium Pro 200 66 256 3.3 V SL22V 8 Released Nov 1995
Intel Celeron
Intel Celeron 300a 66 Mendocino 128 SL32A slot 1 Released Aug 1998 $149
Intel Celeron 533 66 Mendocino 128 2.0 V SL3PZ 370 Released Jan 2000
Intel Celeron 700 66 Coppermine-128 128 1.7 V SL4P8 370 Released June 2000 $192
Intel Pentium II
Intel Pentium II 450 100 Deschutes 512 2.0 V SL2U7 slot 1 Released Aug 1998 $669
Intel Pentium III
Intel Pentium III 450 100 Katmai 512 2.0 V SL35D slot 1 Released Feb 1999 $496
Intel Pentium III 500 100 Katmai 512 2.0 V SL37D slot 1 Released Feb 1999 $696
Intel Pentium III 800 133 Coppermine 256 1.7 V SL4CD 370 Released Dec 1999 $851
Intel Pentium III 866 133 Coppermine 256 1.7 V SL4CB 370 Released May 2000
Intel Pentium III 1000 133 Coppermine 256 1.75 V SL52R 370 Released May 2000 $990
Intel Pentium III-S 1.266 GHz 133 Tualatin 512 1.45 V SL5QL 370 Released July 2001
Intel Pentium III-S 1.4 GHz 133 Tualatin 512 1.45 V SL5XL 370 Released Jan 2002
Intel Pentium 4
Intel Pentium 4 1.7 GHz 400 Willamette 256 1.75 V SL57V 423 Released April 2001 $352
Intel Pentium 4 1.8 GHz 400 Willamette 256 1.75 V SL5VJ 478
Intel Pentium 4 2.4 GHz 533 Northwood 512 1.53 V SL6RZ 478 Released May 2002
Intel Xeon 2.8B 2.8 GHz 533 Prestonia 512 1.5 V SL^GG 604 Released Nov 2003
Intel Pentium 4 2.8 GHz 533 Prescott 1 MB 1.25-1.4 V SL7E2 478
Intel Pentium 4 3.0 GHz 800 Prescott 1 MB 1.25-1.4 V SL7E4 478 Hyper-Threading, 64 bit Released Feb 2004 $218
Intel Pentium 4 521 2.8 GHz 800 Prescott 1 MB 1.25-1.4 V SL8HX 775 Hyper-Threading, 64 bit
Intel Pentium 4 630 3.0 GHz 800 Prescott 2 MB 1.25-1.388 V SL7Z9 775 Hyper-Threading, 64 bit Released Feb 2005 $224
Intel Core 2 Duo
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 2.133 GHz 1066 Conroe 2 MB .85-1.5 V 775 64-bit Released July 2006 $224

johnnyv Aug 27, 2011, 07:49pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Dr. Peaceful Aug 27, 2011, 08:10pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Nice pics. I see some of your CPUs have Gold heat shields and pins. You know you can trade those gold in for $$$, since gold price is still high, if you're desperate for the cash. ;) LOL, J/K.

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>> Re: Who has the biggest collection?
I got a socket 423 one I'll sell you for $15. I think it's a 1.8 but I'd have to look. I also have a 300 MHz PowerPC 604e I'll sell you for $20. In fact you can have the whole damn Power Mac 8600/300 for $20. I think it still works unless weasels ate the wiring. 8)

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johnnyv Sep 04, 2011, 09:27am EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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Thanks for the offer, but don't need any socket 423's and not really collecting the apple CPU's right now. Eventually I'll perhaps get to them as that is what I used in school from K-7 was mac's! Started with the tiny b&w screen, then got colour, then they changed to a normal monitor slim style system. Then got to high school and used Win95, then 98, then XP.

Meats_Of_Evil Sep 04, 2011, 01:16pm EDT Reply - Quote - Report Abuse
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That's awesome johnnyv and the stickers make it even greater, keep it up man I enjoyed vieweing your collection.

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OMFG WORMS 2 FTW

I love that game.

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