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Message 1106253 - Posted: 14 May 2011, 23:08:47 UTC
Last modified: 14 May 2011, 23:10:18 UTC

I remember those times nearly gonna list my systems i've had during my life

In order:

* Sinclair ZX Spectrum 48K
* Atari 800XL
* Atari 130XE
* Amiga 500
Upgraded the Amiga with a Scsi harddrive
Upgraded the Amiga with a Motorola 68030 board and 8 MB Fast Ram
* Homebuilt PC 1, Pentium 120 which ran at 133Mhz
* Homebuilt PC 2, MMX 166 ran at 225 Mhz
* Homebuilt PC 3, Pentium II 233 ran at 337 Mhz
* Homebuilt PC 4, Athlon 550 ran at 650 Mhz
With this system i started to run Seti@home back then at 1999.
* Homebuilt PC 5, Athlon 800 ran at 1200Mhz
* Homebuilt PC 6, Athlon XP 2500+ ran at 3200+ Speeds
* Homebuilt PC 7, Pentium 4 2,8Ghz Northwood ran at 3,2Ghz
* Homebuilt PC 8, Athlon 64 3200+ which i ran in 2.5Ghz (Still in use be friend)
* Homebuilt PC 9, Athlon 64 X2 4000+ which i ran in 5000+ speed.
* Homebuilt PC 10, Intel Core 2 E6600 which i ran in 3.2Ghz
Exchanged the CPU to Q6600
* Homebuilt PC 11, Intel Core Q9450 which i ran in 3.4Ghz
* Homebuilt PC 12, Intel I7 920 which i ran in 3.4Ghz
Exchanged the CPU to Xeon L5630

And here we are today still. This was only the main system listing which is my preliminary computer.

Kind regards Vyper
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