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118. drunknex wrote on Wednesday, 14. September 2016 at 22:55:27 :
Respect still keeping this site running man, love it.Smilie
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117. Toni Golbats electroman12v@googlemail.com http://none hochgeladenes Bild ansehen wrote on Tuesday, 17. February 2015 at 11:37:03 :
This is a really great and awesome museum for CPUs. I'm a great fan of CPUs too, so I'm visiting your Website. I know what work you have done for this website and your CPUs. I'm collecting CPUs too but I've only five CPU's. Great Thanks that you have done this for usSmilie. I've a question, do you know what is the fastest CPU all over the world? I don't can find a answer on the internet. But Thank you for this really big, pretty and good website!!! Smilie Smilie
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116. Juergen juergenkraus@ggpm.de wrote on Sunday, 04. January 2015 at 23:43:36 :
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115. Lukas wrote on Friday, 12. December 2014 at 23:04:26 :
Just wanted to tell you that your collenction is great and your website is interesting! Greetings from upper austria
Lukas
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114. Frank hardwarecop@gmail.com http://cpumuseum.jimdo.com/ wrote on Wednesday, 01. January 2014 at 17:22:00 :
Hi Peter,

thank you very much for your praise, I came across your website multiple times before and always liked to read things on your website (especially the Articles & Tutorials section) and to look at such a beautiful, complete and well documented collection - your collection inspired me alot (also to start a page for my collection). Smilie

I also wish you all the best to reach all the targets you've set and of course a happy, successful & healthy new year!

Hopefully I might expect new things on your beautiful website soonSmilie

Greetings,
Frank
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113. Antoine wrote on Tuesday, 03. September 2013 at 10:22:33 :
Very nice info, I will try soon your self taping screw trick to remove heatspreaders. FYI the dual chip Power CPU is not a Power4 (which was only single chip) but a Power5 (Dual Core CPU with 36MB cache chip). Wether it is a Power5 or Power5+ depends of the size of the CPU die (389 mm2 or 243 mm2)
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112. Dennis McCormack themacks30@aol.com wrote on Wednesday, 19. June 2013 at 19:45:03 :
Great site, I am getting on a bit but remember a lot of the chips, retired engineer. almost brought a tear to the eye.
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111. test wrote on Tuesday, 26. March 2013 at 06:51:40 :
this is a test
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110. hello wrote on Monday, 25. March 2013 at 10:48:18 :
gekki
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109. Francois wrote on Monday, 19. November 2012 at 23:26:36 :
SmilieThis gives an idea on how fast things go! Very Interesting and congratulations.
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108. Mike Mdahms@ec.rr.com http://n/a wrote on Sunday, 25. March 2012 at 05:46:38 :
Great site. Its a real treat to see chips I will never see in person. Thanks for educational site, Mike.
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107. Fei Li usstlf@hotmail.com wrote on Wednesday, 08. February 2012 at 19:57:19 :
Peter, nice work!
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106. Arb wrote on Friday, 16. December 2011 at 22:06:13 :
That's a great collection and a great web!

Thanks for your work from Cádiz Smilie
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105. Josh Vennix the.king.geek@gmail.com http://thekinggeek.xp3.biz wrote on Monday, 28. November 2011 at 04:49:48 :
Awsome site.

Spent hours looking at it.Smilie
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104. Dominic wrote on Thursday, 02. September 2010 at 14:01:13 :
Gute Arbeit, gefällt mir!

Mit so viel CPUs kann man sicher schnell Passwörter knacken.
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