**Friday, December 26 2008**
Some new items added! Keep checking back, new
stuff will be added daily!
**Thursday, December 25 2008**
Early Christmas Update! Taking tomorrow off so I'm updating early. Added
another C4004 White on a board, a few Xilinx, an Intel Ford (Yes! Ford
Motors) board, and a few others. Happy Holidays!
**Wednesday, December 24th 2008**
Checkout these really cool
boards, one of which "prototype" is stamped on all the CPUs! All of
these boards, as well as new weird, strange, and yet cool things will be
added under this new section.
**Tuesday, December 23rd 2008**
Five New Old Stock Intel
C4004 whites added!
**Monday, December 22nd 2008**
Put some old school memory
Have a look on the right.
**Tuesday, March 25th 2008**
Added new photos and items
to the Mass Quantity section.
Check them out!
**Tuesday, March 18th 2008**
The new Online Store has
**Thursday, October 11th 2007**
Added a few new chips and an
Apple II GS
limited Signature Edition computer.
Intel Itanium II Dual Core Engineering samples, one is 100%
mechanical, and the second is loaded with 24MB of cache, 1.6GHz.
**Tuesday, March 20th 2007**
C1702A EPROM with
**Sunday, March 18th 2007**
Two chips added:
IDT & Other
**Wednesday, February 28th 2007**
I've been on vacation, but
I'm back with some good stuff. I added a few thousand chips under the
new section, "Mass
Quantities". More things of the same magnitude will be added this
weekend, along with a new section. Thanks!
**Monday, August 14th 2006**
Check it out, new
update includes a ton of rare chips such as the
Intel C8080, another
Intel C4004 grey to add to my sweet collection and other rare chips that
you can easily check on the right column. I also fixed up the preX86
section, some chips were missing that weren't supposed to be missing
(Intel C8080B, C1402A ES).
**Thursday, June 15 2006**
A lot of neat additions
came up today (16 items in total), including an extremely rare and sought after
Military Intel M8008,
in gold/ceramic packaging, and a new section filled with retail (mostly
sealed) in box CPU's/FPUs. A site search box also has been added, but
please allow some time for the spiders to catch all the information.
**Thursday, April 20th 2006**
Couple new things added, a
complete C8080A board and a complete
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**Tuesday, April 10th 2006**
Made some updates, added a
forum. It's currently a trial version, if I get enough people interested
I'll start getting serious. Now go register and start posting! :)
**Tuesday, April 3rd 2006**
Sorry about the lack of
attention I've been giving the site, but it's been a rough few months
and things have been busy, busy, busy. Now that I'm back on track, I'll
start making it up to you by showing these really cool machines/chips,
Hope you like them!
**Tuesday, Feb 27th 2006**
Site updated again, more
chips added to the database. Some cool new chips on the right such as an
Intel 1449 and a 66MHz Intel Pentium with "PROCESSOR".
**Thursday, Feb 23rd 2006**
Updated the site, added a PreX86
Section. Don't forget to check out the Motorola Prototype that JUST came
**Saturday, Feb 18th
Massive site update, many
chips added to the database, and a few chips added to my collection
today. They will be added to the database sometime tonight, for now
check them out on the Pic Column -->
**Friday, Feb 17th 2006**
Some pictures added in the
Rare Stuff section. I'd like to call it "Batch 1 out of 12".
**Thursday, Feb 16th 2006**
Just got an AMD K7 Slot A Engineering Sample in the mail, check it out
on the picture column. It'll be updated into the system sometime
*** Wednesday, Feb 15th
SITE'S UP AND
Finally after a few weeks of
work, the trouble of getting this baby started is over with. Now all I
gotta do is deal with the updates! Feel free to browse around, if you
have any questions just gimme a mail.
**Saturday, January 10 2009**
Left is what looks like
a network board with various chips including IBM, and on the right looks
like some sort of video/tv board with a composite connection.
Left is some kind of
286 CPU adapter (don't ask, I found a 286 snug inside that casing!),
Right is a HEAVILY loaded gold board, 1 of 3. It seems there was some
kind of short that burned a section of the board!
Left, 2 of 3, heavily
loaded gold board, and right is a close up of the gold dots littered all
over the board, photo 3 of 3.
Left and right are
photos of a very old hard drive made by Seagate, 85MB, 5.25".
**Friday, January 9 2009**
Left, DEC Digital video
card with A80860XR-40, Right, Sun memory board
Left, very old memory
board, no make or model, right, DEC Digital memory board with
**Thursday, January 8 2009**
Left, HP A4125-66512 board, Right,
bunch of random chips (AMD 2960-IDC, Intel C3210 C, Texas Instruments TI
2403, IDT S35C Engineering Sample, HP 6101, HP 1818, and a few
Left, Triple Adapter 80
with three Zilog Z80 CPUs and co-processors, Right, Motorola
MC68020RC16B with math co-processor.
Left, Intel D8088 on
original motherboard, Right, bunch of Intel/AMD/Siemens/Zlilog/IDT
chips. AMD C8085A, Siemens Intel 8086-C and 8086C-2, AMD 9555DC, Zilog
Z80 NONSEG, AMD 29030C SUPERSLICE, and a few other chips.
Left, Siemens 8088-P-2
on original motherboard, Right, bunch of AMD AM2914DM and AM2901DM,
AM2901ADC, and more
Left, Intel 386DX on
original motherboard, Right, board with a bunch of AM29030DC processors
Left, Intel P8088 on
original motherboard, Right, bunch of NEC B450B-1's
**Wednesday, January 7 2009**
Intel C8008, on the
right is the datecode
Front and back of 8 Intel C1402A's.
Two have ground strap, one of them has a number "5" on the top left
engineering sample, the XC6800B.
**Tuesday, January 6 2009**
Left, is the top
of a chipless HP A3639 board, right is the back.
Left, is a 5
processor HP server, right is an HP CA00029 board.
Left is a
Raytheon Prototype board (Zoom in to see the prototype chips!), Right is
what appears to be an eastern European calculator board.
**Monday January 5 2009**
Left, is a dual Intel i860XR AT&T
Card, Right, is an AMD SBC board
Left is a Silicon Graphics IP19 board,
Right, is a HardCard40, hard drive-on-board card
Another SGI Processor board, loaded
with 13 LSI CPUs!
**Sunday, January 4 2009**
To the left is a DEC Digital board
with dual memory boards, to the right is a Silicon Graphics 030-0240-013
Left, an Intel 386 Motherboard with
ULSI co-processor, right, dual CPU NEC board
Graphics processing board of a three
piece SBC card
**Saturday, January 3 2009**
Left, Texas Instruments
multi-processor board, Right, Motorola processor board
Left, Texas Instruments
multi-processor board, Right, SBC Motorola board
Two military Intel C8087/B Processors
**Friday, January 2 2009**
Left, top of DEC 334/335 dual
processor chip, right is the bottom
Left, three military Intel 486's
(MQ80486DX4100) DX4 100MHz CPUs, right are two Intel Itanium 2
Left, unknown Raytheon
Prototype chip, right, in order from top to bottom: C8087,
C8087-3, C8087-3, C8087-6
Left, Intel C1702A
Eprom, right, five Intel 287XL processors
**Thursday, January 1 2009**
Left, Sun Microsystems SN 2107 SBC
board, right, NEC five way super computer board