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What is this?
 

auntjemima

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Doesn't seem like it. I was going to open it up earlier but I cannot find my screw drive set. The casing has no information, no stamp, no name, nothing. Just smooth plastic.

I got it open. No details on the inside either.
 
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Red Falcon

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Here are a few fun websites for integer and/or floating point performance of CPUs from the late 1970s to the 1980s:

https://web.archive.org/web/20150123191735/http://www.dunnington.u-net.com/public/dhrystone.c
*----------------DHRYSTONE VERSION 1.1 RESULTS BEGIN--------------------------
*
* MACHINE MICROPROCESSOR OPERATING COMPILER DHRYSTONES/SEC.
* TYPE SYSTEM NO REG REGS
* -------------------------- ------------ ----------- ---------------
* IBM PC/AT 80286-7.5Mhz Venix/286 SVR2 cc 1159 1254 *15
*
*
*----------------DHRYSTONE VERSION 1.0 RESULTS BEGIN--------------------------
*
* MACHINE MICROPROCESSOR OPERATING COMPILER DHRYSTONES/SEC.
* TYPE SYSTEM NO REG REGS
* -------------------------- ------------ ----------- ---------------
* Commodore 64 6510-1MHz C64 ROM C Power 2.8 36 36
* HP-110 8086-5.33Mhz MSDOS 2.11 Lattice 2.14 284 284
* IBM PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz PC/IX cc 271 294
* CCC 3205 ? Xelos(SVR2) cc 279 296
* Perq-II 2901 bitslice Accent S5c cc (CMU) 301 301
* IBM PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz COHERENT 2.3.43 MarkWilliams cc 296 317
* Cosmos 68000-8Mhz UniSoft cc 305 322
* IBM PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz Venix/86 2.0 cc 297 324
* DEC PRO 350 11/23 Venix/PRO SVR2 cc 299 325
* IBM PC 8088-4.77Mhz MSDOS 2.0 b16cc 2.0 310 340
* PDP11/23 11/23 Venix (V7) cc 320 358
* Commodore Amiga ? Lattice 3.02 368 371
* PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz Venix/86 SYS V cc 339 377
* IBM PC 8088-4.77Mhz MSDOS 2.0 CI-C86 2.20M 390 390
* IBM PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz PCDOS 2.1 Wizard 2.1 367 403
* IBM PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Lattice 2.15 403 403 @
* Colex DM-6 68010-8Mhz Unisoft SYSV cc 378 410
* IBM PC 8088-4.77Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Datalight 1.10 416 416
* IBM PC NEC V20-4.77Mhz MSDOS 3.1 MS 3.1 387 420
* IBM PC/XT 8088-4.77Mhz PCDOS 2.1 Microsoft 3.0 390 427
* IBM PC NEC V20-4.77Mhz MSDOS 3.1 MS 3.1 (186) 393 427
* PDP-11/34 - UNIX V7M cc 387 438
* IBM PC 8088, 4.77mhz PC-DOS 2.1 Aztec C v3.2d 423 454
* Tandy 1000 V20, 4.77mhz MS-DOS 2.11 Aztec C v3.2d 423 458
* Tandy TRS-16B 68000-6Mhz Xenix 1.3.5 cc 438 458
* PDP-11/34 - RSTS/E decus c 438 495
* Onyx C8002 Z8000-4Mhz IS/1 1.1 (V7) cc 476 511
* CCC 3230 Xelos (SysV.2) cc 507 565
* Tandy TRS-16B 68000-6Mhz Xenix 1.3.5 Green Hills 609 617
* DEC PRO 380 11/73 Venix/PRO SVR2 cc 577 628
* FHL QT+ 68000-10Mhz Os9/68000 version 1.3 603 649 FH
* Apollo DN550 68010-?Mhz AegisSR9/IX cc 3.12 666 666
* HP-110 8086-5.33Mhz MSDOS 2.11 Aztec-C 641 676
* ATT PC6300 8086-8Mhz MSDOS 2.11 b16cc 2.0 632 684
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.0 CI-C86 2.1 666 684
* Tandy 6000 68000-8Mhz Xenix 3.0 cc 694 694
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz Xenix 3.0 cc 684 704 MM
* Macintosh 68000-7.8Mhz 2M Mac Rom Mac C 32 bit int 694 704
* Macintosh 68000-7.7Mhz - MegaMax C 2.0 661 709
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz Xenix 3.0 cc 704 714 LM
* Codata 3300 68000-8Mhz UniPlus+ (v7) cc 678 725
* WICAT MB 68000-8Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 585 731 ~
* Cadmus 9000 68010-10Mhz UNIX cc 714 735
* AT&T 6300 8086-8Mhz Venix/86 SVR2 cc 668 743
* Cadmus 9790 68010-10Mhz 1MB SVR0,Cadmus3.7 cc 720 747
* NEC PC9801F 8086-8Mhz PCDOS 2.11 Lattice 2.15 768 - @
* ATT PC6300 8086-8Mhz MSDOS 2.11 CI-C86 2.20M 769 769
* Burroughs XE550 68010-10Mhz Centix 2.10 cc 769 769 CT1
* EAGLE/TURBO 8086-8Mhz Venix/86 SVR2 cc 696 779
* ALTOS 586 8086-10Mhz Xenix 3.0b cc 724 793
* DEC 11/73 J-11 micro Ultrix-11 V3.0 System V 735 793
* ATT 3B2/300 WE32000-?Mhz UNIX 5.0.2 cc 735 806
* Apollo DN320 68010-?Mhz AegisSR9/IX cc 3.12 806 806
* IRIS-2400 68010-10Mhz UNIX System V cc 772 829
* Atari 520ST 68000-8Mhz TOS DigResearch 839 846
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.0 MS 3.0(large) 833 847 LM
* WICAT MB 68000-8Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 675 853 S~
* VAX 11/750 - Ultrix 1.1 4.2BSD cc 781 862
* CCC 7350A 68000-8MHz UniSoft V.2 cc 821 875
* VAX 11/750 - UNIX 4.2bsd cc 862 877
* Fast Mac 68000-7.7Mhz - MegaMax C 2.0 839 904 +
* IBM PC/XT 8086-9.54Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Microsoft 3.0 833 909 C1
* DEC 11/44 Ultrix-11 V3.0 System V 862 909
* Macintosh 68000-7.8Mhz 2M Mac Rom Mac C 16 bit int 877 909 S
* CCC 3210 ? Xelos R01(SVR2) cc 849 924
* CCC 3220 ? Ed. 7 v2.3 cc 892 925
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz Xenix 3.0 cc -i 909 925
* AT&T 6300 8086, 8mhz MS-DOS 2.11 Aztec C v3.2d 862 943
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz Xenix 3.0 cc 892 961
* VAX 11/750 w/FPA Eunice 3.2 cc 914 976
* IBM PC/XT 8086-9.54Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Wizard 2.1 892 980 C1
* IBM PC/XT 8086-9.54Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Lattice 2.15 980 980 C1
* Plexus P35 68000-10Mhz UNIX System III cc 984 980
* PDP-11/73 KDJ11-AA 15Mhz UNIX V7M 2.1 cc 862 981
* VAX 11/750 w/FPA UNIX 4.3bsd cc 994 997
* IRIS-1400 68010-10Mhz UNIX System V cc 909 1000
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz Venix/86 2.1 cc 961 1000
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.0 b16cc 2.0 943 1063
* Zilog S8000/11 Z8001-5.5Mhz Zeus 3.2 cc 1011 1084
* NSC ICM-3216 NSC 32016-10Mhz UNIX SVR2 cc 1041 1084
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.0 MS 3.0(small) 1063 1086
* VAX 11/750 w/FPA VMS VAX-11 C 2.0 958 1091
* Stride 68000-10Mhz System-V/68 cc 1041 1111
* Plexus P/60 MC68000-12.5Mhz UNIX SYSIII Plexus 1111 1111
* ATT PC7300 68010-10Mhz UNIX 5.2 cc 1041 1111
* CCC 3230 ? Xelos R01(SVR2) cc 1040 1126
* Stride 68000-12Mhz System-V/68 cc 1063 1136
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz Venix/286 SVR2 cc 1056 1149
* Plexus P/60 MC68000-12.5Mhz UNIX SYSIII Plexus 1111 1163 T
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.0 Datalight 1.10 1190 1190
* ATT PC6300+ 80286-6Mhz MSDOS 3.1 b16cc 2.0 1111 1219
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Wizard 2.1 1136 1219
* Sun2/120 68010-10Mhz Sun 4.2BSD cc 1136 1219
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.0 CI-C86 2.20M 1219 1219
* WICAT PB 68000-8Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 998 1226 ~
* MASSCOMP 500 68010-10MHz RTU V3.0 cc (V3.2) 1156 1238
* Alliant FX/8 IP (68012-12Mhz) Concentrix cc -ip;exec -i 1170 1243 FX
* Cyb DataMate 68010-12.5Mhz Uniplus 5.0 Unisoft cc 1162 1250
* PDP 11/70 - UNIX 5.2 cc 1162 1250
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Lattice 2.15 1250 1250
* IBM PC/AT 80286-7.5Mhz Venix/86 2.1 cc 1190 1315 *15
* Sun2/120 68010-10Mhz Standalone cc 1219 1315
* Intel 380 80286-8Mhz Xenix R3.0up1 cc 1250 1315 *16
* Sequent Balance 8000 NS32032-10MHz Dynix 2.0 cc 1250 1315 N12
* IBM PC/DSI-32 32032-10Mhz MSDOS 3.1 GreenHills 2.14 1282 1315 C3
* ATT 3B2/400 WE32100-?Mhz UNIX 5.2 cc 1315 1315
* CCC 3250XP - Xelos R01(SVR2) cc 1215 1318
* IBM PC/RT 032 RISC(801?)?Mhz BSD 4.2 cc 1248 1333 RT
* DG MV4000 - AOS/VS 5.00 cc 1333 1333
* IBM PC/AT 80286-8Mhz Venix/86 2.1 cc 1275 1380 *16
* IBM PC/AT 80286-6Mhz MSDOS 3.0 Microsoft 3.0 1250 1388
* ATT PC6300+ 80286-6Mhz MSDOS 3.1 CI-C86 2.20M 1428 1428
* COMPAQ/286 80286-8Mhz Venix/286 SVR2 cc 1326 1443
* IBM PC/AT 80286-7.5Mhz Venix/286 SVR2 cc 1333 1449 *15
* WICAT PB 68000-8Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 1169 1464 S~
* Tandy II/6000 68000-8Mhz Xenix 3.0 cc 1384 1477
* WICAT MB 68000-12.5Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 1246 1537 ~
* IBM PC/AT 80286-9Mhz SCO Xenix V cc 1540 1556 *18
* Cyb DataMate 68010-12.5Mhz Uniplus 5.0 Unisoft cc 1470 1562 S
* VAX 11/780 - UNIX 5.2 cc 1515 1562
* MicroVAX-II - - - 1562 1612
* VAX 11/780 - UNIX 4.3bsd cc 1646 1662
* Apollo DN660 - AegisSR9/IX cc 3.12 1666 1666
* ATT 3B20 - UNIX 5.2 cc 1515 1724
* NEC PC-98XA 80286-8Mhz PCDOS 3.1 Lattice 2.15 1724 1724 @
* HP9000-500 B series CPU HP-UX 4.02 cc 1724 -
* IBM PC/STD 80286-8Mhz MSDOS 3.0 Microsoft 3.0 1724 1785 C2
* WICAT MB 68000-12.5Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 1450 1814 S~
* WICAT PB 68000-12.5Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 1530 1898 ~
* DEC-2065 KL10-Model B TOPS-20 6.1FT5 Port. C Comp. 1937 1946
* Gould PN6005 - UTX 1.1(4.2BSD) cc 1675 1964
* DEC2060 KL-10 TOPS-20 cc 2000 2000 &
* VAX 11/785 - UNIX 5.2 cc 2083 2083
* VAX 11/785 - VMS VAX-11 C 2.0 2083 2083
* VAX 11/785 - UNIX SVR2 cc 2123 2083
* VAX 11/785 - ULTRIX-32 1.1 cc 2083 2091
* VAX 11/785 - UNIX 4.3bsd cc 2135 2136
* WICAT PB 68000-12.5Mhz System V WICAT C 4.1 1780 2233 S~
* Pyramid 90x - OSx 2.3 cc 2272 2272
* Pyramid 90x FPA,cache,4Mb OSx 2.5 cc no -O 2777 2777
* Pyramid 90x w/cache OSx 2.5 cc w/-O 3333 3333
* IBM-4341-II - VM/SP3 Waterloo C 1.2 3333 3333
* IRIS-2400T 68020-16.67Mhz UNIX System V cc 3105 3401
* Celerity C-1200 ? UNIX 4.2BSD cc 3485 3468
* SUN 3/75 68020-16.67Mhz SUN 4.2 V3 cc 3333 3571
* IBM-4341 Model 12 UTS 5.0 ? 3685 3685
* SUN-3/160 68020-16.67Mhz Sun 4.2 V3.0A cc 3381 3764
* Sun 3/180 68020-16.67Mhz Sun 4.2 cc 3333 3846
* IBM-4341 Model 12 UTS 5.0 ? 3910 3910 MN
* MC 5400 68020-16.67MHz RTU V3.0 cc (V4.0) 3952 4054
* NCR Tower32 68020-16.67Mhz SYS 5.0 Rel 2.0 cc 3846 4545
* Gould PN9080 - UTX-32 1.1c cc - 4629
* MC 5600/5700 68020-16.67MHz RTU V3.0 cc (V4.0) 4504 4746 %
* Gould 1460-342 ECL proc UTX/32 1.1/c cc 5342 5677 G1
* VAX 8600 - UNIX 4.3bsd cc 7024 7088
* VAX 8600 - VMS VAX-11 C 2.0 7142 7142
* Alliant FX/8 CE Concentrix cc -ce;exec -c 6952 7655 FX
* CCI POWER 6/32 COS(SV+4.2) cc 7500 7800
* CCI POWER 6/32 POWER 6 UNIX/V cc 8236 8498
* CCI POWER 6/32 4.2 Rel. 1.2b cc 8963 9544
* Sperry (CCI Power 6) 4.2BSD cc 9345 10000
* CRAY-X-MP/12 105Mhz COS 1.14 Cray C 10204 10204
* IBM-3083 - UTS 5.0 Rel 1 cc 16666 12500
* CRAY-1A 80Mhz CTSS Cray C 2.0 12100 13888
* IBM-3083 - VM/CMS HPO 3.4 Waterloo C 1.2 13889 13889
* Amdahl 470 V/8 UTS/V 5.2 cc v1.23 15560 15560
* CRAY-X-MP/48 105Mhz CTSS Cray C 2.0 15625 17857
* Amdahl 580 - UTS 5.0 Rel 1.2 cc v1.5 23076 23076
* Amdahl 5860 UTS/V 5.2 cc v1.23 28970 28970
*
* Student1 RS/6000 ???MHz AIX cc 28600
* SGI Indigo R3000 33MHz Irix 5.3 cc 35800 RN
* SGI Indy R4600SC 133MHz Irix 5.3 cc 194000 RN
 

Red Falcon

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These are from the 1990s:

https://www.macinfo.de/bench/specmark.html
Typ/MHz/Busspeed
SPECint92
SPECfp92
SPECint95
SPECfp95
Anmerkung
DEC Alpha 21164PC/400​
??10.414.2
DEC Alpha 21164PC/466​
??11.015.0
DEC Alpha 21164PC/533​
??12.616.1
DEC Alpha 21164PC/583​
??16.720.7
DEC Alpha 21164/366​
??11.315.4
DEC Alpha 21164/433​
??13.318.3
DEC Alpha 21164/500​
??15.421.1
16k L1, 96k L2, 8MB L3​
DEC Alpha 21164/600​
??18.829.2
16k L1, 96k L2, 8MB L3​
DEC Alpha 21164/667​
??20.832.4
DEC Alpha 21164/767 KryoTech​
??23.325.2
KryoTech Cooling​
DEC Alpha 21264/466​
??24.647.9
128k L1, 2MB L2​
DEC Alpha 21264/500​
??27.357.7
128k L1, 4MB L2​
DEC Alpha 21264/525​
??27.845.2
128k L1, 4MB L2​
DEC Alpha 21264/575​
??30.347.7
128k L1, 4MB L2​
DEC Alpha 21264/667​
??32.153.7
128k L1, 4MB L2 (UP2000)​
DEC Alpha 21264A/667​
??37.565.5
128k L1, 4MB L2​
DEC Alpha 21264A/700​
??39.168.1
128k L1, 8MB L2​
DEC Alpha 21364/1000​
??70.0120.0
Prototyp​
AMD K7/550​
??25.120.6
512k 2:1 L2​
AMD K7/600​
??27.522.2
512k 2:1 L2​
AMD K7/650​
??29.723.2
512k 2:1 L2​
AMD K7/700​
??31.823.8
512k 2:1 L2​
AMD K7/750​
??33.024.4
512k 5:2 L2​
AMD K7/800​
??35.025.4
512k 5:2 L2​
AMD K7/850​
???26.1
512k 5:2 L2​
AMD K7/900​
???27.5
512k 3:1 L2​
AMD K7/950​
????
512k 3:1 L2​
AMD K7/1000​
???29.4
512k 3:1 L2​
Intel 386DX/33​
9.40---??
Intel 386SX/25​
4.55---??
Intel 386SX/33​
6.203.30??
Intel 486DX/25​
16.807.40??
Intel 486DX/33​
22.399.88??
Intel 486DX/50​
33.4014.50??
Intel 486SX/25​
12.00---??
Intel 486SX/33​
15.86---??
Intel DX2/50​
29.9114.22??
Intel DX2/66​
39.5918.80??
Intel DX4/75​
41.4020.10??
Intel DX4/100​
54.5926.91??
Intel Pentium 66​
78.0063.60??
Intel Pentium 75​
89.1068.502.32.0
Intel Pentium 90​
110.0084.402.72.4
Intel Pentium 100​
122.0093.203.32.6
Intel Pentium 120​
157.00108.003.72.8
Intel Pentium 133/66​
174.00121.004.13.1
Intel Pentium 150/50​
181.00125.004.33.0
Intel Pentium 166​
198.00138.004.83.4
Intel Pentium 166 MMX​
??5.64.3
Intel Pentium 200​
??5.24.3
Intel Pentium 200 MMX​
??6.44.9
Intel Pentium 233 MMX​
??7.15.2
Intel Pentium Pro 150​
245.00220.006.15.4
256k 150MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium Pro 166/66/256k​
293.00261.007.16.2
256k 166MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium Pro 166/66/512k​
??7.25.8
512k 166MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium Pro 180/60/256k​
??7.35.6
256k 180MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium Pro 200/66/256k​
320.00283.008.26.2
256k 200MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium Pro 200/66/512k​
??8.66.5
512k 200MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium Pro 200/66/1024k​
??8.76.8
1024k 200MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 300/66/0k​
??8.87.0
NO L2 Cache​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 300A/66/128k​
??11.99.2
128k 300MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 333/66/128k​
??12.910.4
128k 333MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 366/66/128k​
??13.911.2
128k 366MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 400/66/128k​
??14.911.8
128k 400MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 433/66/128k​
??15.812.1
128k 433MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 466/66/128k​
??17.112.7
128k 466MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II Celeron 500/66/128k​
??17.912.9
128k 500MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II 233/66​
Press Release Scores:​
9.56.4
512k 117MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 233/66​
P-II Performance Page:​
9.56.7
512k 117MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 266/66​
Press Release Scores:​
10.86.9
512k 133MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 266/66​
P-II Performance Page:​
10.87.5
512k 133MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 300/66​
Press Release Scores:​
11.67.2
512k 150MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 300/66​
P-II Performance Page:​
11.78.1
512k 150MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 333/66​
??12.88.8
512k 167MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 350/100​
??13.910.2
512k 175MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 400/100​
??15.811.4
512k 200MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II 450/100​
??17.212.9
512k 225MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium II XEON 400/100/512k​
??16.313.2
512k 400MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II XEON 400/100/1MB​
??16.513.7
1024k 400MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium II XEON 450/100/512k​
??19.715.0
1024k 450MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III 450/100​
??18.713.7
512k 225MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium III 500/100​
??20.614.7
512k 250MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium III 550/100​
??22.315.1
512k 275MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium III 600/100​
??24.015.9
512k 300MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 650/100​
??31.622.9
256k 650MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 667/133​
??33.026.9
256k 667MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 700/100​
??33.823.5
256k 700MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 733/133​
??35.628.1
256k 733MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 750/100​
??35.723.9
256k 750MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 800/100​
??38.324.5
256k 800MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III/E 800/133​
??38.428.9
256k 800MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III XEON 500/100/512k​
??21.715.9
512k 500MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III XEON 500/100/1MB​
??22.116.2
1024k 500MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Intel Pentium III XEON 550/100/512k​
??23.616.9
512k 550MHz L2 Cache (1:1)​
Motorola 68040/25​
21.0015.00??
Motorola 68040/33​
35.00---??
PowerPC 601/66​
62.0054.00??
PowerPC 601/80​
75.0065.00??
PowerPC 601/100​
120.00105.00??
PowerPC 603/66​
62.0054.00??
PowerPC 603/80​
75.0065.00??
PowerPC 603/100​
120.00105.00??
PowerPC 603e/100​
120.00105.00??
PowerPC 603e/117​
??3.52.7
PowerPC 603e/133​
??3.93.1
PowerPC 603e/150/60​
??4.13.0
PowerPC 603e/160/64​
??4.33.2
PowerPC 603e/166/55​
??4.53.3
PowerPC 603e/180/60​
??4.63.3
PowerPC 603e/200/66​
??6.44.1
PowerPC 603e/220/74​
??7.14.5
PowerPC 603e/225/75​
??7.14.6
PowerPC 603e/233/66​
??6.94.1
PowerPC 603e/240/68​
??7.44.2
PowerPC 603e/250/??​
??6.45.3
PowerPC 603e/266/66​
???4.4
PowerPC 603e/300​
??7.46.1
PowerPC 604/100​
160.00165.003.63.2
PowerPC 604/120/60​
180.00180.004.74.4
PowerPC 604/133/66.5​
200.00200.005.24.8
PowerPC 604/150/50​
??5.34.4
PowerPC 604/166/55​
??5.74.9
PowerPC 604/180/60​
??6.25.3
PowerPC 604e/166/66​
??7.76.3
1024k 66MHz L2 Cache​
PowerPC 604e/180/60​
??8.26.2
1024k 60MHz L2 Cache​
PowerPC 604e/200/66​
??9.16.8
1024k 66MHz L2 Cache​
PowerPC 604e/225/64​
??10.27.6
1024k 64MHz L2 Cache​
PowerPC 604e/233/66​
??10.37.3
1024k 66MHz L2 Cache​
PowerPC 604r/250/71​
??11.17.8
1024k 142MHz L2 Cache (2xBus)​
PowerPC 604r/300/75​
??12.98.5
1024k 150MHz L2 Cache (2xBus)​
PowerPC 604r/333/74​
??13.98.6
1024k 148MHz L2 Cache (2xBus)​
PowerPC 604r/350/77​
??14.69.0
1024k 154MHz L2 Cache (2xBus)​
PowerPC 604r/375/83​
??15.910.1
1024k 187MHz L2 Cache (2xBus)​
PowerPC 620/133​
225.00300.006.06.0
PowerPC 620/200​
??8.010.0
4096k L2-Cache​
PowerPC 740/200​
??8.96.3
PowerPC 740/266​
??11.56.9
PowerPC 740/300​
??12.27.1
PowerPC 750/225/64​
??10.67.8
1024k 150MHz L2 Cache (3:2)​
PowerPC 750/233/117/66​
??11.08.1
1024k 117MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/250/125/71​
??11.88.7
1024k 125MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/266/133/66​
??12.48.4
1024k 133MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/275/138/69​
??12.98.6
1024k 138MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/300/150/66​
??13.28.5
1024k 150MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/333/166/66​
??14.59.0
1024k 166MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/333/166/83​
??16.010.9
1024k 166MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/350/175/87​
??16.711.4
1024k 175MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/366/183/81​
??17.211.1
1024k 183MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/375/188/83​
??17.811.5
1024k 188MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/400/200/89​
??19.213.1
1024k 200MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/450/225/100​
??21.413.8
1024k 225MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/466/233/83​
??21.812.6
1024k 233MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 750/500/250/100​
??23.914.6
1024k 250MHz L2 Cache (2:1)​
PowerPC 7400/450/???/???​
??21.420.4
Cache Configuration ?​
Power2/160​
??8.626.6
IBM​
Power3/200​
??13.130.1
96k L1, 4096k L2 off-chip​
Power3/222​
??13.928.6
96k L1, 4096k L2 off-chip​
Power3-ii/375​
??24.450.9
96k L1, 8192k L2 off-chip​
Sun SuperSparc I/40​
??1.01.0
REFERENZ; 0k L2-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-I/167​
??6.69.4
Sun UltraSPARC-I/200​
??7.811.4
1024k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-II/248​
??10.415.0
1024k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-II/296​
??12.118.8
2048k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-II/360/90​
??16.123.5
4048k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-II/400/100​
??17.725.4
4048k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-II/450/112.5​
??19.727.9
32k L1, 4048k L2 off-chip​
Sun UltraSPARC-IIi/300​
??12.112.9
512k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-IIi/333​
??14.118.1
2048k E-Cache 167MHz (2:1)​
Sun UltraSPARC-IIi/360/90​
??15.219.9
Sun UltraSPARC-IIi/440/110​
??18.122.7
2048k E-Cache​
Sun UltraSPARC-III/600​
??35.060.0
8096k E-Cache​
HP PA-RISC 8000/180​
??11.820.2
HP PA-RISC 8200/220​
??15.525.0
HP PA-RISC 8200/240​
??16.425.3
4096k L2-Cache​
HP PA-RISC 8500/300​
??22.438.8
1500k L1-Cache (0k L2)​
HP PA-RISC 8500/360​
??28.246.3
1500k L1-Cache (0k L2)​
HP PA-RISC 8500/400​
??30.248.6
1500k L1-Cache (0k L2)​
HP PA-RISC 8500/440​
??34.051.4
1500k L1-Cache (0k L2)​
SGI MIPS R10000/200​
??10.717.4
SGI MIPS R10000/250​
??15.325.2
4096k L2-Cache​
 

Killahurtz

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a couple more...a little newer...and newer cases

here is the 775 box...on the right , Abit IP35pro , BFG 8800gtx OC , Corsair mem , Creative sound....runs great , runs period stuff crispy

the left is 939 Athlon 64 X2 4400+ , Asus A8AR32-MVP Deluxe (first full 2x pcie x16) , AMD X1900 crossfire , Patriot mem , Creative sound
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harmattan

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Thanks for the nostalgia fix. My high school calc and trig teacher had one of these, he'd carry it around in a little grey briefcase (aka "Dr. L's purse"). We'd poke fun at him to no end because of it.

He had a PhD from Cal Tech in advanced mathematics... We could never figure out why he was punching so far below his weight by teaching a bunch of working class/farmer kids in high school in rural OH.
 

Killahurtz

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forgot about the ol' Commodore...one owner...serial # 6018...rarely seen any others with this styro packaging...high tech serial number masking tape tag!

*** used to play a lot of Avalon Hill text games on it...had to rewrite "basic" from 40 column of the game to 22 column of the Vic output to read the stuff proper

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SamirD

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Fantastic work on that battery pack! Those original mac laptops with the trackball set the bar for a long time--having a trackball is so much more ergonomic than a touchpad or pointy stick. Too bad they all went away. :(
 

GiGaBiTe

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They may have been nice back then, but be prepared for a bad time if you have a nostalgia trip and want to buy one to use again.

I had a customer send me two (a PB 100 and a 145B shown in the above image) and they were both complete basket cases. Both had leaked caps on the logic board and the screen (Yes, the screens have Electrolytic caps in them and no, they're not easy to change.) Additionally, the PB 145B had a NiCD battery pack that had gone off at some point in time and leaked all inside the logic board and all over the trackball assembly. It took several weeks of troubleshooting the machines, cleaning and patching things and gluing brittle plastics back together to get to that point. Additionally, the weird 40 pin SCSI drives were both dead, thankfully someone makes a BlueSCSI specifically for old PowerBooks like this, so I can use an SD card instead.

The battery pack was another several weeks of designing and prototyping to make sure it worked before I bought new cells to make the pack up. I'll probably never make another one of these packs unless someone convinces me with a fat wad of cash. It took 5 hours, and was like playing operation, one slip of the soldering iron or wire jumper and the whole thing could have gone on fire.
 

SamirD

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What a nightmare! But I guess all of them out there are in this condition then. :(
 

GiGaBiTe

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What a nightmare! But I guess all of them out there are in this condition then. :(

Pretty much. I did some ebay searching for the PB 145B and most of the units I saw were clapped out trash and the sellers wanted ridiculous amounts of money for them.

I saw one for around $300 in "working" condition, but I could immediately tell it had bad capacitors in the screen and bad things going on in the logic board stack. You'd have to pay at least that much again in parts and labor to get one back up into stable safe condition where it wouldn't completely die in short order and be usable.
 

SamirD

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This almost scares me on what condition some of my older laptops might be in. :eek: Most of them were simply powered off and not turned on again but a few times. But I guess I know the man that can fix them. ;)
 

GiGaBiTe

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This almost scares me on what condition some of my older laptops might be in. :eek: Most of them were simply powered off and not turned on again but a few times. But I guess I know the man that can fix them. ;)

Worst thing to do is put them away with the batteries installed. Leaked CMOS and main batteries cause the worst damage, and it's not always fixable.
 

SamirD

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Worst thing to do is put them away with the batteries installed. Leaked CMOS and main batteries cause the worst damage, and it's not always fixable.
That's what I've done unfortunately. But it's not like they are in storage or anything, they are with other computer gear and I haven't seen anything leaking, etc when I've handled them while look for something else.
 

Red Falcon

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Man, I am really impressed with that system, excellent work getting everything up and running. (y)
Oh, we used to have one of those Olympus digital cameras (believe ours was from the early 2000s with SmartMedia storage - 8MB to 32MB) - you're right, those things are tanks and, apparently, NBC-hardened!

So not only is the system itself retro, the images we are viewing them on are also retro. :cool:
Heck yeah, that's very resourceful!

You're making me feel so old, I remember when those cases were a luxury and much nicer to work on than most the older 90s beige desktops.
All around, great job, and thank you for sharing!


This might be something you may appreciate:




Somehow, I think if we all had our way, this would pretty much be all of us. :D

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...and this...

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...and this...

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LGR just posted a video about the return to the computer warehouse, which was originally visited back in 2019.
This is definitely worth a watch, and it will be closing later this year, so get in on the action while you still can!

 

equinox654

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Out of curiosity. What do you guys do with your retro computers?

For a long time now I’ve had the urge to get a 68k Mac and put a ppc accelerator in it.

My first computer that I was old enough to understand was a performa 550 with a 030 and 5mb ram

It was painful to browse the web on back in the mid to late 90s. I think the only games worth a crap that I played on it were Escape Velocity and some simple rpgs and bbs door games.

For some reason I’m nostalgic for the thing. Despite hating it at the time.

Before that I had a 286 that I played Star Trek 25th anniversary on, not really nostalgic for it, but wouldn’t mind tinkering with a 486 or pentium 100 or so.

I guess what I’m really wondering is if you guys ever spend a Sunday playing with your old computers? or if they just take up space as collector pieces never to be touched after restoring?
 

longblock454

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I guess what I’m really wondering is if you guys ever spend a Sunday playing with your old computers? or if they just take up space as collector pieces never to be touched after restoring?

I've currently got a C64, Mac Quadra 605 (040) and a TRS-80 Model 200 and 101 on my desk, been there ready to go for several years. Wish I didn't have to admit this but they mostly sit there without use, probably less than 5 hours over the past 6 months.

Though my Fav 68k game was SpaceWard Ho, might break the cycle and fire it up today as the weather blows.
 

equinox654

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That’s kind of what I figured I would do. Though maybe next year when I get a bigger house I’ll squeeze some stuff in there.
 

SamirD

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Out of curiosity. What do you guys do with your retro computers?

For a long time now I’ve had the urge to get a 68k Mac and put a ppc accelerator in it.

My first computer that I was old enough to understand was a performa 550 with a 030 and 5mb ram

It was painful to browse the web on back in the mid to late 90s. I think the only games worth a crap that I played on it were Escape Velocity and some simple rpgs and bbs door games.

For some reason I’m nostalgic for the thing. Despite hating it at the time.

Before that I had a 286 that I played Star Trek 25th anniversary on, not really nostalgic for it, but wouldn’t mind tinkering with a 486 or pentium 100 or so.

I guess what I’m really wondering is if you guys ever spend a Sunday playing with your old computers? or if they just take up space as collector pieces never to be touched after restoring?
That's a good question and it's a good thing to ask this before you let the nostalgia run away with your wallet. :D

For me, it's using the machine as it was back in that time, mainly to re-live a bit of happiness that can't be obtained any other way. I still recall the sessions of rocketball my brother and I would play on the c64 versus fight each other in real life because it allowed 'clotheslining' each other. The battle was always fierce but actually was fun in my recollection (my brother might think otherwise), so I long for that. I just remembered there was a game called 'cliff hanger' where there was a certain intro song that we would dance around because it reminded us of some sort of fiesta song. Many times we would boot it up and then reset the game until we got that song and then turn it up and dance around like idiots.

But other machines are still fully fledged for doing real productivity. I think almost all of my older servers or systems are set up for working because nothing about notepad or writing a letter has changed since the late 1980s imo.

Sometimes it is to access older media to bring it up to speed on backups. Or the inverse of taking backups and running on period correct 'bare metal'.

I think it is important to have goals with what you want to do and what the exit should look like. I'm thinking about my plans and exits in the next few years as that's all the time I'll have with the space where I currently have the machines. Then my exit will be to find good new homes for them--like children. The money won't be the only thing.
 

Toriessian

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I just got this in from UPS. SS7 motherboard DFI P5BV3+ Rev C. Looks pretty solid on paper. Right now it has a Cyrix MII-300 in it. Trying to decide what I want to build. It'd be a nice little DOS gaming box if I threw a S3 Virge GX2 in it along with a Voodoo 1 or I could upgrade it to something like a K6-3 400 and a little bit beefier graphics card in it... not sure...

Update: On closer examination, this MB has that odd electronics smell. The caps appear to be of different brands. I think the electronics shop I got it from saved me the trouble of recapping it. No damage around the battery either.

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GiGaBiTe

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If anyone is interested in older PIII era machines, I got a few I'm giving away in the freebies thread for shipping. Also have a few more I haven't listed yet because they need some repairs still, but they'll be in the freebies too before they go off to the recyclers if there's no takers. It'd be a shame to recycle them, but I need the room.
 
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