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Old 03-29-2012, 07:51 PM   #1
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That'* right folks, here is your opppurtunity to own 2each $1,000,000.00 P4 3.4 GHZ processors.

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I have about 5 of them things in my house right now. One of them is a P4 3Ghz HT processor that runs my server in the basement. Guess I'm a rich guy now.
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i have a 2.8GHz northwood, you can have it for $500,000 and then resell it for $750,000 i'm sure.
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Old 03-30-2012, 08:24 AM   #3
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I'll glady take it today, and pay you a cheeseburger Tuesday.

I seen that he had about 15 offers for them. I'm interested to see what the outcome of this is going to be.
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I havent seen them with the multiple stamps like that though.

I rock a P4 3ghzHT on a daily basis.
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Wowsers now that is one expensive pile of crap
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I know double-stamped coins will get you plenty of money. Not too sure about CPU'*, though. There would have to be an insanely great demand to get even a thousand dollars for one of those.
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A thousand dollars would probably sell it easy. Especially to someone like me who loves Intel and would want a nice collection (unfortunately I don't have a good enough job yet for that kind of money)
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What I would like to do is start a processor/computer collection..starting with...
IBM PS/2 Model 25 8088 processor
IBM PS/2 Model 30 286
Clone 386SX
Clone 486DX2 66MHZ
Clone P1
Clone P2
Clone P3
Clone P4

Man, I miss my old PS/2 Model 25. I ran Windows 3.0 on that bad boy with a 10MB hard drive. 640K of RAM, man that thing rocked Wolfenstein 3D.
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And man has times changed. Anyone remember those BIG THICK computer catalogs? Probably had about 500 pages each month? I scanned a page from one of my old ones. I believe this is around 1990.

$2000 for a modest setup...




If you look in the lower right hand corner, you can get a decent inkjet printer for...$2500. Today, you can get a brand new printer for $50.
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