The CPU MUSEUM Guestbook


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Comments: 9
  • #9

    Joost (Wednesday, 08 February 2017 09:15)

    Dit is leuk, ik hou van dit kleine gedoe. Ik weet wel iets van informatica, werk helaas van bovenaf en niet 'onderaf' (top-down) wat programmeren moeilijk maakt.

    Groetjes Joost

  • #8

    Carsten (Tuesday, 01 March 2016 23:39)

    Habe sie auf einer Frage von Gutefrage kennen gelernt. Köntten sie mir vill. Wie dem Fragesteller ein BISSEN HELFEN?


  • #7

    Bret (Monday, 15 February 2016 17:28)

    Very good website and interesting

  • #6

    Geoff Burke (Sunday, 19 October 2014 07:49)

    Nice work on the CPU Museum. From 1980 thru 2011 I worked for Texas Instruments, Motorola, Intel, Silicon Valley group. I setup the factories to manufacture the TI CPU's, Power PC, Intel 386, 486, Pentium, and i7 Nehalem. I never imagined that someone would put together a online museum showing so much of my work.

  • #5

    Anonym (Monday, 10 February 2014 10:54)

    That's a very cool and helpful webseite! <br /><br /> Thanks!

  • #4

    Peter alias naked1300 (Wednesday, 01 January 2014)

    really nice website, and of course, chip collecting and exploring the history behind is
    one of the most interesting hobbies.
    I wish you all the best to reach your targets.

    BR, Peter

  • #3

    Brot (Monday, 05 August 2013 13:58)


  • #2

    Vlasta (Monday, 01 July 2013 12:29)

    Great site - keep up the good work

  • #1

    HARDWARECOP/ADMIN (Monday, 03 June 2013 19:50)

    1st entry - technical preview

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