The Big Ol` Computer Hardware Chart [Big Pic]

Submitted by: half-a-life 4 years ago in Tech

One would assume this is like Hustler Magazine for computer geeks.
There are 31 comments:
Male 2,592
The one computer I`m emotionally attached to, uses PDIF sockets for its CPU and RAM.
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Male 1,569
fap fap fap
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Male 661
For a bloke who hasn`t the cash for the newest and best, this is exactly what I need for piecing together my Frankencomputer.

Thanks for the post.
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Female 12
this chart is already outdated..move along now!
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Male 1,243
That was a good picture.. i saved it as my desktop but then realized i couldnt see my icons, so i saved it as a jpg on my desktop!
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Male 2,376
mehh usefull i guess, if your into building old computers.. i only care about the latest and greatest tho.. and really, if you cant figure it out without a chart i highly doubt your computer is going to work anyways
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Male 735
saved
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Male 197
Duh.
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Male 1,243
This is a keeper!
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Male 5,413
This is pretty good picture. :)
Should really put a purple PS/2 is also purple.
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Male 98
I`ll be the honest one here and admit I know nothing about hardware.
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Male 151
This poster should be mandatory in every computer store on the planet.
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Male 2,860
I remember most of these coming out, I`m old :(
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Male 38
I think I might have made a nerd mess in my trousers
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Male 165
Motherf`in ISA in this bitch.
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Male 928
It is actually weird to see all of this information in one place where you can easily compare the changes in technology. I am familiar with around 85% of these but I have also been building computers for quite a while. I remember the amd socket 7s exploding back when that socket was standard lol. They have come a long ways since then.
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Male 3,631
Wow - DIPP memory. Never even heard of it.
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Male 6,737
What the drat is this poo?
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Male 15,832
Looks like the junk box in my garage, and just about as well ordered.
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Male 202
oh baby, thats what i like to see. . .lol
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Male 4,746
No wonder my head is so full.
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Female 3,562
Study and memorize this and you too can be a computer engineer.
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Male 2,172
This is especially usefull for people who want to make custom modded computer cases.

*Points to himself*
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Male 15,510
This surely needs some upgrading in the info

"Future - USB A 3.0"

This is what the USB 3.0 port looks like
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Male 251
@GeFeldz I agree. I really like what Intel is up to now though. I think they learned a decent lesson there, and it didn`t break them. Of course, now that I say that, they`ll probably end up doing something horrible again soon.
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Male 251
Pic is over 4 years old. Most of the stuff on here is ancient as far as tech is concerned. Kinda neat seeing them all next to each other I guess.
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Male 135
I`ve had a number of these, but mostly when they were just being obsoleted. If you`ve had most of these when they were new, you`ve had a lot of money over the years and maybe not as much common sense. RDRAM, RAMBUS or RAMBUST as it became known, I`m looking at you. Someone had way too much influnce at Intel and they were forced to go with RDRAM, because they invested and planned heavily with it, while the real world performance suffered greatly. AMD wouldn`t have had nearly the impact they did with the later socket 462 Athlons if Intel had also gone with the real-world superiour DDR memory as opposed to the overhyped megalatency RambusT they did, with their obviously flawed first generation socket 423 Pentium 4s. It was embarrasing watching benchmarks of the "old" coppermine P3s owning the new and VERY expensive socket 423 P4s even with the awful rambus forcefully attached to the P3s to give them the worst fighting position possible. And that`s not even MENTIONING the price o
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Female 1,478
Oh..kay.
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Male 151
I see... someone has been lurking on /g/
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Male 1,249
So many slots....

fap fap fap
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Male 254
Link: The Big Ol` Computer Hardware Chart [Big Pic] [Rate Link] - One would assume this is like Hustler Magazine for computer geeks.
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