[Scottish] processors

Mitchell Hagerty mitchell.hagerty at gmail.com
Tue Nov 14 21:56:46 GMT 2006

Hey Georgia,

Don't count out the 8088 and 80186, You can find an 88 in IBM ATs  
(often recycled as electric gate controllers) and the 186 was  
primarily used in printers. Find a printer from the mid-80's you've  
probably found a 186.

Good hunting.

On Nov 14, 2006, at 9:13 PM, Georgia Thomson wrote:

> Hi everyone.  just checking if any of you have any of the following
> processors lying in your boxes o' bits.  myself and a friend are  
> doing a
> similar project and are collecitng pentium CPUs, I'm also  
> collecting older
> x86 CPUs.  there's beer tokens and / or beer waiting.
> here's the list of what we currently need between us
> 2x P60, 2x P66, 2x P75, 1x P90, 1x P100, 2x P120, 2x P150, 2x P166,  
> 2x P200
> (all non mmx if poss)
> I'm also looking to give a home to any 286, 386 and 486 chips you  
> have lying
> around.
> thanks
> Georgia
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