486 DX2 66MHz

It’s amazing that my second PC was considered to be quite a powerful machine during its time… It was “revolutionary” in the sense that this was the first class of Intel processors released to the mainstream where the math coprocessor was combined with the main processor. Previously the math coprocessors had to be bought separately.

Fast forward to today, 2 cores are already common while 4 cores are probably looming on the horizon for the mainstream…

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