FakeOffice.org



  • So apparently the corporate VP of Microsoft Online said:

    @Ron Markezich said:

    We're not seeing any inclination that Zoho or Google or Zimbra or any
    other of those offering fake Office capabilities can replace [Microsoft
    Office]

    As a response, Zoho registered fakeoffice.org

    Here's the story according to Unixmen.

    I don't think I can't take Zoho seriously (not that I did before) after seeing that video.

    A fart? Come on, grow up.



  • @Zecc said:

    As a response, Zoho registered fakeoffice.org

    Here's the story according to Unixmen.

    FYLFY (Fixed Your Links For You)


    @Zecc said:

    I don't think I can't take Zoho seriously (not that I did before) after seeing that video.

    If you do not think you can not take it seriously, that means you're compelled to take it seriously. Double negation fail.



  • ure.



  • ... What kind of 'old pc' does that dweeb have? I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB of ram that quaintly pops up Office 07 (I shit you not) in less than 30 seconds AND it installed in about 30 mins.



  • @Indrora said:

    ... What kind of 'old pc' does that dweeb have? I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB of ram that quaintly pops up Office 07 (I shit you not) in less than 30 seconds AND it installed in about 30 mins.
    Judging by the distinctive shape of the monitor, it's a Commodore PET.



  •  I don't think I can take Zoho seriously because their name is "Zoho".

     (also known as 'Led Zeppelin IV'.)

     



  • @tdb said:

    If you do not think you can not take it seriously, that means you're compelled to take it seriously.
    Actually, it might mean I didn't put much thought into it either way. But yeah, double negation fail.

    Also, double reading fail, since I used preview, as always.



  • @Rootbeer said:

    I don't think I can take Zoho seriously because their name is "Zoho".

    (also known as 'Led Zeppelin IV'.)

    ITYM ZOSO.





  • @morbiuswilters said:

    Speaking of how hideously retarded and ugly OOo is...
    Oh, God, no.  This is awful.  What's the matter, they couldn't shove a full JVM onto the thing?  I guess this is just another example of OOo copying MS and managing to make everything worse in the process.  I can't wait for the Google mouse which will be clean and sleak at the expense of having most of the buttons.  Hmmm... there's an Apple joke in there somewhere...



  • That HAS to be a joke... the OpenOffice guys finally got a sense of humor and are joshing about their UI... right? Right? PLEASE GOD!

    sobs



  • [QUOTE] I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB [/QUOTE]
    988Mhz P what?



  • @blakeyrat said:

    That HAS to be a joke... the OpenOffice guys finally got a sense of humor and are joshing about their UI... right? Right? PLEASE GOD!

    sobs

    That's what I'm telling myself in order to prevent my brain from dribbling out of my ears and my eyes from dribbling out of their sockets.



  • @WarheadsSE said:

    [QUOTE] I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB [/QUOTE]
    988Mhz P what?
    P-e-n-t-i-u-m t-h-r-e-e. say it with me "Pentium... three...". Dell C600 laptop, just under 1.0Ghz. Runs windows 7 and Debian (and surprizingly, debian is slower than win7!)

    From PC magazine:

    @PC Magazine said:
    Specifications: 1-GHz Mobile Pentium III, 128MB RAM, 20GB hard drive, 14.1-inch 1,400-by-1,050 display. Price: $2,925 direct. Company Info: Austin, TX; 800-388-8542; www.dell.com

    see this atrocity of the old world and you can read the full specs. Its a nice machine, and it runs windows 7:

    See? It might be a 1.0 level machine, but it runs 🙂 Note that it has an 8MB video card that has WINDOWS 2K drivers for it. barely.



  • @Indrora said:

    @WarheadsSE said:
    [QUOTE] I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB [/QUOTE]
    988Mhz P what?
    P-e-n-t-i-u-m t-h-r-e-e. say it with me "Pentium... three...". Dell C600 laptop, just under 1.0Ghz. Runs windows 7 and Debian (and surprizingly, debian is slower than win7!)

    Yes, P1 is so obvious acronym for Pentium three. Not that it could be much else at that clock speed, but still.



  • @tdb said:

    @Indrora said:
    @WarheadsSE said:
    [QUOTE] I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB [/QUOTE]
    988Mhz P what?
    P-e-n-t-i-u-m t-h-r-e-e. say it with me "Pentium... three...". Dell C600 laptop, just under 1.0Ghz. Runs windows 7 and Debian (and surprizingly, debian is slower than win7!)

    Yes, P1 is so obvious acronym for Pentium three. Not that it could be much else at that clock speed, but still.

    This computer has a 2.00GHz x287.  By Indrora's fucked-up logic, it should be readily apparent that "x287" means "Intel Core 2 Duo".



  • @tdb said:

    Yes, P1 is so obvious acronym for Pentium three. Not that it could be much else at that clock speed, but still.

    Athlon?  Celeron?  PowerPC?  Hell, that one ever starts with a "P".



  • @Indrora said:

    Runs windows 7 and Debian (and surprizingly, debian is slower than win7!)

    I call shenanigans.  I have no doubt Win7 is fast, but a 1 Ghz proc is a decade old and the bare minimum supported.  Meanwhile, Debian should be pretty speedy on a 1Ghz, seeing as it has nothing approximating a modern GUI.  Of course, it's always possible you fucked something up on Debian or shoehorned KDE4 on there, but given your track record I'm going to say you making it up is most probable.



  • @tdb said:

    @Indrora said:
    @WarheadsSE said:
    [QUOTE] I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB [/QUOTE]
    988Mhz P what?
    P-e-n-t-i-u-m t-h-r-e-e. say it with me "Pentium... three...". Dell C600 laptop, just under 1.0Ghz. Runs windows 7 and Debian (and surprizingly, debian is slower than win7!)

    Yes, P1 is so obvious acronym for Pentium three. Not that it could be much else at that clock speed, but still.

    I dunno. I hear 1GHz and 384MB nowadays and I think of phones, not desktops or laptops.
    I thought it was pretty obvious that P1 was short for "ARM-based CPU"?



  • The P1 note was an honest thinko. I havent considered anything "P3" unless its got at least 2Ghz behind it.



  •  @morbiuswilters said:

    Speaking of how hideously retarded and ugly OOo is...

     

     I would rather kill myself than use that mouse... ever...



  • @TheCausticCoder said:

     @morbiuswilters said:

    Speaking of how hideously retarded and ugly OOo is...

     

     I would rather kill myself than use that mouse... ever...

    Death?  Sure.  But first: OpenOffice.org!



  • @tdb said:

    @Indrora said:
    @WarheadsSE said:
    [QUOTE] I mean I have a 988Mhz P1 with 384MB [/QUOTE]
    988Mhz P what?
    P-e-n-t-i-u-m t-h-r-e-e. say it with me "Pentium... three...". Dell C600 laptop, just under 1.0Ghz. Runs windows 7 and Debian (and surprizingly, debian is slower than win7!)
    Yes, P1 is so obvious acronym for Pentium three. Not that it could be much else at that clock speed, but still.
    Not to mention that the P1s topped out at about 300 MHz.  



  • [QUOTE user="Indrora"]The P1 note was an honest thinko. I havent considered anything "P3" unless its got at least 2Ghz behind it.[/QUOTE]

    Lets see...

    Top ends:
    P1 - 300mhz
    P2 - 450mhz
    P3 - 1.4ghz

    Really? You don't consider it a P3 class unless it's 2Ghz? fwap moron.



  • @WarheadsSE said:

    [QUOTE user="Indrora"]The P1 note was an honest thinko. I havent considered anything "P3" unless its got at least 2Ghz behind it.[/QUOTE]

    Lets see...

    Top ends:
    P1 - 300mhz
    P2 - 450mhz
    P3 - 1.4ghz

    Really? You don't consider it a P3 class unless it's 2Ghz? fwap moron.

    Maybe he's using zero-based indexing for Pentium releases.



  • @WarheadsSE said:

    [QUOTE user="Indrora"]The P1 note was an honest thinko. I havent considered anything "P3" unless its got at least 2Ghz behind it.[/QUOTE]

    Lets see...

    Top ends:
    P1 - 300mhz
    P2 - 450mhz
    P3 - 1.4ghz

    Really? You don't consider it a P3 class unless it's 2Ghz? fwap moron.

     

    "P3" is so obviously "Pentium 4" since "P1" is "Pentium 3". Makes sense to me!



  • @Zemm said:

    "P3" is so obviously "Pentium 4" since "P1" is "Pentium 3". Makes sense to me!

    Actually, my rusty memory seems to recall that Pentium was P5, Pentium Pro (and II) was P6... not sure if P7 symbol was introduced with Pentium III, 4, or even later.



  • @bannedfromcoding said:

    @Zemm said:
    "P3" is so obviously "Pentium 4" since "P1" is "Pentium 3". Makes sense to me!

    Actually, my rusty memory seems to recall that Pentium was P5, Pentium Pro (and II) was P6... not sure if P7 symbol was introduced with Pentium III, 4, or even later.
    Nah, the pentium was the 586.  Then the 686 was called Pentium II.



  • @bannedfromcoding said:

    @Zemm said:
    "P3" is so obviously "Pentium 4" since "P1" is "Pentium 3". Makes sense to me!

    Actually, my rusty memory seems to recall that Pentium was P5, Pentium Pro (and II) was P6... not sure if P7 symbol was introduced with Pentium III, 4, or even later.
    You're probably thinking of the K5 and K6, AMD's competitors to the Pentium and P2.  The K7 was better known as the Athlon.



  • <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial">Pentium</font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial">A80501, P5</font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80586, 5th Generation</font>
    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial">Pentium Overdrive</font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial">PODP5V</font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80586, 5th Generation</font>

     

    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial">Pentium</font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial">A80502, P54</font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80586, 5th Generation</font>
    <font face="Arial">Vendor</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">Manufacturer</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">First Introduction</font> <font face="Arial"> Mar 7, 1994 (90 and 100 MHz)
    Oct 10, 1994 (75 MHz)
    Mar 27, 1995 (120 MHz)
    Jun 12, 1995 (133 MHz)
    Jan 4, 1996 (150 and 166 MHz)
    Mar 4, 1996 (125, 150, and 166 MHz Overdrive)
    Jun 10, 1996 (200 MHz) </font>

     


    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial">Pentium with MMX technology</font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial">A80503, P55</font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80586, 5th Generation, MMX</font>
    <font face="Arial">Vendor</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">Manufacturer</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">First Introduction</font> <font face="Arial"> Jan 8, 1997 (166 and 200 MHz, 150 MHz TCP)
    Mar 3, 1997 (125, 150, and 166 MHz Overdrive)
    May 19, 1997 (133 MHz TCP)
    Jun 2, 1997 (233 MHz)
    Aug 4, 1997 (180 and 200 MHz Overdrive)
    Sep 8, 1997 (200 and 233 MHz TCP)
    Jan 12, 1998 (266 MHz TCP)
    Oct 13, 1998 (166 and 266 MHz embedded)
    Jan 7, 1999 (300 MHz TCP) </font>

    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial">Pentium Pro</font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial">A80521, P6</font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80686, 6th Generation</font>
    <font face="Arial">Typical Power</font> <font face="Arial"> 150 MHz, 256 KB L2 Cache: 23.0 W
    166 MHz, 512 KB L2 Cache: 27.5 W
    180 MHz, 256 KB L2 Cache: 24.8 W
    200 MHz, 256 KB L2 Cache: 27.3 W
    200 MHz, 512 KB L2 Cache: 32.6 W
    200 MHz, 1 MB L2 Cache: 43.0 W </font>
    <font face="Arial">Maximum Power</font> <font face="Arial"> 150 MHz, 256 KB L2 Cache: 29.2 W
    166 MHz, 512 KB L2 Cache: 35.0 W
    180 MHz, 256 KB L2 Cache: 31.7 W
    200 MHz, 256 KB L2 Cache: 35.0 W
    200 MHz, 512 KB L2 Cache: 37.9 W
    200 MHz, 1 MB L2 Cache: 47.0 W </font>

    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial">Pentium II Overdrive</font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial">POPD66X333</font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font>

    <font face="Arial">80686, 6th Generation, MMX</font>

    <font face="Arial">CPU Core Speed</font> <font face="Arial">333 Mhz</font>


    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial"> Celeron, Celeron A (Low End)
    Pentium II (Mid Range)
    Pentium II PE (Mobile)
    Xeon (High End) </font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial"> A80522, Klamath (0.28 µm)
    A80523, Deschutes (0.25 µm)
    Tonga (0.25 µm mobile)
    Covington (no On-Die L2 Cache)
    Mendocino (128 KB On-Die L2 Cache)
    Dixon (256 KB On-Die L2 Cache) </font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80686, 6th Generation, MMX</font>
    <font face="Arial">Vendor</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">Manufacturer</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">First Introduction</font> <font face="Arial"> Feb 7, 1997 (super-cooled 400 MHz Pentium II 0.35 µm demo)
    May 7, 1997 (233, 266, and 300 MHz Pentium II)
    Jan 26, 1998 (333 MHz Pentium II)
    Apr 2, 1998 (233 and 266 MHz Mobile Pentium II)
    Apr 15, 1998 (350 and 400 MHz Pentium II, 266 MHz Celeron)
    Jun 8, 1998 (300 MHz Celeron)
    Jun 29, 1998 (400 MHz 512KB L2 Xeon)
    Aug 24, 1998 (450 MHz Pentium II, 300 and 333 MHz Celeron A)
    Sep 9, 1998 (300 MHz Mobile Pentium II)
    Oct 6, 1998 (450 MHz 512 KB L2 Xeon)
    Jan 4, 1999 (366 and 400 MHz Celeron A)
    Jan 4, 1999 (366 and 400 MHz Celeron A PPGA)
    Jan 5, 1999 (450 MHz 1MB/2MB L2 Xeon)
    Jan 25, 1999 (266..366 MHz Mobile Pentium II PE)
    Jan 25, 1999 (266..366 MHz Mobile Pentium II PE BGA)
    Jan 25, 1999 (266 and 300 MHz Mobile Celeron A BGA)
    Mar 22, 1999 (433 MHz Celeron A)
    Mar 22, 1999 (433 MHz Celeron A PPGA)
    Apr 5, 1999 (333 MHz Mobile Celeron A BGA)
    Apr 26, 1999 (466 MHz Celeron A PPGA)
    May 17, 1999 (366 MHz Mobile Celeron A BGA and µPGA)
    Jun 14, 1999 (400 MHz Mobile Celeron A and Mobile Pentium II PE)
    Aug 2, 1999 (500 MHz Celeron A PPGA)
    Sep 15, 1999 (433 and 466 MHz Mobile Celeron A)
    Jan 4, 2000 (533 MHz Celeron A PPGA) </font>

    <font face="Arial">Name</font> <font face="Arial"> Celeron (Low End)
    Pentium III (Mid Range)
    Xeon (High End) </font>
    <font face="Arial">Codename</font> <font face="Arial"> A80525, Katmai (0.25 µm Pentium III)
    Tanner (0.25 µm Xeon)
    A80526, Coppermine (0.18 µm Celeron and Pentium III)
    Cascades (0.18 µm Xeon)
    Geyserville (SpeedStep Technology)
    A80530, Tualatin (0.13 µm Celeron and Pentium III) </font>
    <font face="Arial">Family/Generation</font> <font face="Arial">80686, 6th Generation, MMX, SSE</font>
    <font face="Arial">Vendor</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">Manufacturer</font> <font face="Arial">Intel</font>
    <font face="Arial">First Introduction</font> <font face="Arial"> Feb 23, 1999 (super-cooled 1002 MHz Pentium III 0.25 µm demo)
    Feb 26, 1999 (450 and 500 MHz Pentium III)
    Mar 17, 1999 (500 and 550 MHz 512 KB/1MB/2MB Xeon)
    May 17, 1999 (550 MHz Pentium III)
    Aug 2, 1999 (600 MHz Pentium III)
    Sep 27, 1999 (533B and 600B MHz Pentium III)
    Oct 25, 1999 (600E, 650E, and 700E MHz Pentium III)
    Oct 25, 1999 (533EB, 667EB, and 733EB MHz Pentium III)
    Oct 25, 1999 (500E and 550E MHz Pentium III FC-PGA)
    Oct 25, 1999 (600EB, 667EB, and 733EB MHz Xeon)
    Oct 25, 1999 (400E, 450E, and 500E MHz mobile Pentium III)
    Dec 12, 1999 (750E, 800E, and 800EB MHz Pentium III)
    Jan 12, 2000 (800EB MHz Xeon)
    Jan 18, 2000 (600E and 650E MHz mobile Pentium III *)
    Jan 18, 2000 (low power 500E MHz mobile Pentium III)
    Feb 14, 2000 (450E and 500E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Feb 14, 2000 (low power 400E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Feb 15, 2000 (600E and 600EB MHz Pentium III FC-PGA)
    Feb 15, 2000 (low power 400E MHz Pentium III)
    Mar 8, 2000 (1000EB MHz Pentium III)
    Mar 13, 2000 (866EB MHz Xeon)
    Mar 20, 2000 (850E and 866EB MHz Pentium III)
    Mar 29, 2000 (566E and 600E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    Apr 24, 2000 (550E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Apr 24, 2000 (700E MHz mobile Pentium III *)
    May 22, 2000 (700A MHz Xeon)
    May 23, 2000 (700E and 733EB MHz Pentium III FC-PGA)
    May 24, 2000 (933EB MHz Pentium III, FC-PGA, and Xeon)
    Jun 19, 2000 (750E MHz mobile Pentium III *)
    Jun 19, 2000 (600E MHz mobile Pentium III LV *)
    Jun 19, 2000 (600E and 650E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Jun 19, 2000 (500E MHz mobile Celeron LV)
    Jun 26, 2000 (633E, 667E, and 700E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    Jul 31, 2000 (1133EB MHz Pentium III)
    Aug 8, 2000 (1000EB MHz Xeon)
    Sep 25, 2000 (800E and 850E MHz mobile Pentium III *)
    Sep 25, 2000 (700E mobile Celeron)
    Nov 13, 2000 (733E and 766E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    Jan 3, 2001 (800E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    Jan 30, 2001 (500E MHz mobile Pentium III ULV *)
    Jan 30, 2001 (500E MHz mobile Celeron ULV)
    Feb 27, 2001 (700E MHz mobile Pentium III LV *)
    Mar 19, 2001 (900E and 1000E MHz mobile Pentium III *)
    Mar 19, 2001 (750E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Mar 21, 2001 (low power 700E MHz Pentium III FC-PGA)
    Mar 21, 2001 (900A MHz Xeon)
    Apr 9, 2001 (850E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    May 21, 2001 (600E MHz mobile Pentium III ULV *)
    May 21, 2001 (750E MHz mobile Pentium III LV *)
    May 21, 2001 (600E MHz mobile Celeron ULV)
    May 21, 2001 (600E MHz mobile Celeron LV)
    May 21, 2001 (800E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Jul 2, 2001 (900E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    Jul 2, 2001 (850E MHz mobile Celeron)
    Jul 30, 2001 (866B/667B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm*)
    Jul 30, 2001 (933B/733B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm*)
    Jul 30, 2001 (1000B/733B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm*)
    Jul 30, 2001 (1066B/733B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm*)
    Jul 30, 2001 (1133B/733B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm*)
    Aug 31, 2001 (950E, 1000E, and 1100E MHz Celeron FC-PGA)
    Oct 1, 2001 (700/300 MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Oct 1, 2001 (750/450 MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm*)
    Oct 1, 2001 (800/500 MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm*)
    Oct 1, 2001 (733B/466B MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm*)
    Oct 1, 2001 (800B/533B MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm*)
    Oct 1, 2001 (1200B/800B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm*)
    Oct 1, 2001 (650 MHz mobile Celeron LV 0.13 µm
    Oct 1, 2001 (733EB MHz mobile Celeron)
    Oct 1, 2001 (800EB MHz mobile Celeron)
    Oct 1, 2001 (866EB MHz mobile Celeron)
    Oct 1, 2001 (900EB MHz mobile Celeron)
    Oct 1, 2001 (933EB MHz mobile Celeron)
    Oct 2, 2001 (1200 MHz Celeron 0.13 µm FC-PGA)
    Nov 13, 2001 (700 MHz ultra-dense server Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm)
    Jan 3, 2002 (1300 MHz Celeron 0.13 µm FC-PGA)
    Jan 8, 2002 (1400 MHz Pentium III 0.13 µm)
    Jan 21, 2002 (750/350 MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Jan 21, 2002 (850/500 MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm*)
    Jan 21, 2002 (866/533B MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm*)
    Jan 21, 2002 (650 MHz mobile Celeron ULV 0.13 µm)
    Jan 21, 2002 (1066 MHz mobile Celeron 0.13 µm)
    Jan 21, 2002 (1133 MHz mobile Celeron 0.13 µm)
    Jan 21, 2002 (1200 MHz mobile Celeron 0.13 µm)
    Mar 19, 2002 (800B MHz ultra-dense server Pentium III LV 0.13 µm)
    Apr 17, 2002 (800/400 MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Apr 17, 2002 (800/400B MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Apr 17, 2002 (933/533B MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Apr 17, 2002 (733 MHz mobile Celeron LV 0.13 µm)
    Apr 17, 2002 (1000 MHz mobile Celeron 0.13 µm)
    May 15, 2002 (1400 MHz Celeron 0.13 µm FC-PGA)
    Jun 24, 2002 (1333 MHz mobile Celeron 0.13 µm)
    Sep 16, 2002 (700 and 733B MHz mobile Celeron ULV 0.13 µm)
    Sep 16, 2002 (850/400 MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm)
    Sep 16, 2002 (866/400B MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm)
    Sep 16, 2002 (1000/533B MHz mobile Pentium III LV 0.13 µm)
    Sep 16, 2002 (1266/800B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm)
    Sep 16, 2002 (1300/800B MHz mobile Pentium III 0.13 µm)
    Jan 14, 2003 (900/400 MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Jan 14, 2003 (933/400B MHz mobile Pentium III ULV 0.13 µm*)
    Jan 14, 2003 (800B MHz mobile Celeron ULV 0.13 µm)
    Jan 14, 2003 (866B MHz mobile Celeron LV 0.13 µm)
    Apr 16, 2003 (1266B MHz mobile Celeron 0.13 µm)</font>


    yeah, I'm bored at 5.27 am


  • Thanks, Marius.

    And no, I meant Intel, deriving from many mentions of the "P5 architecture" and "P6 architecture" in old materials. I never was into AMD enough to know the K-symbols.

    Weak-o-pedia seems to agree, not that it means anything...

    • The P6 microarchitecture is the sixth generation Intel x86 microarchitecture, implemented by the Pentium Pro microprocessor that was introduced in November 1995. It is sometimes referred to as i686.(...)The P6 core was the sixth generation Intel microprocessor in the x86 space. The first implementation of the P6 core was the Pentium Pro CPU in 1995, the immediate successor to the original Pentium design (P5).
    • The Intel NetBurst Microarchitecture, called P68 inside Intel, was the successor to the P6 microarchitecture in the x86 family of CPUs made by Intel. (...) NetBurst is sometimes referred to as the Intel P7, Intel 80786, or i786 microarchitecture when comparing to previous generations. These are not official names; P7 was in fact used internally at Intel for what became the Itanium microarchitecture.
    • The Intel Core microarchitecture (previously known as the Intel Next-Generation Micro-Architecture, or NGMA) is a multi-core processor microarchitecture unveiled by Intel in Q1 2006. It is based around an updated version of the Yonah core and could be considered the latest iteration of the Intel P6 microarchitecture, which traces its history back to the Pentium Pro introduced in 1995.



  • @bannedfromcoding said:

    The Intel NetBurst Microarchitecture, called P68 inside Intel...

    I think they jumped ahead a bit with their numbering there.



  •  What's this thread even about anymore?



  • The 988Mhz P1 with 384MB of ram, duh!


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