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CPU DB like IMDB for Microprocessors

If you’re interested in the history of microprocessors, the CPU DB at Stanford is a massive database of microprocessors that covers everything from code names to speed to processor families. Play with their visuals or download the entire database and make your own.

CPU DB [Stanford.edu]

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  • Published 04/9/12

Comments (2)

  1. bartman2589

    While not a ‘history’ site, I find the CPU World site (http://www.cpu-world.com/) to be indispensable for finding statistics for processors.

  2. ¥en

    What about cpuworld.com? :(
    They have quite an impressive archive…. you should check it out!! :)

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