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Re: 16-bit ISA EGA card?

I would say that EGA had a long life. The problem was when it was king as a standard, it was expensive, and could only get around some color limitations on a CGA TTL monitor, unless you wanted to buy a more expensive EGA TTL monitor (and RAM expansion, which is even more money). EGA got more use …

Re: What vintage CPU socket saw the biggest increase in CPU horsepower from release to retirement?

Here comes the ultra-scientific MHz comparison. Let's make this quick and easy. All chips that fit in a socket without an adapter are included. Official, real rated clock speeds only (no overclocking / downclocking / fake parts / PR speeds). Single core comparison. Socket 7: 75 MHz to 570 MHz === 7. …

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