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

When it comes to computers, I disagree. Things move much faster in the PC world. 10-15 years is sometimes (but not allways) sufficient time for hardware and software to become archaic, as such, it could kind of be considered "vintage". Case and point - 8088 to 486/pentium - that period started in …

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

None of the Socket 939 CPUs have instructions to support OS beyond Windows 7. Which wasn't the first time (Slot A/early Socket A lack of SSE) or the last (Phenom II lack of proper SSE4.1) time it happened with AMD platform. This one in particular isn't critical though, because running on Windows 10 …

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