First post, by Intel486dx33
I am going to build a 1st generation Pentium 90 megahertz computer.
This is the CPU that came in like a WREAKING Ball and Changed the Game in the Computer Industry.
It OBLITERATED the Competition with its Inexpensive price compared to UNIX computers.
It was also easy to use with Windows 95, NT 4.0, IBM OS/2, Linux, Sun Solaris x86, x86 UNIX, Novell, etc.
It had allot of Supported Operating systems, Databases, Server Clusters, and Hardware.
You could use it to run a Home computer, Business workstation, Business Server, Company Database, Internet database,
Web host server, Print Server, Anti-Virus Database, HP Openview Server, Oracle Server, Hard drive imaging server, Nortons Network hard drive image server, Backup Server,
A Server for performing remote network installs Nation wide, Network the World with Windows NT, The 1st CPU that Microsoft used Main stream to Network the World using Windows 3.11, 95 and NT 351 and NT 4.0. Just about every computer operated machine ran the Pentium CPU back in 1990’s
It was Highly recommended for its Performance, price, support, and reliability.
This CPU could do it all back in 1995-thru-2000
It could run all the Software, Games, Databases, Webservers, Network Servers, Nation Wide Networks, World Wide Networks.
It was the Game Changer that came in like a WREAKING BALL and Dominated the Computer industry within a few years of its release.
It put allot of UNIX computer companies out of Business with their RISC CPU machines.
And Apple with its Motorola CPU’s could not compete.
This is the CPU that Forced Apple to Switch to the Intel CPU because Apple was losing sales and wanted support from the PC and UNIX community and industries.
I am using the Pentium 90 because this was all the CPU Performance you needed back in 1997 to do Everything I listed above.
The Pentium 90 and 100 was the Work Horse of American Businesses back before 1998 but was still a good CPU up until Windows-2000
We use to push this CPU to its limits and Squeeze every bit of performance out of it.