Reply 20 of 66, by debs3759
Horun wrote on 2021-01-13, 03:50:
I only collect what I need. Am not some cpu whore who has to every release of every version and sub version. To me that is a bit silly like the cat lady that needs every feral cat in the city in her home.
Curious ? so if you have some 1000+ cpu's do you also have 1000+ boards they work on or are you just buying and hoarding cpu's because you can and are trying to make some museum ?
Just curious and is only my opinion that if you collect more than you can use and are not making a museum then maybe you in it for the wrong reasons... Just my opinion.
Yeah, I'm a hardware whore. I also have around 150 motherboards and over 500 graphics cards, including an original Hercules card and an ET 1000.
Why do people collect anything? By your logic, it's weird to collect anything 😀
My goal is to finish writing software to test and optimise everything, potentially writing an OS and gui that will work on it all, if I get that far before I go senile. My boot sector works, and I wrote a working windowing library, I just need to finish the glue that connects them together. Being housebound due to poor health, I needed a hobby, and kinda got obsessed with x86 computers somewhere down the line 😀
See my graphics card database at www.gpuzoo.com
Constantly being worked on. Feel free to message me with any corrections or details of cards you would like me to research and add.