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#4
no. there never was a 386MHz chip.
386 is a processor design family, as is the 486, and the Pentiums (586, 686) they stopped using numbers so the could register the names

anyone who knows alittle about hardware would know what they meant.
 
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DeepBlade

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#7
hahaheahe.....
of course a 386 computer isn't 386mhz
if it were, then we'd be a lot father in technology than we are now.....

my commodore comp was.....
8mhz?
20 mb HD?
1 mb RAM?

but it suuuure was fun playing mech warrior 1, u guys remember that game?
 
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M1ke

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#8
i dont think your idiots but he thinks he knows what he's talking about so i had to correct him lol
 
#12
Why did the cases have that switch for so long anyway? Last time I used one was my 386DX33 (speedy one!). I've seen these buttons on PII cases!
 
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paul_43

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#13
oh... I though 386 was 386 mhz.. ^_^ .... is "intel" a soft drink brand?? microsoft must be a type of muffin... is "sun" very bright?? Oracle must be some kind of god's agent...
 
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paul_43

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#17
I had some microsoft for breakfast this morning... I feel sick now.. maybe it crashed in my stomache... :>
 

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