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What processor are you using?


Posted by Yaba on Aug 1 2004
Intel IA3232%32%32% 32%
Intel IA641%1%1% 1%
32 Bit AMD53%53%53% 53%
64 Bit AMD8%8%8% 8%
32 Bit Power CPU2%2%2% 2%
64 Bit Power CPU1%1%1% 1%
Sparc1%1%1% 1%
PA-RISC0%0%0% 0%
My cluster has a lot of different CPUs3%3%3% 3%
Other1%1%1% 1%
Votes: 2575
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 AMD rules the world!

 
 by jmboris on: Aug 1 2004
 
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thanks AMD :)


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 Different ones ;)

 
 by Sudonix on: Aug 2 2004
 
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I've just realized I have a bunch of machines which I all use from time to time with quite different architectures:

m68k(68000 and 68LC40), both are old Powerbooks, not networked(yet, but will be soon)

MIPS(Agenda VR3)

ARM(Zaurus SL5500)

AMD64(Athlon64 3000+) - this one I use about 80% of the time, it also serves very well as an NFS server(home directories as well some extra storage) to the rest

Regular AMD - Athlon 1200

Lastly, there is an older Celeron 300 in the closet, a newer Celeron near the TV, and other things like 486DX33, K6 and Cyrixes lying over the place :)

That's all I can think of so far, though there's a remote possibility a Sparc would join them this year :) Surely someone would have a more diverse environment?


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 32 bit power CPU

 
 by MDonoughe on: Aug 2 2004
 
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Why don't any 32-bit users power there CPU's?


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 Re: 64 bit power CPU

 
 by MDonoughe on: Aug 2 2004
 
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That's 64, not 32. Only 2% of 32-bit users power their CPU.


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 Re: 32 bit power CPU

 
 by t3knomanser on: Aug 5 2004
 
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What is powering your CPU? Voltage overclocking, or something similar?


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 Re: Re: 32 bit power

 
 by MDonoughe on: Aug 5 2004
 
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Most CPU's don't run unless you supply them some power.


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 Re: Re: Re: 32 bit p

 
 by t3knomanser on: Aug 5 2004
 
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Amazing that.

When I saw the survey, I was assuming they meant PPC chips, but then people were saying things like "Only 2% of 32-bit users power their CPU", which made me think they were talking something completely different.

And, if only 2% of people do it to their computer, then it's probably dangerous, stupid, and hopefully technical.


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 Not enough CPU's ...

 
 by Smurphy on: Aug 2 2004
 
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Well - having 4 different types of CPU's - I think, multiple choice should have been enabled.

Gaming: Intel Athlon 2400 XP
Dev. Workstation: Via C3 Nemiah 10000 1GHz
Server: Via Ezra 533MHz
Wife: Intel Celeron 900MHz
Wife 2: Intel PII 233MHz
Subnotebook: Intel 486DX2-50 MHz(Terminal)

And now ? Which one should I register ?


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 Re: Not enough CPU's ...

 
 by Yaba on: Aug 2 2004
 
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All of them.

You have 3 Intel IA32

One 32 Bit AMD

and one that falls under 'other'.


To mess up a Linux box, you need to work at it; to mess up your Windows box, you just need to work on it.
- Scott Granneman, Security Focus

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 Re: Not enough CPU's

 
 by h1k3r on: Aug 2 2004
 
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You have two wives???
I would register both of them ;)


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 Re: Re: Not enough C

 
 by maitre on: Aug 2 2004
 
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two wives? gotta be a mormon linux user from utah.


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 Re: Re: Re: Not enou

 
 by surfg on: Aug 5 2004
 
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come to think of it, that wouldn't be so bad.


windows on a mac? who the hell would want to do that?
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 multiple ones

 
 by surfg on: Aug 3 2004
 
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Main: Apple G5
Gaming: AMD opteron
Notebook 1:Apple Powerbook G4
Notebook 2:AMD 64
Servers:3 G5, 2 AMD 64, 4 intel xeon
Work: HP-RISC Machine

So what do i enter again?


windows on a mac? who the hell would want to do that?
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 Re: multiple ones

 
 by butterfree on: Aug 3 2004
 
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Main: P4: 3.03 OC
2nd: celeron 800
compare the difference


Not Always more expensive is better, see windoze... Now I get it
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 Re: Re: multiple one

 
 by surfg on: Aug 3 2004
 
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lol. difference. definite difference.


windows on a mac? who the hell would want to do that?
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 Dualies?

 
 by Camyman on: Aug 4 2004
 
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Anyone using dual processors? im running 2 Intel P-3's at 1 GHz each (almost, there 933mHz) and 512 mb ram


M$ bist fur zuruck bleiben, so habe ich SuSE Linux!
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 Re: Dualies?

 
 by surfg on: Aug 4 2004
 
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yea. my servers are all duals, my work machine is a quad, and everything else but the notebook is dual.


windows on a mac? who the hell would want to do that?
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 Re: Re: Dualies?

 
 by surfg on: Aug 4 2004
 
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notebooks, my mistake.


windows on a mac? who the hell would want to do that?
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