Contribute - Help The Museum!
Make a change - donate your part of computer history to the CPU Museum.
And with your help, we are here to make it shine again, like it did many years ago. We're all in this together. Lets create a database of microprocessors to anyone in the world.
Help, if you like the CPU Museum. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
This virtual museum is free for you, and will always be!
... so that one day you may be able to visit a real CPU MUSEUM? ;)
Offer Me Processors!
Send me some CPU pics or correct my grammar mistakes!
Making a contribution to the museum not only means helping financially or submitting pictures. I also regard kind words and constructive criticism as contributions to the museum. They are, of course, greatly appreciated! If you prefer to write to me personally, please use the contact formula above. If you rather like to let other visitors see what's on your mind, please leave a comment in the guestbook :)
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Thank You ♥
- Awesome & breathtaking CPU die shots
- more than hundred of CPUs missing in the CPU MUSEUM
- Correcting mistakes on my articles
- Literally half of the museum (100% of the die photography part) and a significant part of the other part.
- CPU-Z screenshot of AMD K6-II 500 MHz
- Helpful, good picture of the AMD K6-II 450 MHz previously missing as picture!
Pavel A. Zagrebin:
- КР580ВМ80А, Soviet 8080 clone
- К1810ВМ86, Soviet 8086 clone
- KM1818BM01A, Soviet 8X300 clone
- КР1801ВМ1, Soviet PDP-11 clone
- Hosting the complete CPU museum for free and giving me the best tools to make this project perfect