655 Chips
updated
Jul 24, 2019

CPU Grave Yard
a processor collection


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AMD (93)
AMI (2)
AT&T (1)
Apple (1)
Atmel (23)
Auctor (1)
Axis (1)
CMD (1)
Cypress (4)
Cyrix (3)
DEC (2)
Fujitsu (7)
GTE (3)
HP (9)
Harris (1)
Hitachi (11)
IBM (11)
IDT (2)
Inmos (2)
Intel (188)
Lucent (1)
MHS (2)
MOS (9)
MOSTEK (1)
Microchip (29)
Motorola (66)
NCR (1)
NEC (16)
OKI (4)
Philips (6)
RCA (2)
RDA (1)
Renesas (3)
Ricoh (2)
SGS (2)
SONiX (1)
ST (1)
STMirco (4)
Samsung (3)
Siemens (4)
Sony (8)
Sun (5)
TI (15)
Toshiba (3)
VLSI (1)
WDC (1)
Weitek (3)
Xilinx (3)
Zilog (16)
Others (37)

CPU Grave Yard is my collection of CPU / MCU / SoC / FPU

I currently have 655 chips in my collection. Allot of them are pretty common, but some are rare, and a few are extreamly rare. Some of the really rare one are Intel MD3002/C and MC3003/C. The rarest one I own is the MOS MCS6501. By court order all of these chip where required to be destroyed. There are less than 10 in existance.


One of my favorite families is the AMD AM2900. It is a bitslice processor, meaning the prossesors components are split into multiple chips. They also have the ability to be joined togetter to create a data-width as large as desired.


My larger collections

Advanced Micro Devices AMD (93)
Intel Intel (188)
Motorola Motorola (66)
DEC Alpha AXP

DEC Alpha

Server Families

SPARC
PA-RISC
DEC PDP
POWER



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