In the same year i went to this 1.
In 1985 i bought this 1:
In 1986 the firm where i worked at that time was using a total new office computer, a IBM compatible PC, which i was not yet familiar with, but soon the next year, almost all in that firm had one at home.
But for gaming that time i still used the commodore.
In 1987 i bought this one also.
In the years coming after that i went mainly in using intel
DX 80486 based pc's
In 1993 i bought my first pentium based PC
After that mainly following the intel line
pentium 2 3 4
In 1995 the pentium pro:
But intel processors were not that cheap that time
so i went to AMD processor based computers
1996 AMD K5
1997 AMD K6
1999 AMD K7 the famous "athlon":
1999-2003 all sorts of AMD based computer builds
2003 Saw the light of the AMD K8
I used the opteron processor
In the years 2003-2008 i mainly used AMD
Till in 2008 i stepped back to intel and used the
Core 2 Duo E8400 up to 2011
In 2011 i bought intel sandybridge based motherboard
And the intel I5-2500K
Which i upgraded in 2012 to I7-2600K
Well thats all about my computer history.
Feel free to react, or tell about your computer systems
[Edited by jackbig, 6/4/2012 10:22:34 AM]
oops should be amiga 2000
thx for noticing dab ^^
about the g7000 yup i had that one also but totally forgot about it
Quest for the rings was a great game, takes a bit to set up, but wow it was amazing.
Also had the programming Pak, that was painful >.<
Real Question would be
Would you buy a AmigaOne 500 or x1000 (when released)?
[Edited by DABhand, 6/4/2012 10:34:56 AM]
i also remember about the g7000 and its assembler tried to get the grips with that , but never succeeded ^^
[Edited by jackbig, 6/4/2012 10:49:02 AM]
buying a amiga 500 or 1000 these days will set you back a lottttt dollars , seems that even a commodore 64 is worth a lot money
lol matter of fact i still have all the software for amiga 500 its all floppy based games utils original install floppies the whole shabang
[Edited by jackbig, 6/4/2012 10:42:33 AM]