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Long-time Slashdot reader alaskana writes: In late 2022 it was revealed that early samples of what was to be the "Pentium 5" processor...

 

Sounds like you'd like an upgrade though.

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9 hours ago, iamjanco said:

 

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Long-time Slashdot reader alaskana writes: In late 2022 it was revealed that early samples of what was to be the "Pentium 5" processor...

 

Sounds like you'd like an upgrade though.

Boy they could almost have had the Pentium 6 out by now. I think they're just downright dawdling on their releases.

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I still don't like the fact that they are taking away my nanometers. I mean Pentium 4 started out with 180nm and then towards the end was all the way down to 65nm. That is quite the rip off!

 

I hear they are barely giving you 10nm these days!

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Jokes on you! 

 

Pentium 5 was released the same year they invented time travel. Realized it was too powerful for this timeline. 

 

Went back in time and put the chips on the voyager ships. Interstellar space now. And to think, some dumb alien is gonna get the Pentium 5 in their hands. 

 

All that power. What a waste. Stupid aliens. 

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1 hour ago, Sir Beregond said:

I still don't like the fact that they are taking away my nanometers. I mean Pentium 4 started out with 180nm and then towards the end was all the way down to 65nm. That is quite the rip off!

 

I hear they are barely giving you 10nm these days!

I love you guys so much, you all get my humor.

 

I still have a P4 prescott sitting in my junk drawer to this day. All the nanometers!

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4 hours ago, GanjaSMK said:

Jokes on you! 

 

Pentium 5 was released the same year they invented time travel. Realized it was too powerful for this timeline. 

 

Went back in time and put the chips on the voyager ships. Interstellar space now. And to think, some dumb alien is gonna get the Pentium 5 in their hands. 

 

All that power. What a waste. Stupid aliens. 

God, no wonder Voyager comes back as V'Ger in the 23rd century.

 

 

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/me laughs maniacally with 350nm AMD K6.  They're not taking away MY nanometers!!!!  🤣

 

What's even better, my CPU is literally worth its weight in gold!  🤣🤣🤣

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