Written by Robo
Saturday, 18 April 2009 17:21
Where would we be without our PCs today? Our information-hungry society is constantly being fed with new data from computers everywhere, all made possible by billions of tiny transistors working together. This section shows you what's going on inside the chips that make your computer tick.
- Intel 286
- Intel 386SX
- Intel 486SX
Three generations of Intel processors that have powered PCs from the mid-1980's till the mid-1990's.
- AMD Athlon 64
A powerful 64-bit processor made by AMD in 2003. Featuring the smallest devices shown on Tiny Transistors so far!
- DEC VS40X
A graphics card from an old professional computer made by Digital Equipment Corporation.
- Crystal CS4236
Crystal's try at a cheap sound chip for PCs in the late 1990's.