PC Parts That Disappeared

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Pvshka
Pvshka

I still have that Pentium from the thumbnail.

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Pvshka
Pvshka

Also some other "antiques" 600 Mhz Duron, NVidia Riva 128, and ATI Rage IIc

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Brady
Brady

I still have a slot based Pentium III 😎 And I used to have a couple BTX Dells haha!

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Alcoholic Nerd
Alcoholic Nerd

Should've added cd/dvd/whatever drives. These days I just have drive bay drawers in those slots to store stuff like sd cards and adaptors, various usb devices, etc. They are actually very useful since I haven't used an actual drive of that type in any build for like 16+ years so it's a great use for the unused space.

2 dagen geleden
Clint M
Clint M

zip/jazz drives

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Jiří Štefka
Jiří Štefka

I had slotted pentiumiii

2 dagen geleden
Gerry Conner
Gerry Conner

I thought I'd see AGP slot on here. Those became obsolete for GPUs once PCI-e came out.

2 dagen geleden
Juan Diego Pinillos
Juan Diego Pinillos

Firewire cards, 3dfx gpus, 5 1/4 and 3.5 floppy disk drives, zip drives, minilaser disc drives, joystick cards, crt screens, those old "turbo" buttons, scsi drives...

3 dagen geleden
meo meo
meo meo

I have some slot based cpus same 1 you showed The 1 and 3

4 dagen geleden
Little Mac is Underrated
Little Mac is Underrated

Wasted silicon? Like that’ll ever be a problem….

5 dagen geleden
Packrat
Packrat

Heh. If you wanna cover it...it's probably on a rack in my house. >_>

7 dagen geleden
Packrat
Packrat

/me eyes the Slot A athlon sitting in the corner...

7 dagen geleden
Joshua Paladino
Joshua Paladino

Rip Linus Sebastian's spiky hair and babyface. Lol the lesbian look of the early 2000s is finally Dead and Gone

8 dagen geleden
DrakenARTZsteam
DrakenARTZsteam

Still got a Slot-CPU machine around, not sure if it still works but those were the 'non-standard-days' :D

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SilentGuy
SilentGuy

I’d like to see slotted CPU form factors again using modern manufacturing. You could dedicate more space on the actual processor die to raw processing power and then have beefy large caches off to the side. Heat management would take some adjustment but I imagine it wouldn’t be much harder than what goes on in a high end graphics card

11 dagen geleden
davkdavk
davkdavk

RDRAM was shit. I was on an Athlon XP with DDR back in those days

11 dagen geleden
davkdavk
davkdavk

I have about 8 x PII in a box in my shed

11 dagen geleden
Alex
Alex

Honestly, this list could go on for 20 hours and I'd watch it.

11 dagen geleden
Zonda
Zonda

Souldurd

12 dagen geleden
Ass Whole
Ass Whole

Why do they try to turn everything into comedy on this channel?

13 dagen geleden
chouaib sam
chouaib sam

IR data transfer modules was the shit when some phones supported it

13 dagen geleden
DJ Clarke
DJ Clarke

I've still got one of those Pentium 2 processors

17 dagen geleden
maidenmadness1
maidenmadness1

What's up with the soyboy thumbnails yall look like that meme of the guy who's wife's boyfriend bought him a PS5

21 dag geleden
Navrooppreetsingh Sandhu
Navrooppreetsingh Sandhu

epic fails of hard drives

21 dag geleden
YamiGenesis
YamiGenesis

I would love to see more like this. I actually found a Slotted Cpu at a yardsale once and I was so intrigued that I bought it from him for 50 cents. cause why not. It's cool

22 dagen geleden
Draken Fireen
Draken Fireen

i have alot of those RDram, i used to service office desktops that uses em, i also have blanks cards since RDram requires ALL solts to be filled or else they will not work, Dell were the biggest supporters of the ram as HP jumped onto em at the very late and regretted it since. oh i have a few slot cpu's off my dead Compaq and many old dell optiplex g1a, despite there criticism, these still works to this day and soo rugged

22 dagen geleden
James W. Simmons
James W. Simmons

I do believe I have some OCZ rdram somewhere around here, its gold in color and strangely compatible and definitely un- killable. Its the memory I learned about memory with LOL.

22 dagen geleden
winter moon
winter moon

failed tech: apple's brain-dead invention of the butterfly keyboard.

23 dagen geleden
Cryptid Dating Sim
Cryptid Dating Sim

Anti radiation screens for CRT monitors. Remember that nonsense?

23 dagen geleden
FreshAppleSlices
FreshAppleSlices

i've never once heard someone say soldered like at 0:34 😅

23 dagen geleden
Flowy
Flowy

eSATA and USB Mini/Micro-A. Never saw them in my whole life and I think they dont exist anymore

23 dagen geleden
Palatable Platypus
Palatable Platypus

Damn you're making me feel old with the way you talk about those P2 era CPU cards.

23 dagen geleden
John Wascavage
John Wascavage

I had forgotten about RDRAM.

24 dagen geleden
SlendyDie
SlendyDie

In my school we had a lot of Pentium II's. Putting them in was so fun.

24 dagen geleden
XDM Studios
XDM Studios

I remember back in the day WISHING that slotted cpus would become the standard. I believed that it could "remove the necessity of constant motherboard changes" with a unified config each year until the motherboard became the bottleneck. I also HATED delicate CPU pins🤣

24 dagen geleden
l0ud5p34k4
l0ud5p34k4

Early Power Macintosh from around the same time also had their processors on a daughtercard. PowerPC 604 up to the early G3.

25 dagen geleden
xorkatoss
xorkatoss

lol bro Imagine if they make slotted CPUs now in 2021, we will be easily reaching 100+ cores on consumer CPUs xD

25 dagen geleden
henrik jonassen
henrik jonassen

is it just me, or was that an =3 reference at the end there?

26 dagen geleden
pottyputter05
pottyputter05

I remember the btx setup, I had one and even had a capture card with a tuner, remote and even s video.

26 dagen geleden
The Punisher
The Punisher

I know all of these and many more, as i am PC parts/ computers collector, so i see them on daily basis... Slot CPUs are one of my favorites, as the whole system have slots only, and no socket... There were similar systems like one of my Compaq DeskPro 486, where these is nothing on the motherboard, the CPU and RAM are on add on cards, not on the motherboard... Also the notorious IDE standard is gone as well, PS/2 still can be seen on some motherboards, ISA is gone, and PCI slots are gone too... Ofc i dont talk about industrial boards, where u can still find obsolute stuff such as PS/2, COM ports, Game port, Printer port and others..

26 dagen geleden
Niek Joosten
Niek Joosten

I remember my 486’s IDE controller was on a separate ISA expansion card.

27 dagen geleden
KamoGaming [ かも]
KamoGaming [ かも]

putting juicero next to those others is a disservice to them since they were trying to be innovative while juicero was just shit from the get go

27 dagen geleden
Tyler doop
Tyler doop

DO ANOTHER

28 dagen geleden
alpha51k *
alpha51k *

Haha I have a Pentium II

28 dagen geleden
Tyro
Tyro

"soul-der-ed"

28 dagen geleden
Владик Карасиков
Владик Карасиков

It was pretty interesting to watch this history class! ;D

28 dagen geleden
lurkerrekrul
lurkerrekrul

Pretty standardized parts... Yeah, there's only about a dozen different CPU socket types in the last ten years, DDR2, DDR3, DDR4 RAM, different form factor motherboards that will only fit a case designed for them, with each motherboard having a different style power connector...

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CalamriKawi
CalamriKawi

Change your voice

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xopheros
xopheros

Remember the AGEIA PhysX card?

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The Future Isn't so Bright
The Future Isn't so Bright

Boards with a thousand jumpers and dip switches.

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CageyRabbit
CageyRabbit

I had a slot celeron cpu back in the day. I also have a btx case still in my garage haha.

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GOLDENWOLF48
GOLDENWOLF48

i remember those old wireless network cards for laptops that slid into a slot on the side of the laptop

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Nikhil Isaac
Nikhil Isaac

I still have an ibm desktop with btx form factor running linux being used as media centre for my tv

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BigPotatoMoths
BigPotatoMoths

My first x86 PC was a 1998 era 350MHz Pentium 2 (on one of those riser cards) slotted into an Asus P2B-F motherboard. I think it had 128MB of RAM and an 8GB HDD if I remember correctly, along with a 8MB Matrox GPU that actually had a slot to add another 8MB of RAM that would allow for 3D acceleration. Good times (not really).

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Aeturnalis
Aeturnalis

This dude looks like a geek cosplaying as Lieutenant Raine from Inglourious Basterds lol (no offense, honestly)

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The Casual Gamer
The Casual Gamer

OMFG, a Pentium II. I had one back in the days, and I still think I have one lying around in the attic, if I remember right. Also, they don't use PCI. Instead, they used something called an SECC or A Single Edge Contact Cartridge for the CPU, and it was easier to install the CPU that way. One of the motherboards I know off use that CPU was ASUS P2L97. I have been using PCs since the late '80s. My dad had a pc when I was born, so I grew up with a pc and many consoles and handheld. I had most consoles that came out in the '80 - 90s, i even had an Odyssey 2 as a kid, and I also had a Gameboy original and later the Gameboy color. When I look back, I don't know how my dad got all this money from, but we were not rich by any means, but I had a lot of stuff like that, like if we were.

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Duane Mediak
Duane Mediak

i want to get (understand) the 2001 co-incidence bush/ thanks obama "joke".

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B F
B F

Rambus wasn’t a *total* failure. Sony made good use of RDRAM in the PS2 and later XDR DRAM in the PS3.

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Ben Dent
Ben Dent

My dad had a btx pc

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lan39mxisc
lan39mxisc

I have all of these, a Slot 1 P3 450MHz, a Core 2 Quad(originally a Core 2 Duo) system with a BTX motherboard and a pair of RDRAM sticks.

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xobo
xobo

Any time the subject matter of one of these vids interests me I have an internal battle because of the thumbnail. Please stop doing those faces. I feel so, so stupid clicking on such a thumbnail. Seriously makes me think lower of myself. And you're not an ugly, bad, stupid person or anything like that. It's just that this kind of facial expression is bad. Fake and awkward. It doesn't reflect on your content but it does reflect on your channel, as a creator, that you think this is appealing to viewers. If you have data supporting that, then that reflection changes to the fact that you don't care what you need to do for money. I realize that is thinking way into it, but the thumbnail issue is soooooooo dislikable that it creates cognitive dissonance that I search to resolve. tldr pls stop thumbnail face. Do it for your sanctity and for the mental health of the world.

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lightswitch
lightswitch

Optane and firewire

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Hunter Vapes
Hunter Vapes

Seems like a ton of the "can't really get it easily anymore" tech has been bought up for supplying older PC based equipment. I know of a big name company which still uses Pentium 1 CPU, floppy drive, SO-DIMM RAM and 52GB HDD... Because they don't want to fix it, since the system isn't exactly broken, and has already been verified in the ancient configuration.

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MISC BITS
MISC BITS

Rambus were particularly nasty - they attended JEDEC meetings on open standardisation of memory interfaces and then patented what was agreed at those meetings Yes, they got sued into oblivion - eventually

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Craig Turner
Craig Turner

I had one of these P2 233mhz, upgraded from P1 133mhz, lightning fast by comparison albeit short lived as went on as soon as possible to P3 700mhz

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dijikstra8
dijikstra8

Dedicated 3D accelerators, e.g. the 3DFX Voodoo cards. Those were awesome, you would connect your regular 2D graphics card VGA output to a VGA input port on the 3D accelerator, the accelerator would do its thing and render sweet accelerated 3D graphics replacing the 2D graphics, and then it would pipe it to a VGA output, and when not using 3D, it would simply pass the 2D signal directly on to the output.

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Scott Grammer
Scott Grammer

AT power supplies that had a real AC power switch you had to route to the front panel....

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Scott Grammer
Scott Grammer

The S3 Virge video card. Used 'em an any machine that was not going to play games. Had to have 'em, because there was no on-board video.

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Molly Johnson
Molly Johnson

Riley is so good at these types of videos

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Jagielski Gaming
Jagielski Gaming

I really wish slot CPUs were still a thing, for ease of install and to avoid stuff like bending the cpu legs. Not to mention that stuff like applying new thermal paste would be much simpler - just take the cpu card out, unscrew the cooler, apply the paste and put it back together. No need to dig between cables to get to the cpu and again, no risk of accidentally breaking it when reinserting.

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Carson Ball
Carson Ball

I had a dual-CPU board that took 2 slot-type Pentium IIIs. The technology shift that really confused me was moving away from AGP cards. There was all of this hype that said PCI is very inefficient for video cards and manufacturers mostly stopped making PCI video cards in favor of AGP cards. Then, after a few years, AGP cards disappeared off the market in favor of PCIe cards. Which, after all of the hype about PCI being inefficient for video cards, made me really skeptical (yes, I realize that PCI and PCIe are different, but that wasn't something that was made clear when they first hit the market).

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Glenn Jacobsen
Glenn Jacobsen

I had a Pentium III like that. Holy crap it was slow... Where I first played GTA 3.

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Naura E
Naura E

Throw back 2000 BC, Videodub + GordianKnot + AviDemux (doom9 squad) re-compressing early DVB tv to DivX on a OC'ed Pentium !!! and 128MB. Experience lasted a couple months. Warmed up the room. Kept the neighbours awake. Died gloriously in flames. Didn't take down the house in its demise. RIP, slotty Pentium !!!. May the Slackware be with you.

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Shawn C
Shawn C

Good old Pentium 3 600mhz. That I ran for 3 years at 800mhz right out of the box! Was good.

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Bradly Patterson
Bradly Patterson

I had a couple pentium 3 xeon slot based cpus

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AJ Flynomo
AJ Flynomo

"Sold-ered" I can't listen anymore. Sorry :)

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Techno Guille
Techno Guille

dont know if im too old or lucky cuz used all those parts, socket pentium ii, iii y athlon with the first gz reached in the race for the speed,. Marvelous times. Suggest for next video ports ps2, parallel, accelerated graphics card with a dedicated vga card (3dfx voodoo1), edo ram, boot sector games.

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frankgile1996
frankgile1996

MiniSD cards? Maybe a stretch, since it's not really a PC components, but still...

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Zywl
Zywl

You didn't mention the old mathematic co-processors

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Anthony Grimaldi
Anthony Grimaldi

There was also an adapter that I believe let you use a pentium 3 cpu in a pentium 2 style slot connector.

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masterpig5 S
masterpig5 S

Right, time to make a btx rig for myself at some point

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david white
david white

removable hard drive bays and zip drives, who remembers them?

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Dustin Rodriguez
Dustin Rodriguez

Itanium. I am not sure if my understanding of Itanium and what happened with it is accurate or not... but I believe Intel saw that the x86 instruction set architecture was an insane hodgepodge of hacks and workarounds and just overall a garbage design that had grown out of necessity over the decades as a result of backwards compatibility going all the way back to the 8088. They saw this, and realized that 64-bit processors would almost certainly be the last instruction set expansion humanity would ever need. So, they decided to start fresh and design a SANE instruction set and everything from the ground up. It would not be backwards compatible with x86, but after a little rough patch as people recompiled things for the new architecture it could be more efficient, faster, and just all-around better. They started with server chips since adapting the software stack there would be easier, with more money and motivation available to increase efficiency and whatnot, with plans to bring it to consumers later, with no plans to ever extend x86 to 64 bit with yet more kludgy extensions... but AMD disagreed. They saw a competitive opportunity, and created x86-64 and the public, who doesn't care if everything under their feet is a baroque menagerie of complexity wrapped in complications like a puzzle box designed by a sadist hearing voices as long as they can keep running their favorite Mahjong game from 1991, jumped at it. As a result, Intel had to abandon Itanium and just make x86-64 processors and the pain continues to this day, every x86-based system slower, hotter, and more complicated than they need to be so that they can all be sure to be able to run code written in the 1970s just in case. That's my understanding of the situation, anyway. How close am I to reality?

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David Bentz Jr.
David Bentz Jr.

I still have a pentium 2 somewhere around like that lol...

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Dank Reddit Memes
Dank Reddit Memes

certainly sound cards and PhysX cards also, ZIP Disc?

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tip master
tip master

Abit bh6 was a legendary slot 1 mobo for pentium 3 and celeron. I regret that i sold that thing prob 20 years ago.

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Vlad Snape
Vlad Snape

3:00 "..because the main CPU lineup that Team Blue was trying to sell at that time, the Pentium 4, ran really hot" - nothing has changed since then.

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Ozzy Helix
Ozzy Helix

thank god that juicer is up there what a pile of crap

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Softwarerat
Softwarerat

I have sawn the Pentium "Board" cpu on an Used Market in Austria

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NijahPlays
NijahPlays

I had a Pentium 3 shaped like the one in the thumbnail

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Paul dJ
Paul dJ

different SUB-D cables, extension cables, adapter cables and gender changers...

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Ferrochrome
Ferrochrome

What about PowerPC CPUs?

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Rafael Lanna
Rafael Lanna

VIAgra chipsets... AGP Slot... ISA... god, i'm feeling too old right now.

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iViking
iViking

TV tuner cards and Web TV

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Magnus Kramnik
Magnus Kramnik

I had 256MB RDRAM, 850MV motherboard, 2GHz Pentium 4 in 2002, Nvidia 5200 gpu, it was the fastest machine amongst my friends.

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LlamaLord
LlamaLord

Yeah I got the 🅱️TX 3080

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Daniel Rayson
Daniel Rayson

VPN ads, fooling netkids since backdoors were invented.

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Jason McQueen
Jason McQueen

Wow, I remember working in an Intel fab when they were making Pentium II-III. Our fab made half a gazillion 440BX chipsets and all sorts of L2 cache. All the geeks knew the ticket was to buy a slot-1 300MHz Celeron and overclock it to 450MHz.

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Covenant Lazarus
Covenant Lazarus

Your thumbnails are gay as fuck.

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Big Destroyer
Big Destroyer

Would be nice to see services and products google killed like google ara, google lens, etc

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Syrakiru Shimori
Syrakiru Shimori

The slot CPU may be useful for laptops

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