Note: This site is The History Of PCs.
If you couldn't put it in a standard PC or AT or clone, you won't find much
detail here, except for historical reference. This will be a mess for a while,
as I'm focusing on getting the information up here first. Then I'll be able to figure out how to organize it.|
- Brian Brazda
Note: I'm starting this as a clone of HistoryOfPCVideo.com to begin with.
In The Beginning...The original AT ran at 6 mHz. Many original ATs were overclocked to 8 mHz by replacing the crystal with a $2 part, until IBM released the official 8 mHz version in 1986. http://oldcomputers.net/victor9000.html