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Geek up any desk with an old school CPU frame created by Kugel Memorabilia. These first products are from my personal collection, so snatch them up before I realize they are too cool to sell! Intended to be displayed as desk art, these pieces are fun to pick up, check out and show off to friends, family and co-workers.
Intel Pentium A80501-60 SX948 Gold Top CPU – In stock $69 –
Framed in cherry wood with views of both the front and back of the CPU. This is a popular CPU for gold scrappers because of all the gold this puppy sports but I rescued it from the crucible.
AMD 486 DX-40 CPU – In stock $59 –
Framed in walnut with views of both the front and back of the CPU. Even has a Microsoft Windows Compatible logo printed on the chip.
IBM/Cyrix 6×86 L PR200+ CPU – In stock $59 –
Framed in cherry with views of both the front and back of the CPU. Features bling with a gold front back. This CPU does have some scuffing on the front from the heatsink but it doesn’t take away from the cool factor! It is16 years old after all.
Intel OVERDRIVE DX40DPR100 CPU – In stock $109 –
Framed in walnut with views of both the front and back of the CPU. What makes this frame extremely unique is that the natural wood grain in the frame actually creates an organic outline of the Microsoft Windows flag logo. This is all natural and not manufactured! This piece is truly one of a kind. It really demonstrates the unique nature of wood grain.
Intel Ceramic Pentium CPU – Custom order $49 – Your choice of wood
Framed in your choice of wood with views of both the front and back of the CPU. Speeds vary from 75MHz, 100MHz, 133MHz, and 150MHz but they all look the same. I’ll surprise you. The frame pictured is Soft Maple.
Intel Pentium III CPU – Custom order $49 – Your choice of wood
Framed in your choice of wood with views of both the front and back of the CPU. One of the most popular CPUs of the early 2000s. It’s a safe bet that you or someone you know used this CPU around the time of Windows XP’s initial release. The frame pictured is White Oak.
I’ve got many more processors in my collection that I’ll be framing so check back often. Don’t worry I’ll tweet like crazy everytime I frame a new one so follow me on Twitter @KugelMem for up to the minute product releases!