CPU Collection by CPU Enthusiast
Welcome to Neology CPU museum. Neology CPU museum is based in Melbourne, Australia, aims to preserve one of the most intelligent invention — CPU. Our collections cover across the evolution of CPU from the first commercially available microprocessor “4004” — developed by Intel in 1971 to modern multi-core CPU in the 2000s.
Neo started collecting microprocessor since 2002, with only several Intel 486 and pentium at the beginning. Collection has now grown significantly over decades and it is still growing.
Our CPU collection covers major brands such as Intel, AMD, Cyrix as well as NexGen, Weitek, etc which were merged and no longer exist; Processor types covers personal computer, server and mainframe.
If you would like to support us by donating CPU, or provide feedback, please contact us by using contact form below.