Originally posted by lazerman
Makes no sense but okay!!!!
I have an Intel Pentium (says Malay on it), and an Intel overDRIVE. I also have a bunch of what appears to be some sort of RAM.
It makes more since than collecting stamps and the Smithsonian agrees as they have already put a C4004 on display.
If you have RAM that is Intel, white with Gold leads then it is probably worth some money.
Generally speaking if you have a chip that was made in the 1970s, made by Intel and white or purple then it is probably worth some money.
Here is an example of a C4004 from Ebay: http://cgi.ebay.com/Rare-Intel-C4004...QQcmdZViewItem
Most of you probably don't have the old chips but you may have something like this:
The "ES" stands for Engineer Sample and these are very hard to find. Intel also made Customer Samples with the letters "CS"
Intel still today makes ES and CS chips so if you ever run into one you should hold onto it or sell it to me