For anyone complaining about the Taycan having a "Turbo" model

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Computers have Tubros too.
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That must be a Pentium 1!
lol, why did they have that button on them, and did anyone ever press it to turn *off* the turbo?
When we used to build our own machines we never even bothered connecting the "turbo" lead to the motherboard so it did nothing. Exactly like the Turbo in my Taycan!
 
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Nope 486 DX2

In the old days some software had to run at 8Mhz.

When they came out with faster processors the turbo button was used to switch between 8Mhz and whatever the higher speed was.
 

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Good 'ol days.

Remember LANs in basements... competing who had the fastest. 100Mhz? Suck on deez nuts - I've got 150 AND MMX!!!... "WOOOOOOW!!!! Framerate of >35 on Quake 1 unheard of - but you DID IT!!!!"
Stroll down memory lane. Did anyone play PvP on Null modem?

Anyway to get to the topic:
My reply is normally "It has the exact same amount of Turbo as my vaccuum - but longer range!".

And speaking of vacuums and national pride in awkwardness:
"Nothing sucks like an Electrolux!". Google it! It's real!
 
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