Let's see...my very first computer was a handbuilt intel 8080 with 8K of RAM. I think the clock rate was 2 MHz. No mass storage; I used paper tape. Not until 1980 or so when I was out of school and could afford it did I buy my first pair of floppy drives (8", 243KB).
My current home Linux server has 8 CPU cores, 12 GB of RAM and a 2.4 GHz clock. I've got about 12 TB of disk space, which is about 50 million times those original floppy drive and 1.5 million times as much RAM.
It's only 6000 times the clock speed (for just one CPU), but the increase in clock speed doesn't really describe the increase in CPU power as modern CPUs use extensive pipelining, multi-level caching, superscalar execution and vector processing to greatly increase how much is done on each clock.