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Discussion in 'Graphics Cards' started by T4C Fantasy, Jul 16, 2012.

  1. T4C Fantasy

    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    Hey guys, I've made a series of lists that is a big work in progress, i feel atleast 1 of the lists have matured enough to now show on the forums, i will provide 3 links they are pretty straightforward

    Intel CPU List:
    http://www.t4cfantasy.com/intel/

    AMD APU/CPU/GPU List:
    http://www.t4cfantasy.com/amd/

    Nvidia ARM/GPU List:
    http://www.t4cfantasy.com/nvidia/

    IBM CPU List:
    http://www.t4cfantasy.com/ibm/

    my other list

    Windows OS Builds List:
    http://www.t4cfantasy.com/WOS/

    tell me what you think ^^ motivation is what keeps me going

    please comment for support and or criticism, either way i will continue this project, i know wikipedia is a big source for everyone to look at for this info, but wikipedia does not have ease of access to copying and pasting all the info at once like these lists do. so enjoy, they are all still in the alpha state ^.^

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    Well i have checked the links and found that they don't have any record of i5 3rd gen and this is completely unnecessary
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    matured means shows more than 1 generation, and alpha state means its not complete... so alot is missing, also i havent found the right format for cpus yet, so right now im working on gpu list, which i have found a great format for showing throughputs and all the important info.
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    i updated the amd gpu list dramatically, enjoy
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    Oh I didn't noticed that thanks for telling me
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    i have completed the amd desktop gpu list
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    So what is stopping me from looking through Intel's archive or through AMD's records. You're making a list when websites like CPU World exists? No offense, but you're wasting your time.
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    yeah, CPU-World and GPU review already exist.
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    for one my list is alot more organized and shows ALL cpus and gpus not just what they could get their hands on, AND ease of access, on those sites the info is individually tabbed and lead to another page showing you a picture and then the info of the cpu, mine is just scroll and read no clicking
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    Their's is in a database, they can expand it and quite frankly, they can use SQL to go through the data. You can justify how this is worth it as much as you want, I'm just saying that other people have done what you've done, turned it into a web application and are much more mature projects then you're plain text lists.

    Is there something wrong with clicking? They provide a list and details if you click the link. That's pretty organized imho. I'm just saying there is no need.

    I also find a site with the ability to search a little easier to look through than scanning plain text. I can also say right now that your AMD cpu list is far from complete and CPU world actually provides more information, not less. Example: FX-8150 on CPU World.

    You're never going to convince me that having this data in plain text is better than a web application using a database. You can't work with it and there is no way to present the data in any other way other than plain text without trying to parse it (which would suck, considering it's plain text.)
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    the lists are really turning out well, improved organization, catches the eye better than any other lists out there, enjoy ^^
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    Apparently plain-text is more neat and organized than a relational database with a web ui. :shadedshu
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    No offense but why would I want to click random .TXT files when I can go to CPUworld and look up any CPU I want by model, speed, stepping and more?
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    because no other list shows all cpus listed on 1 single page all showing an equal amount of stats to compare, its faster, more neat, its simple, i already know of alot of people who know of the websites you linked to.. and yet they still like my lists too... whos the troll here? im just dedicated
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    It is not on a single page it requires going through the folders then picking a .txt that is vaguely labeled then you are just looking at a notepad style layout that is very hard on the eyes.
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    its not hard on the eyes at all, and the other lists are required because of the different platforms like servers, desktop and mobile

    edit: lol and i put all the lists in the same spot so u dont have to click the folders, the folders are just there to hold my revisions

    the only lists that i didnt put in the main page are the ones that are not ready to be seen like amd cpus for desktop, 3 clicks and you get more info then any other site with 3 clicks.. fact

    heres a little info on my version scheme

    Pre-Alpha <-- havent found the right format or unorganized list 1~5% all processors listed
    Alpha <-- found a descent format but still working on it atleast 10% of all processors listed
    Alpha 5~6 i find the correct format but the list is still unorganized not ready for beta ~25% all processors listed
    Beta <-- list is organized with correct format, ~80% of all processors listed
    RC <-- organized, correct, 95% all listed
    Final <-- Completed with 99% all listed, can never be 100% since intel/nvidia/amd makes so many unreleased chips

    even if you dont like my lists, you have to admit i did put alot of work into them, im a real programmer and i write lists when im bored i know how databases work, scripting and all that... look at my main site... im a professional programmer with his own game server and html5 website... i dont do these lists in plain texts because i dont know how to do them in borders... i do it because its just better
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    updated thread
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    finalized the intel lists! enjoy! read version info in the directory to see how basic changes through each release cycle of the lists

    i also shown my lists to hard forums, they gave all good responses, even plain text can be proved worthy of organization
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    im working on intel desktop list 1.0.2, and guess what? i can promiss this list will finally fix the confusion between 32bit and 64bit pentium 4s and 4 HTs ^^, took awhile to figure out their build scheme but i got it down to where everyone will understand it ^^ will release by the end of the day depending on how long the rewrite will take
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    updated list
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    I notice the IBM list has "processors" with 256 cores. Surely you should either omit them or make a note that these aren't actual CPU's with 256 cores, but servers with many 8 core Power7 CPU's?

    For reference: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POWER7

    Microarchitecture Power ISA v.2.06
    Cores 4, 6, 8
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    yes its still a work in progress but ibm does has 32 core cpus
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    They do? Using which architecture? Cell?

    See what you did now? I'm all interested :/
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    T4C Fantasy CPU & GPU DB Maintainer

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    they use in their blade servers power 7, actually its a 16 core the 32 core is 2 16 cores

    ill be updating ibm list soon i wont include 16 \+ cores in it since 16core is rarely listed anywhere, but i have the ibm list document from their site and its confusing but they they list up to 64 cores and they list specifically like this (2c/8) next to the 16-Core processors that use 2 8 cores then they actually list 16 cores with no split
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