Discussion in 'Comments & Feedback' started by W1zzard, Nov 26, 2005.
cool - I'll post that Celeron in the near future
Hey everyone, the CPU database is revived
I'm the new guy from Germany and at first I'll try to complete and arrange the AMD CPUs, I already finished with socket A, 754 and 939.
If you find a mistake or you miss any processor, just PM me (but please not until next week).
So, best regards, eismann
seems like no one really cares
actually, I'm using the chart right now
thanks, that's a motivation.
i would be pleased if anyone has photos of some cpus.... and if you miss something, just write it down here or PM me.
Pentium Dual Core all missing
Core I5-6xx cores are 32nm not 45nm.
a number of cores column would be nice
Sure has been a lot of Necrothreading today
You are missing this i7 from your list ( I own one):
Name: Intel Core i7-960
Clock: 3200 MHz
Cache: 256K / 1024K / 8192K
You need columns for turbo boost speed, architecture type (HT, BD), normal idle and load @ ambient temps and gate type (high-k, silicon on insulator, etc)
Bumping to show that this thread exists. Don't be afraid to necro this. Suggestions, missing items, etc are welcomed.
CPU critical temperature
The CPUDb is really great.
Is it possible to add a column of each processor's critical temperature as reported by the manufacturer?
That would be awesome.
is it possible the Photo Can be coded to show Front/rear view ?
What size photo's ?
Got an extensive collection of CPU's
See list here
only got a 2.0mp camera phone for taking pictures
pm me if i can help with photo's and a list of candidate Cpu's that need Front/rear shots
If I remember to, I'll run that by Wiz. I'm pretty sure the values I will find will all be for TCaseMax. Isn't TjMax the one people are usually concerned about?
The other side of the CPU really isn't important enough for each entry to have one. The images are 320x320 JPG. The pictures should be clear enough so the important markings are legible. If you think they will be high enough quality when scaled down to 320x320 then send them my way.
There's currently 996 CPUs in the database. Currently the fastest way for me to tell which ones have/need images in bulk is inefficient with that many entries. If you want to send me whatever you've got, I will sort through them.
Well, for Intel processors TCaseMax will be awesome.
If you already have the raw data and can send it to me that would be much appreciated as well.
For AMD - as I understand the situation is a bit different, so any data regarding manufacturer definitions would be good.
I've seen this table, but i'm not sure to what value it refers to...
I just took a look in a power and thermal datasheet and it looks like AMD uses TCaseMax also. I should be able to find TCaseMax for most if not all modern CPUs.
First off I'd like to say your work on the CPU DB is much appreciated, I've been using it as a reference from time to time.
Anyways, I noticed a few time-travelling CPUs. Both Core2 chips linked below show up as "2001" year parts in the DB. Also pretty sure you meant Q6700 with the first one.
Q7600 is intentional. It's a distinctly separate product. 2001-01-01 is/was a default date. There are a number of them that erroneously list 2001-01-01 as a launch date. T4C Fantasy or I will fix those eventually.
The database seems to miss the current AMD top end mobile processors, A10-7400P, FX-7500 and FX-7600P.
I don't think that this dababase gets updated anymore.
There are more CPU's not listed.
It's time to fill the gap between Haswell and Skylake with Broadwell.
This is a way cool database, thanks for all your work.
It would be cool if, in the Intel list at least, you could include selectors like Hyper-Threading, Turbo-boost, and many of the other features the processors have.
Perhaps to help reduce the workload, make it some kind of collaboration using trusted members.
Keep up the great work. I know it is a lot.
It seems that the Xeon E3-1231v3 is missing
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