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  1. Hi, just wanted to share starter DDR4-4800 CL14 2x8GB settings that i use on G.Skill OCWC, I tested only on the 1-DIMM per channel MSI Z390I Gaming EGDE AC with O18 BIOS So far only 2x8GB Samsung B-die Single Rank (1Rx8) with A2 PCB could attempt this, I do not know of other IC that could. I do this setting on 2x8GB G.Skill OC World Cup 2019 Modules (8Gbit Samsung B-die) [Notes] 1) This is a 'starter' settings, meaning some subtimings are still loose (like tRFC and tertiaries), and depending on the module you still can get it tighter. This is just to get you started/booted. (You can also use this 'profile' to either bin/test IMC and/or sticks). CPU put to 50/50 Core/Ring at 1.3v just a safe point and easy check for efficiency. 2) SA/IO will depend on your CPU IMC. Good IMC can easily boot 4600-4800 on 1.5 / 1.45 (SA/IO) or even less. Normal IMC like my 8086K need 1.6v SA / 1.45v IO. 3) Pay attention to VDimm, depend on module, some module won't boot 1.95v+, my OCWC2019 module do OK with 1.9v. 4) If you're not sure on your IMC, do the settings like this on 1.6V SA/ 1.45v IO, but lower DRAM Ratio to 4500, then try to boot higher like 4600, 4666, 4700 and so forth That's it. Under cold and very good IMC @ 1.65v SA+, with good DRAM Module that scales with cold you should be able to boot/bench 4900-5000 CL14. Those were the settings I use as 'base' to get to 5000 CL14 under cold IMC and cold sticks on OCWC 2019 final It's not much, but I hope it helped
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  2. Was able to access the bios chip via the motherboard SPI header port and using a jumper through my Flashcat USB programmer. Worked like a charm reading the flash. So now want to try Dsanke's 1901 but was wondering will it be compatible with a 9700K cpu? Also will my old 6700K cpu work as well until I get my 9700K ready? Thanks
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  3. I would like a feature introduced on the My submissions tabs. Challenge When going through the Videocard scores in the My submission tab we see a nice list of scores and the the details for the videocard. However to then see which processor used and the speed of processor we have to go to the individual scores to find out what was used. This makes it very cumbersome to potentially find scores that otherwise could be upgraded based on new hardware or new skills. I keep learning and find new tweaks and keep most hardware so if nothing to do on a weekend i grab some hardware and get into it. Solutions. 1. On the My submission tabs add one tab that says Video card expanded. In that tab the list can look the same as current one however with addition of 2 columns.. CPU hardware and CPU Frequency. This would make it significantly easier to determine which benchmarks to rerun based on new CPUs/Cores that we keep adding in our toolboxes. 2 . On the My submission tabs add one tab that says Processor expanded. In that table the list can look the same as current one however with the addition of 3 columns. Memory hardware "G.SKILL Ripjaws 4 DDR4 SDRAM"" and Memory speed and if possible Memory timings. Considering that all the CPU benchers are significantly dependant on memory speed and timing it would again be much easier to find which benchers to rerun based on new gained skill or added hardware in our toolboxes.
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  4. Hi, So here is the link to latest test OC BIOS and Command Center Lite for the MSI MPG Z390I GAMING EDGE AC https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/18xRoafLw6p5YoNIw3uhbIoY4eqAq8x-A?usp=sharing Content: - TEST/OC BIOS - FPT Tool for flashing - Command Center Lite for finetuning in OS The test BIOS main purpose is optimizing for memory clocking, Please do note that until now I haven't tested these BIOSes yet. So use the file as your own risk! Regards, Alva
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  5. Hi I have for sale two strong kits I found while binning a few GSkill Bdie kits just for fun. Both do around 2110MHz 12-11-11 geekbench3 with just a quick test, all on air ofc. See screens below. Tests on Apex XI as screens will show also. kit nr 1: F4-4266C19D-16GTZA - A1 layout 2066MHz - 2.03V (set in OS) 2090MHz - 2.09V 2110MHz - 2.14V Kit nr 2: F4-4133C19D-16GTZR - A2 layout 2066MHz - 1.99V 2090MHz - 2.03V 2110MHz - 2.11V Price: 350€ per kit shipped within EU (keep in mind shipping from sweden is expensive) Prefer bank transfer but paypal is also ok. Pay as friend or buyer covers fees in case of paypal.
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  6. Assuming you wanted to flash BIOS under 64-bit Windows OS, 1) Extract the FPT_Z390_1123.zip, pick the 'Windows64' folder. Extract the folder somewhere, for example C: 2) enter an Command Prompt (cmd) as administrator , navigate to the previously extracted 'windows64' folder 3) enter command FPTW64 -f BIOSNAME (BIOSNAME is your bios files name with extension) wait until done, after that shutdown-clear CMOS, and its's ready.
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  7. Hi, As per G.Skill OCWC 2019 Rule like every year before, all the OC / Beta /Test BIOSes need to be made public. So here's my collection of Test BIOSes: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1YS_X48XZZRUVB3qCStNXX4_gu-W3JBP5?usp=sharing At the moment it contained Test BIOS from MSI Z390I EDGE AC, MSI Z370I Gaming Pro Carbon, and a few more, I'll update a few more before the deadline if needed. FPT Flashing tool also included. (Note - update May 14 2019) I don't make separate thread for all individual boards at the moment, still need to test all these boards before departing for competition. After testing I might make a notes for these files if time allow. As these files was originally for my use, I take no responsibililty whatsoever if you decide to try these BIOSes. Try at your own risk Best Regards, Alva
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  8. Too bad I don't have one. The E7C04IMS.O18 BIOS already has enough options and profile for DDR4-5300 (then if your IMC is good you can boot more, mine's limit on around 5466MT/s, and in OS I can tweak it to close 5600MT/s). You have to flash it using FPT though. That's the one I used in the competition.
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  9. Thanks to everyone! Also a big thanks to @Splave for always cheering up and encouraging me for this contest! A big congrats to everyone that qualified and took part in the live final, as you could see this contest is extremely harsh and a big challenge! Also to the other finalist, @Dancop and @Lucky_n00b , amazing performance and you guys are benching machines that gave me a huge headache! To be honest i think i had a very fortunate day when everything went very smooth and karma worked in my favor! See you guys next year and thanks to G.skill staff and judges that ensured everything went good and contest took place in first place! Cheers!
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  10. Big congrats to @Alex@ro for winning the OCWC 2019, and also to @Dancop on the Top 3. Normal person wouldn't understand the effort to get to this point, it's WAY harder than it looked for sure! I feel honored to be able to be one stage with you overclocking Gods, hopefully we can meet on some other competitions Until next time, Keep pushing it
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  11. remove points and give a currently "unpointed" bench a shot with points $0.02
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  12. I am quite sure George already is around best you can get on Hypers at 1150 at 4G. Sub 6 should work for sure , if 5,59 sub I am unsure. Tbh, this is much more of a theoretical question as Hypers are pretty much frequency limited nd their reign ends with Sandy Bridge latest
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  13. Devices like Smartphones or Tablets wont get added to the database anymore! The reason for this is that the hwbot prime app is not getting maintained anymore. Also points for hwbot prime got disabled. The hwbot prime app would need a major rework including a working system to detect devices properly. There are a lot of different china phone sharing the same identification strings yet having complete different hardware, there are custom ROMs who change the identification strings to their favor and even apps who are able to completely fake the identification. Because of the nature of android, its highly unlikely that this will ever work properly, as even big players like Geekbench can be tricked. But its not only that: The app collected hardware information of over 8000 devices. As we figured out, that the algorithm which added those devices automatically, had major problems and created wrong entries in the database, we stopped the automatic addition of devices for hwbot. This was causing chaos and it was about time to stop this. However it is still possible to add SoCs, so you are able to submit 3DMark and Geekbench scores. September, 12th 2021 added Tiger Lake-H embedded lineup (total: 10) added Xeon E3-1283L V4 (china CPU), added Xeon E-2300 lineup (total: 10) added Core i5 1155G7, Core i9 1195G7 added Xeon W-1300 lineup (total: 7) added Core i5 11320H, Core i7 11390H, Core i7 11600H added Xeon W-3300 lineup (total: 5) added Core i5 10505 added Ryzen 5 3500C, Ryzen 7 3700C added Ryzen 5 4680U, Ryzen 7 4980U added Radeon R7 Graphics Mobile (Spectre, 384 Shaders), Radeon R7 Graphics Mobile (Spectre, 512 Shaders), Radeon R5 Graphics (Spectre, 192 Shaders) May to August 2021 added Tiger Lake-H lineup (total: 14) added Helio P22 added Apple M1 added Snapdragon 439 added GeForce RTX 3070 Ti and 3080 Ti added GeForce RTX 3050 and 3050 Ti Mobile added RTX A3000 Laptop, A4000 and A5000 added Radeon RX 6600 and 6600 XT added Radeon Pro W6800 added Jasper Lake, HM570 and C422 Chipset added VIA Apollo Plus, Apollo Pro II and Apollo Pro 133T Chipset added VIA VT82C486A, VT82C495, VT82C496G, VN800, VN1000, CN800 some cleanup of VIA Chipsets (added part number in parenthesis where applicable) deleted VIA K8M400, K8T880, K8M900 cleanup of EVGA boards (added part number in parenthesis where applicable, corrected names in some cases, deleted not existing boards) added missing EVGA boards (total: 15) added some ZIDA boards (total: 24) April, 29th 2021 added Ice Lake-SP lineup (total: 38) added Ryzen 7 5700G(E), Ryzen 5 5600G(E), Ryzen 3 5300G(E) added Helio G80 (MT6769T) April, 9th 2021 added Epyc 7003 Series lineup (total: 19) added Snapdragon 860, 865, 865+, 870, 888, 7C, 8C, 8CX, 8CX Gen2 small cleanup for Snapdragon 800 Series subcategories and Kryo cores added Apple A14 Bionic and GPU added Helio G90T and G73 MC4 added some missing newer gen Gigabyte boards (total: 70) added some missing newer gen MSI boards (total: 75) also added all available AM4 boards from Asus, Biostar, Maxsun, NZXT added mostly all Colorful boards (total: 106) in total 349 boards added since last update added Radeon Pro W5500 added Adreno 610, 612, 615, 616, 618, 619, 619L, 620 added AMD WRX80, X300 chipsets January to March, 28th 2021 deleted several nvidia MCP chipsets (those were just codenames, marketing names were different) moved all boards with GeForce 7025 and 7050 to nForce 630a or 610i moved many from socket LGA1151 v2 to LGA1151 and vice versa added all missing official ASRock motherboards (total: 340) added Comet Lake Refresh CPUs (total: 11) added missing Rocket Lake lineup (total: 9) added Ryzen 3 PRO 5450U, Ryzen 5 PRO 5650U, Ryzen 7 PRO 5850U added Intel Tiger Lake H/U/Y lineup (total: 8 ) added Intel Jasper Lake lineup (total: 6) added AMD Ryzen 5000 Mobile Lucienne and Cezanne CPUs (total: 13) added QQLS, QQLT, QNCT, QTJ1, QTJ2 added A9-9820 / RX-8120 added Ryzen 7 5800 (OEM), Ryzen 9 5900 (OEM) added Core i3 10100Y, Pentium Gold 6500Y added Radeon R5 Graphics Mobile (Bristol, 256 Shaders) added GeForce 830A added GeForce GT 1010 added Radeon RX 6700 XT added UHD Graphics 730, 750, P750, UHD Graphics (Rocket Lake GT1) added Radeon RX 5600M added GeForce FX 5700 Ultra (GDDR3) added Radeon HD 8240, 8280 Mobile, 8400 Mobile added GeForce RTX 3060 added Radeon R2 Graphics Mobile (Mullins), Radeon R3 Graphics Mobile (Mullins) added GeForce RTX 3060, 3070 3080 Laptop GPU, 3080 Max-Q added Radeon 540, 630, RX 350 added Intel H510, H570, C242, CM236, HM470 chipsets added AMD A520 chipset December, 18th 2020 added Core i5 10500H added Celeron 6305, 6305e added Pentium Gold 7505 added Xeon E5 2649 v3 added Xeon Gold 6139 added A9-9420e added Core i7 1185G7E, GRE added Core i5 1145G7E, GRE added Core i3 1115G4E, GRE added Epyc 735P, 740P, 755P added Ryzen V2718, V2748, V2516, V2546 added Ryzen 5 Pro 3600, 7 Pro 3700, 9 Pro 3900 added GX-411GA, GX-210UA, GX-210JA, GX-209HA added Ryzen 3 PRO 4450U, 5 PRO 4650U, 7 PRO 4750U added Ryzen 5 3400GE, PRO 3400G, PRO 3400GE added A8-6500B added GeForce RTX 3060 Ti added Radeon R7 Graphics (Wani, 512 Shaders) added GeForce MX450 (GDDR5/GDDR6) added RTX A6000 added Quadro T1000 (GDDR6) added Iris Xe Max Graphics, H3C XG310 added UHD Graphics G4 / G7 added UHD Graphics 610, 630 (23EU), P630 September, 23th 2020 added Ryzen 5 5600X, Ryzen 7 5800X, Ryzen 9 5900X, 5950X added Athlon Silver 3050C, Athlon Gold 3150C, Ryzen 3 3250C renamed Ryzen 3 4200G to 4300G, Ryzen 5 4400G to 4600G added Radeon RX 6800 and 6800 XT added Radeon R3 Graphics Mobile (Stoney) UHD Graphics 630 (Comet Lake), UHD Graphics Mobile (Comet Lake) added Core i3 10100F renamed Radeon Graphics (Wani) chips to Radeon Graphics (Bristol) since GPU-Z changed detection fixed double category of Xeon Gold 5118R fixed wrong core for A4-Pro 3350B (Beema instead of Carrizo-L) added A6-9400 added A6-7480 added PRO A6-8570(E), PRO A10 8770(E), PRO A12 8870(E) fixed wrong core of A4-6210, A4-6250j, A6-6310 and E2-6110 (Beema instead of Mullins) added PRO A4-4350B, PRO A4-5350B, PRO A6-7350B, PRO A6-8350B added A4-6300B, A10-6790B fixed wrong core of FX-9800P (Bristol Ridge instead of Carrizo) added Opteron X3418 fixed wrong core name of Opteron X3xxx CPUs (Toronto instead of Bristol Ridge) merged ft3b variants of Carrizo-L CPUs with FP4 ones as the socket really doesn't matter September, 19th 2020 new sockets BGA1526, BGA1344, BGA1449, LGA4189, FC-CSP1016 added Core i9 10910, Core i7 10870H, Core i5 10200H added Cooper Lake-SP Lineup (total count: 15) added Tiger Lake lineup (total count: 7) fixed incorrect socket of Ice Lake CPUs added missing Ice Lake CPUs (total count: 4) added Lakefield lineup (total count: 2) added Iris Xe Graphics G7 96EUs, 80EUs added UHD Graphics G1 (48EUs) fixed Ice Lake IGP name scheme added Radeon Pro 5500XT added Radeon 6900XT added GeForce RTX 3070, 3080, 3090 (work by Alby) August, 9th 2020 added Celeron G5905, G5905T, G5925 added Core i9 10850K added Athlon 320GE added Athlon Silver 3050e, 3050GE, PRO 3125GE added Athlon Gold 3150G(E), PRO 3150G(E) added Radeon Pro 5600M added several missing Picasso and Renoir IGP variants, cleaned some categories with mixed Raven Ridge and Picasso results July, 27th 2020 renamed Radeon RX Vega 8 to Radeon Vega 8 Graphics split Radeon Vega 8 into Picasso and Raven Ridge and moved all subs (work by leeghoofd) changed Core for Ryzen 3 3200U, Athlon 300U, Athlon PRO 300U, Athlon 300GE, Athlon Gold 3150U and Silver 3050U/E because they are Dali instead of Picasso added Radeon Graphics 128 and 192 Shaders (Dali) added Ryzen R1000 Banded Kestrel lineup (total: 4) added AMD 3015e and 3020e July, 25th 2020 renamed Radeon Xpress 200 CF to CrossFire Xpress 1600 renamed Radeon Xpress 3200 CF to CrossFire Xpress 3200 renamed Radeon Xpress 200 (RS482) to Radeon Xpress 1100 (RS482) renamed Radeon Xpress 200 (RS485) to Radeon Xpress 1150 (RS485) renamed Radeon Xpress 200 Intel Edt. to Radeon Xpress 1150 (RS/RC4xx) renamed IGP 320 to IGP 320 (A3) renamed IGP 320M to IGP 320M (U3) deleted manufacturer "Legend" (avoid confusion with QDI Legend) (hopefully) added all missing Sapphire boards (total new: 43) and fixed name scheme deleted SiS 848 chipset (does not exist) unified name scheme for DFI Lanparty boards, its now "LANParty" for all added Apollo VPX (VT82C580VPX), Apollo VP (VT82C585/7VP) Chipset added AMD 580X (RD580) Chipset renamed Athlon X2 5000 and 5200 to Athlon X2 5000+ and 5200+ renamed Athlon X2 6500 to Athlon X2 6500 BE added manufacturer SuperPower and ASKA July, 16th 2020 added Threadripper PRO lineup added Xeon Platinum 8275CL added Radeon RX560X and RX560X mobile July, 9th 2020 merged Radeon X1650 DDR2 into Radeon X1650 (RV535, DDR2, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1650 XTDual to X1650 XT Dual merged Radeon X1650 GT to Radeon X1650 XT renamed Radeon X1650 XT to Radeon X1650 XT / X1650 GT (RV560, GDDR3, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1650 Pro DDR1 to Radeon X1650 Pro (RV535, DDR, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1650 Pro to Radeon X1650 Pro (RV535, GDDR3, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1600 XT/X1650 (RV530, GDDR3, 128bit) to Radeon X1600 XT/X1650/X1650 Pro (RV530, GDDR3, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1650 Pro DDR2 AGP to Radeon X1650 Pro AGP (RV535, DDR2, 128bit), changed core from RV530 to RV535 renamed Radeon X1600 AGP (RV530, DDR2, 128bit) to Radeon X1600 / X1650 AGP (RV530, DDR2, 128bit) moved subs from Radeon X1650 AGP into Radeon X1650 Pro AGP (RV535, DDR2, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1650 Pro GDDR3 AGP to Radeon X1650 Pro AGP (RV530, GDDR3, 128bit) renamed Radeon X1650 AGP to Radeon X1650 Pro AGP (RV535, GDDR3, 128bit) added Ryzen Renoir Desktop lineup (total count: 9) July, 2nd 2020 added Core i5 10310U, i7 10610U, i7 10810U deleted Core i9 10800F, 10990XE (never released) deleted Core i3 10350K (not released) added Ryzen 5 3600XT, 7 3800XT, 9 3900XT added Ryzen 5 PRO 2400G(E) removed duplicate Pentium G6600 category added Core i3 10300T, 10100E,T,TE added Core i5 10400T, 10500T,TE,E, 10600T added Core i7 10700T,TE,E added Core i9 10900T,TE,E added Pentium Gold 6400E added Celeron G5900E,TE added GeForce 1650 Ti Mobile, Max-Q added Radeon RX 5600 (OEM) Mai, 17th 2020 added Radeon Pro Vega II added Comet Lake Celeron CPUs (total count: 3) added Comet Lake Pentium Gold CPUs (total count: 6) added Comet Lake Xeon W-1200 CPUs (total count: 7) added Comet Lake Xeon W-10000M CPUs (total count: 2) added Ryzen V1404i, V1500B, V1780B deleted duplicate Q43 entry added Q470, QM480, W480, WM490 Mai, 6th 2020 added Radeon Pro W5700 added GeForce GTS 450 (GF116, DDR3, 64bit) added E2-9000(e) Mai, 2nd 2020 added Cirrus Logic GD5430 added Mach 64 VT added Rage IIc PCI added Cyrix Media GX, GXm, GXi lineup (total count: 13) added i5 10600KF added i7 10700(K)F April, 25th 2020 added Quadro P520 added Radeon Graphics (320, 384, 448, 512 Shaders) added Ryzen 9 4900H(S) added Epyc 7F32,52,72 added Ryzen 3 3100, 3300X added Ryzen 3 1200 (Pinnacle Ridge) added Athlon X4 730 (done by: ??) April, 5th 2020 added new Dali APUs Athlon Silver 3050U, Athlon Gold 3150U, Ryzen 3 3250U deleted Athlon Pro 220GE (never released) added Athlon 300GE / Athlon Pro 300GE added Core i7 10875H, i7 10850H, i5 10400H split GeForce GTX 1050 into 768 Shaders, 96 bit and 640 Shaders, 128 bit (the so called 3GB Model got unfortunately no dedicated name by Nvidia) added GeForce GTX 1050 Mobile 640 and 768 Shader variants added GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Mobile April, 1st 2020 added new socket MXM 3.1 added missing Core i5 9300HF added GeForce RTX 2060 Max-Q added GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Max-Q, (Notebook) added GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Max-Q, (Notebook) added GeForce GTX 1650 (GDDR6) added Radeon RX 590 GME added SIS 6326 PCI March, 8th 2020 added new manufacturer Zhaoxin added KaiXian KX-6000 series CPUs (total count: 6)ad added KaiXian KX-5000 series CPUs (total count: 5) added KaiSheng KH-30000 series CPUs (total count: 2) added KaiSheng KH-30000 series CPUs (total count: 3) added KaiXian ZC-C series CPUs (total count: 3) added KaiXian ZC-C+ series CPUs (total count: 4) added KaiSheng FC-1080/FC-1081 added Comet-Lake-H mobile CPUs (total count: 4) added Cascade Lake Refresh Server CPUs (total count: 13) added Havendale Q2BK Engineering Sample (thx coldwove) added Auburndale Q2CZ Engineering Sample (thx coldwove) added missing Apollo Lake Atom CPUs 3930/3940 (total count: 4) added EPYC 7261 / 7532 / 7662 added Core 2 Quad Q7100 (thx coldwove) added Xeon Phi 7220A / 7220P / 7240P added Ryzen Threadripper 1920 added Kirin 710 / 810 / 928 / 950 / 960 / 970 / 980 / 990 4G & 5G big cleanup of HiSilicon SOCs added AMD Renoir Mobile Ryzen CPUs (total count: 8 ) added Jasper Forest Xeon C5500 Series CPUs (total count: 5) added Xeon E5-2673 v4 added Ryzen 5 1600 (Pinnacle Ridge) added Core i9 10990XE added some missing Stoney Ridge CPUs (total count: 6) added Coffee Lake-H mobile embedded Celeron, Pentium, Xeon CPUs (total count: 7) added embedded Apollo Lake Celeron and Pentium CPUs (total count: 4) added Comet Lake-Y and U mobile CPUs (total count: 10) added Cascade Lake-W Xeon Workstation CPUs (total count: 8 ) added Gemini Lake Celeron and Pentium CPUs (total count: 6) added Comet Lake Desktop CPU lineup (total count: 16) added Snapdragon 855 added Ryzen 5 3580U added Ryzen 3 Pro 2300U, 5 Pro 2500U, 7 Pro 2700U added Cyrix 6x86L PR150+, PR200+ added Socket 1356-3 and fixed Xeon E5 8l v3 parts (thx coldwove) renamed Pentium E6900 to Pentium E6000/E6900 (ES) (thx coldwove) fixed core name of 1st gen Threadripper to "Threadripper" (thx coldwove) fixed core name of 2nd gen Threadripper to "Colfax" (thx coldwove) fixed Xeon Phi 1st gen are PCIe 2.0 instead of 3.0 (thx coldwove) fixed Xeon Phi 5120d and 7120D are socket SFF320 (thx coldwove) fixed core name of Sandy and Yvy Bridge "C" embedded CPUs to "Gladden" (thx coldwove) added Adreno 640, 650 added Mali-G76 MP10, Mali-G76 MP12 added Radeon Pro WX 4130 Mobile added Radeon RX Vega 11 Mobile added Radeon RX 5600 XT added Radeon RX 580 2048SP added Radeon RX 640 added Radeon 540X, 550, 550X, RX 540X, RX 550X added Radeon Pro WX 3200 added Radeon Pro W5500M, Pro W5300M added Radeon RX 5300 X added Radeon RX 5300M, Pro 5300M added Radeon RX 5500M, Pro 5500M added Radeon RX 5500, RX 5500 XT added Radeon R7 (384 Shaders) + R7 240 Dual Graphics, Radeon R7 (512 Shaders) + R7 240 Dual Graphics added Radeon HD 8670D + HD 7750 Dual Graphics, Radeon HD 8470D + HD 7750 Dual Graphics added GeForce RTX 2060 (TU104) added GeForce MX330, MX350 added GeForce 505 added GeForce 920A, 950A added GeForce 710A added GeForce 705M added GeForce GT 520 (PCI) (done by Alby) added GeForce GTX 1650 (Notebook), GTX 1650 Max-Q added NVS 5100M added Quadro P2200, P5200 Max-Q added Quadro RTX 5000 Max-Q added Quadro RTX 3000, RTX 3000 Max-Q added Quadro RTX 4000, Quadro RTX 4000 (Notebook), Quadro RTX 4000 Max-Q added Quadro T1000, T2000, T2000 Max-Q Total: 143 CPUs, 52 GPUs November, 20th 2019 renamed Beavercreek to Sumo added Athlon 3000G added Intel Blackops 4 and 6 core CPU added R7 (512 Shaders) + R7 250 Dual Graphics, Radeon HD 6550D + HD 7670 Dual Graphics November, 11th 2019 added TRX40 chipset added sTRX4 socket added Ryzen Threadripper 3960X and 3970X added Ryzen 5 3500X, Epyc 7H12, Ryzen 9 3900 (work by ??) added GeForce 1650 and 1660 Super fixed Opteron 13xx series CPU core Deneb --> Suzuka fixed some Phenom II X4 CPU core Deneb --> Propus added Quadro 5000M added more Radeon Hybrid variants (work by leeghoofd) added Cascade Lake-X lineup (total count: 4) (work by ??) added Xeon E-2200 lineup (total count: 12) added Xeon E-2276M (work by leeghoofd), Xeon-E2286M September, 7th 2019 added missing Amber Lake-Y CPUs (total count: 3) added Ice Lake Gen11 integrated GPUs (total count: 3) added UHD Graphics 610, 615, 617, 620 (Whiskey Lake), P630 (mobile) added Iris Plus Graphics 645 small name scheme fix for Intel GPUs August, 22th 2019 added BGA5903 added Cascade Lake Xeon lineup (total count: 75) added Epyc Rome lineup (total count: 19) several missing Coffee Lake / Kaby Lake / Whiskey Lake CPUs (total count: 20) added Ice Lake mobile CPUs (total count: 11) removed Core i3 9000 CPU added BCM 2711 SoC added VIA Luke Core Fusion lineup (total count: 3) added VideoCore VI added GDDR5X variants of GTX 1070 and 1060 6GB added several old Nvidia Quadro Go cards July, 6th 2019 added Radeon RX 5700, 5700 XT added GeForce RTX 2060, 2070, 2080 Super June, 6th 2019 added Mobile Coffee Lake Refresh lineup (total count: 5) added Ryzen 3000 Zen2 lineup (total count: 5) added Whiskey Lake U CPUs (total count: 6) May, 6th 2019 added Coffee Lake Refresh lineup (total count: 20) added GeForce GTX 1650, GeForce GTX 1660 Ti Max-Q, GeForce GTX 1650 Mobile, GeForce RTX 2070 Max-Q, GeForce RTX 2080 Max-Q, GeForce MX230, GeForce MX250 added Radeon R7 Graphics (Wani, 512 Shaders), Radeon Pro 570X, Radeon Pro 575X, Radeon Pro 580X, Radeon Pro Vega 48, Radeon RX 560 XT added Ryzen 3000 Picasso lineup (total count: 11) February, 9th 2019 added PCIe 4.0 added Athlon 240GE, Epyc 7371, Athlon II X4 610E, 615E added Core i9 9990XE, Core i9 9900KF, Core i7 9700KF, Core i5 9600KF, Core i5 9400F, Core i3 9350KF fixed name W-3175X to Xeon W-3175X added Radeon VII, Radeon Instinct Mi50, 60 November, 12th 2018 added Radeon RX 590 added Radeon Pro V340 added Radeon Pro Vega 16/20 October, 30th 2018 added A8-7870 added Athlon 200GE (work by Antinomy) added Athlon PRO 200GE September, 19th 2018 added Ryzen 5 2600H, Ryzen 7 2800H added Radeon Pro WX 4150 September, 12th 2018 added Athlon 220GE, Athlon Pro 220GE fixed Core name of Phenom II X4 650T from Thuban to Zosma (reported by cbjaust, work by Antinomy) added Ryzen 7 Pro 2700X, Pro 2700, Ryzen 5 Pro 2600 Ryzen subfamilies where renamed as a little experiment for a complete overhaul of subfamilies in the db. Basically the name of the subfamily should better reflect the marketing name of the CPU. I.E. "Ryzen 7 (Summit Ridge)" turned into "Ryzen 7 1000 Series". Leave a comment if you like or not. added Quadro P3200 Max-Q September, 2nd 2018 added Xeon E5 2658A v3, 2698A v3 fixed naming of some Xeon CPUs, upper case "V" was turned into lower case "v" August, 20th 2018 added GeForce RTX 2060, 2070, 2080, 2080 ti moved GV100 from GeForce 2000 series to GeForce 1000 series added Xeon-D 2000 series lineup August, 16th 2018 added Quadro RTX lineup added GDDR6 (work by Frederik) fixed formatting issues in the GPU Hardware Browser (work by Frederik) fixed no CPU-Z preview picture appeared for validations made with https address (work by Frederik) fixed some chipsets pages where no longer accessible on the website (work by Frederik) it is now finally not longer possible to submit scores with multiple CPUs on single socket CPU systems, like 4x Core i7 7700k resulting in a 16 core result (work by Frederik) August, 13th 2018 added Geforce 705A added Xeon E5 2629 v3 (ES) added Radeon Pro WX 8200 added Kirin 658, 659 August, 6th 2018 fixed names of Threadripper 2970X, 2990X to 2970WX, 2990WX fixed frequency and tdp of Threadripper 2000 series CPUs added Threadripper 2920X added Geforce GTX 1050 Max Q August, 1st 2018 fixed wrong socket for Gemini Lake CPUs, BGA1090 instead of BGA1268 fixed name of Celeron N5000 to Pentium Silver N5000 (typo) fixed name of Pentium J5005 to Pentium Silver J5005 added Q270, C604, Gemini Lake chipsets added a little bit over 180 missing Gigabyte and Asus ROG boards to db July, 26th 2018 fixed wrong GCN architecture for "Topaz", should be GCN 3.0 instead of 1.0 added Radeon 530X / 535, Radeon Pro 555X, Radeon Pro 560X added Quadro P620, Quadro P3200, Quadro P5200 added Threadripper 2950X, 2970X added Core i5 8200Y, i7 8500Y added Xeon E-2000 lineup (total count: 10) added Core i9 9900K, i7 9700K added B450 chipset corrected socket of Epyc 7000 Series CPUs from TR4 to SP3 July, 16th 2018 added new subfamily for Exynos 9 added Exynos 9 9810 added Mali G72 MP18, Adreno 630 renamed Exynos 9 8895 Octa to Exynos 9 Octa 8895 renamed 3DFX to 3dfx July, 11th 2018 added Core i3 8100H added Coffee Lake Refresh Core i3 & i5 CPUs (total Count: 8 ) added Whiskey Lake Mobile CPUs (i5 8265U, i7 8565U) added Amber Lake-Y CPUs (m3 8100, m3 8114) split Core M subfamilies in Core m3, m5, m7 which fixes a bug in the Hardware browser displaying Core i3 mobile CPUs under the Core M category (for some unknown reason) added Ryzen Great Horny Owl embedded line up (total count: 4) added Epyc V3000 Series (total count: 8 ) added Threadripper 2990X July, 1st 2018 added Quadro P4200 added GeForce GT 330 (G92, DDR2) June, 18th 2018 added correct subfamily (Core i3 Mobile (Cannon Lake)) for Core i3 8121U added Intel UHD Graphics P630 added Ryzen 7 2700E, Ryzen 5 2600E, Ryzen 5 2500X, Ryzen 3 2300X May, 25th 2018 changed socket from bga1515 to bga1528 for CoffeeLake U chips added Core i3 7020U, Core i3 8121U (first Cannon Lake Chip!) renamed GeForce GTX 1060 to GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB (GP106), GeForce GTX 1060 (1152 Shaders) to GeForce GTX 1060 3 GB (GP106) / looks like they added memory size to the official marketing names added GeForce GTX 1060 5 GB, GeForce GTX 1060 3 GB (GP104), GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB (GP104), Quadro P500, Quadro P5000 (Notebook) added Snapdragon 630, 636, 640, 670, 710, 730, 845 April, 21st 2018 deleted K6 200MHz (Little Foot) and K6 233MHz (Little Foot) since these didn't exist on the market (work by Antinomy) Set GPU core to VegaM for Vega M IGPs instead of Raven Ridge. VegaM is GCN 4.0 fixed various typos in CPU names, Celeron D and Pentium M had a comma in their frequency instead of a dot April, 14th 2018 Added Core i7 8086K Added AMD X470 Deleted Embedded MMX 200 and Embedded MMX233 (work by Antinomy) Fixed Embedded 166MMX core - it's Tillamook (work by Antinomy) Renamed "Mobile Pentium MMX 166MHz" to "Mobile Pentium MMX 166MHz (P55C)" and added "Mobile Pentium MMX 166MHz (Tillamook)" (work by Antinomy) Renamed "Mobile Pentium MMX 200MHz" to "Mobile Pentium MMX 200MHz (Tillamook)" and added "Mobile Pentium MMX 200MHz (Tillamook)" (work by Antinomy) Set Tillamook 166 and 200 socket to TCP320 (work by Antinomy) Changed socket 5 Pentium Overdrive core from P5 to P54CS (work by Antinomy) Fixed typos with Mhz@MHz and Cyrix MII names (work by Antinomy) April, 4th 2018 Added Coffee Lake CPU lineup (total count: 28) Added Xeon E-2xxxM CPUs (total count: 2) Added Coffee Lake Chipsets Added Coffee Lake IGPs: UHD Graphics 630 (mobile), UHD Graphics 610, Iris Plus Graphics 655 Added Geforce GT 1030 (DDR4), Quadro GV100 March 2018 Added AMD Zen+ Pinnacle Ridge lineup (total count: 4) Cleaned Geforce GT 9800 category (separated 128 Shader variants) Added Apple A10 and A11 SoCs Fixed a bug where all Apple SoCs appeared as Allwinner Fixed a bug where multiple Geforce GPUs appeared in the wrong GPU family Added missing Bristol Rigde IGPs February 2018 Added Raven Ridge CPU lineup (total count: 4) Added Core i3 8130 Added Xeon P-8136 Celeron D CPUs have now frequency and socket in parenthesis, so it should be easier for the user to pick the correct category corrected core names for several Pentium (MMX) P5 CPUs in preparation for the old school comp split Pentium P5s CPUs in more sub families Added Geforce GTX / Quadro Max-Q variants (total count: 5) Added Geforce GT 810M GK107, GK117 Cleaned Geforce GT 620M Category, added GT 620M (GF119) January 2018 Added Gemini Lake CPU lineup (total count: 6) Added Vega M, 3, 6, 8, 11 IGPs Added Kaby Lake-G CPU lineup (total count: 4) Added new Xeon-W CPUs (total count: 3) All Intel CPUs should now have their exact CPU core, corrected E/EX/EP server variants, added S/U/H/R/G CPU Core notebook/desktop variants, older CPUs have cache sizes added to their name Added missing Geforce GT415 / GT415M Added UHD Graphics 600/605 (Gemini Lake) Cleaned Geforce GTX 950M, split in DDR3 and GDDR5, added GDDR5 variant December 2017 Added Knights Mill lineup (total count: 3) Added Opteron X CPUs (total count: 3) Added multiple missing AMD and Intel 386 CPUs (total count: 9) Added 8 core variants of Ryzen 5 1600 (total count: 2) Added multiple missing AMD APUs (Bristol Ridge, Stoney Ridge, Carrizo) (total count: 12) Added Celeron M763 Fixed a bug where the Pentium M category in the hardware browser showed the wrong CPUs Cleaned Pentium M / Celeron M categories, merged J and A suffixed CPUs and other CPUs where no difference can be detected by CPU-Z July - November 2017 added Nvidia Max-Q cards added socket 2011-1 required by some Haswell and Broadwell highend Xeon CPUs added Xeon-W Series CPUs added Xeon-D Series CPUs added Xeon Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum CPU lineup added Atom C3000 Series CPUs added Radeon R6 and R8 Hybrid GPUs added AMD EPYC CPU Series added Ryzen Threadripper Series added Intel Coffee Lake CPUs added serveral missing Carizzo and Bristol Ridge CPUs added AMD G series embedded CPUs added Kaby Lake refresh mobile CPUs added Skylake-X / Kaby Lake-X CPUs added Radeon Sky GPUs added FireStream series GPUs added Radeon embedded series cards added Raven Ridge GPUs added Intel UHD Graphics GPUs added Radeon Instinct series cards added integrated Stoney and Bristol Ridge GPUs cleaned Geforce GTS 450 categories fixed names of ATi Mobility cards e.g. Radeon 9800 mobile turned into Mobility Radeon 9800 fixed Rage Mobility cards fixed and cleaned Mobility Radeon X700 cards January - June 2017 merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z2520 merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z3480 merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z3560 merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z3580 merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z3590 merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z3735G merged three duplicated entries of Atom Z3735F merged two duplicated entries of Atom Z2560 added Kirin 655, Exynos 9 8895 Octa, Snapdragon 835 MSM8998, Exynos 7 Octa 7870, Exynos 7 Quad 7578 merged Radeon HD 6320m and Radeon HD 6320 into: Radeon HD 6320 merged Riva TNT2 M64 and Riva TNT2 M64 16MB into: Riva TNT2 M64 AGP merged Riva TNT2 and Riva TNT2 16MB andTNT2 Pro into: Riva TNT2/TNT2 Pro added Radeon R9 390 x2, Radeon R7 350, FirePro D300, Radeon RX 580, Radeon RX 570, Radeon RX 560, Radeon RX 550, Radeon RX 540, Radeon Pro WX 7100, Radeon R7 450, Radeon R9 M470X, Radeon HD 6450M, FirePro W4190M, Radeon Pro Duo (Polaris), Radeon R7 M460, Radeon R7 A360, Radeon Pro 580, Radeon Vega Frontier Edition added Mali-T880MP12, Mali-G71 MP20, Adreno 540 added GMA600 added 3D Rage LT Pro AGP added GeForce GTX 760 x2, Titan Xp, Riva 128 PCI, Quadro M520, GeForce 910M (GK208), GeForce 910M (GF117), GeForce GT 1030, Tesla V100, Quadro P600, Quadro P1000, Quadro P2000, Quadro P3000, Quadro P4000, Quadro M1200, Quadro M2200, Quadro FX 1800M, Tesla P40 added Xeon PHI lineup added Atom x3-C3200RK, Atom x3-C3205RK, Atom x3-C3235RK, Atom x3-C3265RK, Atom x3-C3295RK, Atom x3-C3405, Atom x5-Z8330, Atom x7-Z8750, Atom x5-E8000, Atom x5-Z8550, Xeon E5 2622 v3, Core i5 7640X, Core i7 7740X, Core i7 7800X, Core i9 7900X, Core i7 7820X, Core i9 7920X, Core i9 7940X, Core i9 7960X, Core i9 7980XE, Core i3 6157U added GX-217GI, GX-420GI, Epyc 7601, Epyc 7551, Epyc 7501, Epyc 7451, Epyc 7401, Epyc 7351, Epyc 7301, Epyc 7281, Epyc 7251, Epyc 7551P, Epyc 7401P, Epyc 7351P Core name of Opteron 144-156 Socket 939 CPUs was changed from San Diego to Venus Clockspeed of Athlon XP 1800+ Thoroughbred was corrected from 1466Mhz to 1533Mhz http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/twister_k/ - change socket to "integrated", change core name to "8D02" (work by Antinomy) http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/twister/ - change socket to "integrated", core name to "8D01" (work by Antinomy) http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/s3g_unichrome/ - rename to "Unichrome", the "s3g" prefix duplicates family name (work by Antinomy) http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/s3g_unichrome_pro/ - same here, remove s3g in the name (work by Antinomy) Change Unichrome core from CLE266 to KM400 (work by Antinomy) Change name "ProSavage8 DDR " to "ProSavageDDR" like in drivers. http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/prosavage8_ddr/ , change core name to "8D04" (devID), change socket to "integrated" (work by Antinomy) Change "ProSavage 8A26" to "ProSavage". http://hwbot.org/hardware/videocard/prosavage_8a26/ , change socket to "integrated", change core name to "8A26" (DevID) (work by Antinomy) Intel Atom cleanup (merged duplicates, corrected core names, corrected CPU subfamilies) corrected Specs and names for Skylake-X, Kabylake-X, Ryzen CPUs Cleaned Qualcom SoCs categories
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  14. Think it's a good idea to see general progress and track history of changes. July, 27th 2021 Fixed some mistakes in s940 motherboards. Should all be fine now. June, 2nd 2021 Renamed Celeron 800MHz (s423) to Pentium 800MHz (ES, s423). Mr.Paco has a strange CPU even for similar ES in this hw category but it's not a Celly. May, 24th 2021 Deleted Mobility Radeon 9100 Pro IGP (doesn't seem to exist) April, 14th 2021 Renamed Radeon 7000 IGP to Mobility Radeon 7000 IGP and moved to Mobility family Moved Radeon Xpress 1200 series to Radeon Xpress family April, 13th 2021 Changed Radeon HD2100, Mobility Radeon HD 4200, Mobility Radeon HD 4250, Mobility Radeon HD 4270, Mobility Radeon HD 4225 socket to integrated (chipset) February, 15th 2021 Renamed ION core name to "MCP7A-LP" (as marked on MCP itself) February, 6th 2021 Renamed socket "PCIe" to "PCIe 1.0" and "PCIe2.0" to "PCIe 2.0" (my perfectionist is happy now) Changed Matrox G400 16MB socket from AGP 2x to 4x. January, 22nd 2021 Renamed GPU socket integrated to integrated (CPU) and added socket integrated (chipset) - done by Leeghoofd. Moved chipset IGPs to socket integrated (chipset) to separate them from integrated (CPU) parts - done by Leeghoofd and me. December, 30th 2020 Changed SiS 315E socket to AGP 4x Changed Voodoo 4 4500 socket to AGP 2x Removed SiS 770 from Mirage 3 chipsets, didn't seem to appear at all (SiS 771 seems to exist only as ES boards) December, 23rd 2020 Renamed 3Dimage 9880 core name to "9880" Renamed CyberBlade XP core name to 9900 Renamed CyberBlade XP2 core name to 9990 December, 22nd 2020 Added Geforce G200 Added A9-9425 Renamed CyberBlade/i1 to Blade 3D Turbo integrated and moved affiliated scores from Blade 3D integrated Changed Blade 3D integrated core name to MVP4 and Blade 3D Turbo integrated core name to PLE133/KLE133 for easy understanding. Blade 3D int. default clocks are up to 100MHz whereas Blade 3D Turbo int. default clocks are up to 133MHz hence the split up. October, 26th 2020 Added Xeon Platinum 8167M, 8175M, Core i5 8260U, Core i5 4470, Core i7 4560U, FX-4330. October, 20th 2020 Fixed core names for Geforce 9300, 9400, Quadro FX 470 (MCP7A family). October, 16th 2020 Combined GeForce 7050 PV DDR1/DDR2 categories into one, renamed to GeForce 7050 PV. Looks like NVIDIA iGPUs are finally cleaned up. October, 15th 2020 Fixed GeForce 7100 core name from G73 to C73 Fixed GeForce 7000M core name from 7000M to C67 October, 14th 2020 Added GeForce 9100 IGP and moved corresponding results there Added Geforce 7150 IGP and moved corresponding results there, fixed core names for both 7150M and 7150 IGP October, 13th 2020 Changed NVIDIA ION2 socket to "PCIe" (since it's a discrete chip) Changed "GeForce 8200 (IGP)" to "GeForce 8200 IGP" for unification Changed GeForce 8200M G core to MCP79MVL Changed "Nvidia ION 2" to "ION 2" Changed "Nvidia ION integrated" to "ION", moved to Geforce 9 family (share same MCP79 family and hence, graphics) Renamed "GeForce 9400 (integrated)" to "GeForce 9400 IGP" Renamed "GeForce 9300 (integrated)" to "GeForce 9300 IGP" Renamed "GeForce 9200 (integrated)" to "GeForce 9200 IGP" June, 11th 2020 Renamed Wildcat Realizm W20 core to Wildcat Realizm VPU as per white paper (referred to as "VPU" in white paper) June, 9th 2020 Deleted Volari 8600, 8600XT, Kyro II SE - they were never released, only ES and not seen in the wild. If they pop up, will re-add Renamed 3DLabs company to "3Dlabs" Merged Permedia 2 family with 3DLabs Wildcat family and renamed it to 3Dlabs (single family for all 3Dlabs cards - Wildcat, Oxygen and Permedia series) Renamed Oxygen GVX1 GPU from P3 to GLINT R3 as in press release Renamed Wildcat 4 card and GPU to "Wildcat4" according to white paper June, 5th 2020 Changed Volari V8 GPU to XG40 Changed Volari Duo V8 Ultra GPU count to 2 Changed V3 clocks to 200/200 Changed V3XT clocks to 250/207 Changed V3XT GPU to XG42 (seems V3 is DX8.1 and V3XT is DX9) June, 3th 2020 Changed SiS 315 64 bit to SiS 315E 64bit, clocks to 143/143 and core to 315E Fixed SiS 300, 305 clocks May, 29th 2020 Changed Voodoo2 core name from SST-2 to SSTV2 (according to string names in drivers and Everest) Changed GPU family "3DFx Voodoo" to "3dfx Voodoo". Logo was 3Dfx in the early days (V1-V2) and changed to 3dfx starting from V3. But never 3DFx Changed Voodoo Rush clocks to 50/50. Guess it's all for fixing 3dfx Fixed Xabre 200 clocks from 200/166 to 200/200 Fixed Xabre 80 clocks from 183/166 to 200/166 and memory bus width from 64 to 128 Need to delete Xabre 600SE, doesn't seem to exist May, 28th 2020 Fixed Voodoo 3 1000 clocks Changed "Voodoo 3 2000 PCI" socket from AGP to PCI May, 25th 2020 Changed Media GX CPUs socket to BGA352 Changed Media GXi CPUs socket to BGA352 Deleted Media GXi 120, 133 - don't seem to exist Renamed Media GXi 150 (model doesn't seem to exist) to 200 (does exist) Changed Media GXm socket 5/7 to PGA320 (mechanically compatible with socket 7 but different pinout, don't work in socket 5/7 boards) Added cores GXm, GXi, GX April, 6th 2019 Changed socket "P" to "P (478)" for clarification Changed socket "M" to "M (478)" for clarification, changed it to uni-processor only Changed socket "462" to "A (462)" for clarification, changed to MP capable March, 14th 2019 Fixed RTX 2000 specs (clocks, bus width, pipelines, core names) Added Geforce GTX 1660 Ti and Geforce GTX 1660 S3 Unichrome - changed GPU clock from 166 to 133 deleted mem speed for both ProSavage, both Unichrome and both Twister GPUs (they use system memory hence mem speed option has no sense for them) February, 19th 2019 deleted stepping name appendix in VIA Eden CPU names (only one category had two CPUs with one name and are identified by core) changed all Nehemiah+ entries to Nehemiah ("Nehemiah+" is a so-called core name. Datasheet corresponds to it as a simple core stepping i.e. "Stepping 8 and higher") January 2019 changed VIA Eden-N socket to nanoBGA changed VIA Eden ESP socket to EBGA368 changed Geode GX socket to BGA396 changed GX2 core architecture to x86 fixed L2 cache for VIA C3 cores deleted VIA C3 850 (no proof of existence of real CPUs, only mentions in datasheets) changed VIA C3 1.33 and 1.4GHz socket to EBGA368 changed VIA C3 XP1000 to VIA C3 750A C5C (appears there were not only XP1000 markings but regular ones too) 2017-2018 Big cleanup for all SiS IGP and S3 IGP categories
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