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2 hours ago, Liq-met said:

What allowed?

2 hours ago, Liq-met said:

?

 

2 hours ago, Liq-met said:

I`am want to add postfix such as Vostro 200. E.g. the Inspiron.

This board was sold not only in Dell computers but separately too. So it's a regular board. Just been installed in Vostro 200.

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Old subs of hwbot_prime not fixed!

http://hwbot.org/submission/3137744_indrico_hwbot_prime_atom_z2580_1187_pps   such allow an empty data?

2533GHZ it`s a new revision of Celeron d 325?

Ok. I gave an example, such as Insprion. But my DG33BU was part of the Depo computers and Dell usually release their m.b in the composition of computers.

http://hwbot.org/submission/2622117_mattdj_aquamark_radeon_hd_5570_(gddr3_redwood)_134166_marks double

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On 19 Апрель 2018 г. at 1:54 AM, Antinomy said:

What allowed?

?

 

This board was sold not only in Dell computers but separately too. So it's a regular board. Just been installed in Vostro 200.


Hello

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8 minutes ago, Liq-met said:

But my DG33BU was part of the Depo computers and Dell usually release their m.b in the composition of computers.

So what? You can make a comment to the result. If this board was used only in Vostro systems and not sold separately, a suffix would be added (like some Intel OEM for Dell). Not in this case.
http://hwbot.org/hardware/processors#key=celeron_d_325_2533ghz_s478

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Intel Celeron D 325 (2,533GHz, s478)

Seems O.K. to me. Were did you find the 2533GHz line?

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Just now, Antinomy said:

So what? You can make a comment to the result. If this board was used only in Vostro systems and not sold separately, a suffix would be added (like some Intel OEM for Dell). Not in this case.
http://hwbot.org/hardware/processors#key=celeron_d_325_2533ghz_s478

Seems O.K. to me. Were did you find the 2533GHz line?

Old subs of hwbot_prime not fixed!

Seems like 2.533GHz (w/ a dot). But write should be 2 533 MHz or 2.5Ghz like here Pentium 4 3.0Ghz (Prescott)

 

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38 minutes ago, Liq-met said:

Old subs of hwbot_prime not fixed!

I don't deal with submissions, if they have been reported, result moderators will fix it.

39 minutes ago, Liq-met said:

Seems like 2.533GHz (w/ a dot). But write should be 2 533 MHz or 2.5Ghz like here Pentium 4 3.0Ghz (Prescott)

Yes, some categories have a dot separator and some have a comma. This is a minor issue, will get fixed. Should be "2.53GHz"

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9 hours ago, Antinomy said:

I don't deal with submissions, if they have been reported, result moderators will fix it.

Yes, some categories have a dot separator and some have a comma. This is a minor issue, will get fixed. Should be "2.53GHz"

My fault, in german we separate with comma, in english its a dot. Quick fixed that.

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3 hours ago, Liq-met said:

Report these submissions using the "Report this submission" button. They haven't been reported. This forum is not for result moderators.

3 hours ago, Liq-met said:

CPU fixed.

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7 hours ago, Liq-met said:

What so a long way?

What?

7 hours ago, Liq-met said:

They haven't been reported, because sometime i`am wait very a long time.

If you don't report them, you'll have to wait more than a long time.

7 hours ago, Liq-met said:

fixed.

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8 hours ago, Antinomy said:

Fixed

So what http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/core_2_duo_e6540/ still on a dead place?

Unworking link? http://hwbot.org/submission/3228020_viper_rd_cpu_frequency_sempron_2500_(palermo)_2860.99_mhz

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If you don't report them, you'll have to wait more than a long time.

  Very funny, not them and their.O.o

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43 minutes ago, Liq-met said:

Wrong submission have been moved to E6550 as written above. If you want something else, describe the mistake in detail. Same for all other "reports". Don't throw just link without normal description. Only a half of the reports can be understood from your words.

51 minutes ago, Liq-met said:

This link opens fine for me.

22 minutes ago, Liq-met said:

fixed

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13 hours ago, Liq-met said:

Unworking link for http://valid.x86.fr .

Don't report this here, this is not for results moderation. Use the report submission function.

13 hours ago, Liq-met said:

Yes, there's a bug, the team is working on it.

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11 hours ago, Mr.Scott said:

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/phenom_ii_x4_970t/

No such thing as a 970T.

It is a 970 BE  rev. E0  Zosma core.

The only sub in your 970T class is a 970 BE unlocked to 6 cores.

Needs to be moved and the 970T classification removed.

If the 970 be was capable of being unlocked to 6 cores then it should be called 970t. The normal 970 be was based on deneb. All thuban based cpus have a "t" after the number. Although for some reason the thuban based one is also called 970 be, even though by AMD's naming standards it would be called 970t. I think that it's still a good idea to call it 970t to distinguish it or else perhaps name it "970 be (zosma)" and add deneb for the normal cpu, as it is a different cpu than the deneb version.

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13 hours ago, Mr.Scott said:

The proper class is 970 BE Zosma.

Thuban has nothing to do with it.

HWB uses CPU World for reference for every other CPU. There is no reason not to use it for this one.

 

http://www.cpu-world.com/CPUs/K10/AMD-Phenom II X4 970 Black Edition - HDZ970FBK4DGR.html

Zosma is the Thuban die. That's like saying that Heka and Propus aren't just Deneb with cache or cores disabled. Or that Sargas isn't just Regor with a core disabled. But I get what you're talking about with AMD's codenames for the soft disabled versions of each of their dies.

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On 5/15/2018 at 2:40 AM, Mr.Scott said:

http://hwbot.org/hardware/processor/phenom_ii_x4_970t/

No such thing as a 970T.

It is a 970 BE  rev. E0  Zosma core.

The only sub in your 970T class is a 970 BE unlocked to 6 cores.

Needs to be moved and the 970T classification removed.

Yes, there is no 970T on CPUWorld. But we create separate categories for different cores. So there would be still two 970 categories. One Deneb, one Zosma.

As it is such a rare piece of hardware and Im not sure that CPUworld has the correct informations, I just leave it as 970T like CPU-Z identified it.

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