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1 hour ago, TaPaKaH said:

Can CPU-Z distinguish between these two models?

No

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Then I would say that a separate category is useless since there is no way to verify which version was used.
Also, I'm not sure if there is any actual practical (=overclocking) difference between the two versions - I had some EE versions of X2 chips and they seemed exactly the same.

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13 hours ago, TaPaKaH said:

Then I would say that a separate category is useless since there is no way to verify which version was used.
Also, I'm not sure if there is any actual practical (=overclocking) difference between the two versions - I had some EE versions of X2 chips and they seemed exactly the same.

And I would agree.

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18 minutes ago, Leeghoofd said:

so I pull them again ? 😛

IMO, probably Greg's also, they should have never been put in their own categories.

Sempron Manilla 3000+ covers all of them.

Up to the user to find the best OC'ing OPN.

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13 hours ago, Liq-met said:

Also to separate Athlon 64 3800+ (Orleans) on 45W  `n` 59W.

no point, CPU-Z won't tell them apart. All the validations for Orleans core CPU Frequency are the F2 variants (ADA3800IAA4CN (F2) or ADA3800IAA4CW (F2)). Until someone shows up with the F3 variant (ADA3800IAA4DH (F3)) or the 45W one (Lima - ADH3800IAA4DE (G1)) there's no point adding a category for the missing ones.

                   
                   

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I would agree that unless there's some actual dramatic difference between various tdp bins not much reason for seperate categories. I don't think we have categories for various steppings on any other cpus? 

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Yeah I actually meant that there are two chips with the same name with different specs but only one category can be created in the db for the reason already mentioned here. This results in the fact that some specs of this entry are always wrong. See that 35W vs 59W issue. So better just to list the common ones (IMO)

 Ideally we could create an entry for both in the db, but later have a unified ranking. Maybe something for the devs (would help with the rebranded stuff a LOT,  also de-uglyfy some category names).

 

 

 

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