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  • Suggestion/request for *benchmark.net webpages - a filter

    Hi..... Not sure which forum topic to post this under exactly (maybe PC hardware and benchmarks? – but if its misplaced, please advise, delete and I’ll just repost to the correct topic. Thx )

    I had a simple suggestion/request pertaining to how users could view the *benchmark.net webpage results (whether it be for www.cpubenchmark.net or www.videocardbenchmark.net or www.memorybenchmark.net)

    The suggested idea is to provide for a filtering mechanism. I'll use the www.cpubenchmark.net page as an example. To view the desired benchmark results, if a user wanted to focus on lets say, just AMD Ryzen processors, if they could just set the filter on AMD + Ryzen, and that would be great.

    The filter could allow for a single page of results that might normally be spread across multiple pages (when the device's attributes of focus are spread across the High-End + High-to-Mid-Range + Low-End pages). Plus the viewer would not necessarily have to scroll up and down the viewing page to get past all/most of the processors that they didn't care about.

    The filtering mechanism ideally would provide results filtered on things such as:
    AMD
    AMD EPYC
    AMD Ryzen threadripper
    AMD threadripper
    Intel
    Intel Core
    Intel i7
    Minimum/Maximum # of cores
    - 4
    - 6
    - 8
    - etc.
    Minimum/Maximum Base Clock-speed
    - 1.8 GHz
    - 2.0 GHz
    - 2.4 GHz
    - etc.
    Min/Max Avg CPU Mark score
    - 15000
    - 18000
    - etc.
    Min/Max Single Thread Rating
    - 3000
    - 3500
    - etc.

    Of course, I realize implementation might not be so simple as suggesting the idea. But I thought I'd put it out there in case nobody had suggested it before. It might be interesting to see how many others would also benefit from such a filtering tool.

    Anyhow, thank you for reading and hopefully entertaining the suggestion.
    Dean
    Dean

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    You can do a lot of sorting and filtering on the Mega CPU page.

    Including by model name, CPU cores. socket type, performance and more.

    Filtering for AMD Ryzen isn't required as all Ryzens are from AMD. So just filtering on just "Ryzen" is enough. There are 346 Ryzen models at the moment by the way, so more than you can see on a page without scrolling.

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    • #3
      Thank you for the quick response. Sorry I haven't been able to get back to this until now.
      So in response to your suggesting the Mega List, gee..... had a known that was there or what it was, I would not have bothered with my suggestion. It looks almost exactly like what I had wished was available. Normally I explore tools and different options on a webpage, but seeing the term Mega List meant nothing to me and so I just never went there. If it had said something like CPU Filtering Tool, I would have been all over it
      Anyhow, thank you for the help. Feel free to close this if you'd like.
      Dean
      Dean

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      • #4
        but seeing the term Mega List meant nothing to me​
        It seemed like a good name at the time

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