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Dear CPU Scorekeeper

I want to do some private analysis of the information contained on the All CPU Benchmarks & Comparison Scores page. After copying some of the information down by hand, I can see that this is going to be a formidable task. I was wondering if you had the raw data contained in a spreadsheet that I could use to expedite my task.

This information will not be used by anyone but me.

- - Microsoft, July 2000

See the questionCPU Scorekeeper Responds

The source information for our benchmark scores are available through our Vendor Links and Independent Hardware Links pages.

While I can sympathise with the formidable task you wish to undertake, the raw data behind our CPU Scorecard lists are not freely available, except as how the results are published on our site.

We welcome you to visit our site to obtain any information useful for your project. However, the raw data behind the information, as we have compiled it, is proprietary.

Please note also that our CPU scores are intended as estimates only and are subject to revision at any time as new benchmark results become available. Keep this in mind when using our published information for any detailed, private analysis.

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