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CPU Launch Date - File Export

Sets4life
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HI

 

I have a question, I would like to know if there is a way to export all intel cpu with launch date, in a csv file.

 

In our environment, we are working with cpu age,  every time a new cpu come out, we need to go on intel site to get the launch date of the cpu. We are trying to automate our system so we would not have to do any manual step. 

 

Any recommendation.

 

 

 

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AlHill
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Using ARK, I selected Processors.

https://ark.intel.com/content/www/us/en/ark/search/featurefilter.html?productType=873

 

Then, at the bottom of the page, I kept selecting "show more" until there were no more.  It does not take that long.

This took me all the way back to 1999.

Then, in my browser, edit, I selected all, and copied to Excel.

Then, I deleted the garbage at the top and bottom.

I added the headers, and sorted to get rid of the blank lines.

I was left with 2803 processors.

I added the columns AL1 and AL2 to break up the (Qx,year).

Then, I sorted by AL2 (largest to smallest), and AL1  (a to z)

 

Voila - you have your list attached.  Your Launch Date is in column C, and in the AL1 and AL2 columns.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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AlHill
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A bit more info - Using the ARK filters with show only current products set to NO, I ran the selection again.

There were three errors in my first spreadsheet, which I have removed.

Attached is the latest, with only 2800 processors.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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Sets4life
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Hi

 

Thanks,  for your assistance, this will definitely help, I was doing the same process but by family which was taking for ever, I should had  look at all option, choosing current product set to no is showing everything.

 

With this we should be able to automated our process and just update the file every  6 months or so.

 

 

 

Thanks again 

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AlHill
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Glad to help.  There are three entries in the unmodified list provided by ark that have a second line, thus the difference between 2803 and 2800.  I removed those in my second spreadsheet.  And, there were two entries that had the quarter as 04 instead of Q4, which I corrected.

 

So, a little data cleaning and you should be good to go.  Every 6 months or so sounds good, but seeing that the data is all based on quarters, maybe every quarter?

 

It would be nice if ark would just allow a dump of all to a spreadsheet.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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Sets4life
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Hi

 

Thanks again, it bring me to think, is there a way I would be able to connect power bi to the link. I did try it bring me to the page but not able to select no so i am not able to view the entire list.

I also copy the actual link with the list, but only able to view 50 records in PowerBI.

 

Was just wandering if there is a way to be able to view all of them, tis way, it would auto update automatically, if not mistaken.

 

 

 

 

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AlHill
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I do not know Power BI, so I cannot say.   To me, I would like to change the number of records from 50 to ALL.

 

Maybe one of the Intel support folks can answer that.

 

Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
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