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PCB is a website designed to allow you to store and record a list of your hardware. Currently it supports CPUs, GPUs & Benchmarks.

The plan is to expand this with other components and allow you to share information between users. Long term it will contain a place to store and compare benchmarks.

You can sign up here: http://pcb.vogonswiki.com/

Very basic todo list or ideas list:

  • Bootstrap 3 interface - Version 1.5
  • Public Profiles
  • Sharing data between users or all users (with private options too)
  • Export to CSV & PDF (would be nice to create some nice downloadable PDFs with benchmarks/reviews etc)
    • Added export CPUs to CSV - Version 2.5
  • Computers
    • CPU - Version 2.0 (multiple)
      • Actual Running Speed
    • Motherboard
    • RAM (multiple)
    • Case
    • HDD (multiple)
    • Video Card - Version 2.1 (multiple)
    • Sound Card
    • Network Card (multiple)
    • PSU
    • CD/DVD (multiple)
    • Operating System (multiple)
  • Benchmark Applications
    • Name - Version 2.0
    • Version
  • Benchmark Tests
    • Name - Version 2.0
    • Resolution - Version 2.0
    • Comment (i.e FSAA, AF etc) - Version 2.0
  • Benchmarks
    • Benchmark Test ID - Version 2.0
    • Computer ID - Version 2.0
    • Value - Version 2.0
  • CPU
    • Manufacturer - Version 1.0
    • Family
    • Stepping - Version 1.0
    • MHz - Version 1.0
    • FPU Cores
    • ALU Cores
    • Bus Speed
    • Multiplier
    • Socket

Version 1

First Release

Changes

  • First Release
  • Supports storing a list of CPUs

Version 1.5 - Dec 2015

New Interface - Version 1.5

Changes

  • Responsive (mobile device support) Bootstrap 3 interface & theme
  • Various upgrades to the framework to support future features.
  • Migrated code repo from svn to gitlab

Version 2.0 - Dec 2015

Global Results Graphing
Computer Profiles

Changes

  • You can now create computers with: name, description and CPU
  • You can now create benchmark results from a fixed list of Applications and Benchmarks (these need to be populated)
  • You can now see a graph and results of similar benchmarks
  • Includes a range of 3dmark applications and default benchmark option
  • Quake 3 Demo with 2 time demo 1 benchmarks


Version 2.1 - Dec 2015

Changes

  • You can now add Video Cards
  • You can now edit your computer
  • You can now assign a Video Card to your computer
  • Results changed to Bar Graph

Version 2.2 - Dec 2015

Changes

  • You can now upload/attach files to a computer
  • Gallery for files

Version 2.5 - May 2018

Changes

  • New improved theme
  • You can now export CPUs to a CSV file
  • Added additional benchmark applications (Doom, Quake, PCPBench & 3DBENCH2)

Video Demo