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I need some help gathering data...

I wrote a PSU Calculator in the last few days, I've called it PowerAid, pictures below. Everything is done now except the icon, a few finishing touches, and the data...

I need someone who wouldn't mind gathering and formatting data regarding CPUs and GPUs. Series that are older, or have similar TDPs, Freqs and Vcores across the board can be grouped.

CPU format:
CODENAME("NAME", TDP, VCORE, CLOCK)

CODENAME how-to:
Axxxx for AMD processors
Ixxxx for intel processors

examples:
Ii7_900("Intel Core i7-900 series", 120, 1.25, 3000),
APII965("AMD Phenom II 965", 125, 1.4, 3400)

GPU format:
CODENAME("NAME", TDP, VCORE, CLOCK)

CODENAME how-to:
AMDxxxx for AMD cards
NVxxxx for nVidia cards

examples:
AMD6870("Radeon 6870", 150, 0.98, 900)
NV560Ti("Nvidia GTX 560 Ti", 170, 0.95, 822)

Things I need:
CPU
Intel
Core i3-500 series
Core i5-500 series
Core i5-600 series
Core i7-800 series
Core i7-900 series
Core i7-900 Extreme series
Core i3-2100
Core i5-2300
Core i5-2400
Core i5-2500
Core i5-2500K
Core i7-2600
Core i7-2600K
Core 2 Quad Q-series

AMD
Athlon II series
Phenom II series
Phenom FX series

GPU
Nvidia
Nvidia 8000 series
Nvidia 9000 series
Nvidia G200 series
Nvidia G400 series
Nvidia G500 series

ATI
AMD 4000 series
AMD 5000 series
AMD 6000 series


I'm not asking any single person to do all of them, but if everyone could just contribute a few it would be so excellent. I will give credits to anyone who contributes at least one series of CPU/GPU, credits will pop up on start up of program. I would give more, but the program is free indefinitely, so credits is all I can give. Now for some pictures...

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Guys, I would really appreciate this, I'm sure others would too. The calculator has an autoclock feature for both GPUs and CPUs, you input desired frequency, and it'll approximate needed voltage.
Edited by Ahmedbasil1 - 11/11/11 at 10:59am