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    Default openbenchmarking wrong search data

    The "new picks" feature is nice. It showed FX-8350, click it, it took me here:
    http://openbenchmarking.org/s/AMD%20...0%20Eight-Core

    This page has a set of results, but none of them include the fx-8350. Buggy search?

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    Quote Originally Posted by curaga View Post
    The "new picks" feature is nice. It showed FX-8350, click it, it took me here:
    http://openbenchmarking.org/s/AMD FX-8350 Eight-Core

    This page has a set of results, but none of them include the fx-8350. Buggy search?
    Yes, it's a known issue. It basically comes down to the search being funky when: It sees that the product/component exists in the openBenchmarking.org database and sees some information about it, so it's indeed a real/genuine product. But when it then doesn't see any public results available for that component that it knows is real and exists within the database, it tries to expand the scope in case the string format is wrong or reported differently. At the moment then for some products it hits some bogus data. Once there are results viewable for such queries, then it corrects itself.

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    For clarity, could that be stated on the page?

    "No exact matches, here are some guessed results:"

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