CPU names not reflecting dual CPU sockets
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Description

Looking at this -- https://opendata.blender.org/query/fastest-cpu

The AMD Epyc 7551 32 core score... is actually a dual socket score -- https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/970fqu/i_submitted_an_epyc_result_to_the_blender/

"Complete run took 15:26.06. Dual Epyc 7551 with 2x32 cores on a Supermicro board with 256 GB DDR4-2667 in 8 slots (only quad-channel per-CPU)."

This is misrepresented in the results, making the results look like a single CPU is that powerful instead of a dual socket configuration being that powerful.

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Type
Bug
Bastien Montagne (mont29) triaged this task as Incomplete priority.Aug 14 2018, 9:35 AM

Please follow our submission template and guidelines, also read these tips about bug reports, and make a complete, valid bug report, with required info, precise description of the issue (only ONE issue per report!), precise steps to reproduce it, small and simple .blend and/or other files to do so if needed, etc.
Videos and/or links to external sites etc. are not acceptable as bug report (they can be provided as additional information only).

Carlo Andreacchio (candreacchio) raised the priority of this task from Incomplete to Needs Triage.Aug 14 2018, 9:40 AM

This is not a bug report in terms of blender. It has no .blend file. It is to do with the new OpenData Blender website. I cannot produce a small simple blend file.

If you want steps.

  1. Use a dual socket CPU and run the opendata benchmark
  2. look at results
  3. look at how it doesnt differentiate between a single socket and dual socket setup.