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SPC Benchmark 1 (SPC-1),
SPC Benchmark 1 Energy Extension (SPC-1/E) Specification

The current and previous versions of the SPC-1 specification, which includes the SPC-1/E Energy Extension, are listed below. The "Effective Date" designates the date on which the current version replaces the previous version. Benchmark results may be released to be compliant with a version of the specification that has an "Effective Date" in the future.

Questions and comments concerning the specification may be sent to the SPC Administrator.

Version
(effective date)
Description/Comments Format
v1.14
(12 May 2013)
See "Document History" (page viii) for a list of revisions PDF (1,207 KB)
v1.13
(18 November 2012)
See "Document History" (page vi) for a list of revisions PDF (744 KB)


SPC Benchmark 2 (SPC-2)
SPC Benchmark 2/Energy Extension (SPC-2/E) Specification

The current and previous versions of the SPC-2 specification, which includes the SPC-2/E Energy Extension, are listed below. The "Effective Date" designates the date on which the current version replaces the previous version. Benchmark results may be released to be compliant with a version of the specification that has an "Effective Date" in the future.

Questions and comments concerning the specification may be sent to the SPC Administrator.

Version
(effective date)
Description/Comments Format
v1.5
(12 May 2013)
See "Document History" (page 4) for a list of revisions             PDF (1,114 KB)
v1.4
(18 November 2012)
See "Document History" (page 2) for a list of revisions        PDF (832 KB)

 

SPC Benchmark 1C (SPC-1C)
SPC Benchmark 1C/Energy Extension (SPC-1C/E) Specification

The current and previous versions of the SPC-1C specification, which includes the SPC-1C/E Energy Extension, are listed below. The "Effective Date" designates the date on which the current version replaces the previous version. Benchmark results may be released to be compliant with a version of the specification that has an "Effective Date" in the future.

Questions and comments concerning the specification may be sent to the SPC Administrator.

Version
(effective date)
Description/Comments Format
v1.5
(12 May 2013)
See "Document History" (page 3) for a list of revisions PDF (1,033 KB)
v1.4
(18 November 2012)
See "Document History" (page vi) for a list of revisions PDF (783 KB)

 

SPC Benchmark 2C (SPC-2C)
SPC Benchmark 2C/Energy Extension (SPC-2C/E) Specification

The current and previous versions of the SPC-2C specification, which includes the SPC-2C/E Energy Extension, are listed below. The "Effective Date" designates the date on which the current version replaces the previous version. Benchmark results may be released to be compliant with a version of the specification that has an "Effective Date" in the future.

Questions and comments concerning the specification may be sent to the SPC Administrator.

Version
(effective date)
Description/Comments Format
v1.4
(12 May 2013)
See "Document History" (page 2) for a list of revisions PDF (1,619 KB)
v1.3
(18 November 2012)
See "Document History" (page 2) for a list of revisions             PDF (909 KB)

 

SPC Benchmark 3BRTM (SPC-3BR) Draft Specification
Public Review Version

The current public review version of the SPC-3BR draft specification is available for download.

Questions and comments concerning the draft specification may be sent to the SPC-3BR Technical Subcommittee.

Version
(release date)
Description/Comments Format
v0.0.11
(3 December 2007)
Initial Public Review Version             PDF (496 KB)


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