CPU frequency per year

Problem Detail: I know that since ~2004, Moore’s law stopped working for CPU clock speed. I’m looking for a graph showing this, but am unable to find it: most charts out there show the transistor count or the capacity per year. Where can I find some data showing the CPU frequency of computers (anything is fine, personal computers, servers, laptops, …) from the last few decades to today?
Raw data that I can plot myself would be fine as well (hum, probably even better).

Asked By : peoro

Answered By : Mark Johnson

Bob Warfield wrote a blog post (A Picture of the MultiCore Crisis) that has the kind of graph you’re looking for. Update It sounds like the Stanford CPU DB has what you’re looking for. You can browse visualizations and download the raw data.
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