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Do you want to check how powerful your computer is when comparing with your friend’s computer?
CPU-Z is fundamentally a tool that use to check information about the main components of a PC, including CPU, Memory and Baseboard information.
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CPU-Z is a straight away use software. You don’t have to install it, just de-compress the .zip format file and double click to launch the .exe format fie. Once you have launched the program, the following information will be shown:
1. Name and number
2. Core Process and stepping
4. Core Voltage
5. Internal and external clock frequency, clock multiplier
6. Supported instructions
7. All cache levels (localization,size, speed, technology)
1. Manufacturer, model and revision
2. BIOS model and date
3. Chipset (northbridge and southbridge) and sensor
4. Graphic Interface
1. Frequency and time.
2. Specification of the memory modules using SPD (Serial Presence Detect): manufacturer, series number, timetable
1. Windows and DirectX version
Depends on what your Operating System is, CPU-Z is able to recognize practically based the type of microprocessor and motherboard.
CPU-Z for different Operating Systems are available for download as follow:
1. Download CPU-Z for Windows 2000
2. Download CPU-Z for Windows 2003
3. Download CPU-Z for Windows 98
4. Download CPU-Z for Windows Me
5. Download CPU-Z for Windows NT
6. Download CPU-Z for Windows Vista
7. Download CPU-Z for Windows XP
8. Download CPU-Z for Windows 7