CPU-Z gives the user information such as a processor name and vendor, core stepping and process, a processor package, internal and external clocks, a clock multiplier, partial overclock detection, and processor features. These include supported instructions sets. This program supports detection of the processor’s core voltage, L2 bus width, and support for two processors in Windows NT or Windows 2000 only, and memory timing (CAS Latency, RAS to CAS, RAS Precharge). Its latest version contains added support for the following hardware – AMD A6-6420K, A4-6320, and A4-4020, Intel Core i7-4770R and Core i5-4570R Crystal Well. It also has an added graphic card vendor.
CPU-Z is a type of freeware. Though those not well versed in its technology may be turned off by all of this data, computer lovers will discover a lot about their PCs. Its interface features seven tabs that catalog everything from their motherboard’s chipset and manufacturer, for their clock’s technical details. In between, information was quickly found about their PC’s memory, cache, graphics, and SPD. CPU-Z lays everything out in easy-to-read tables full of technical terms and numbers. Seeking this information out through traditional methods would have taken much longer.
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