CPU-Z 1.81 for Windows

by CPUID

Avg. Rating 4.7 (676 votes)

File Details

File Size 1.7 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 187,561
Publisher CPUID
Homepage CPU-Z

Publisher's Description

CPU-Z is a diagnostic tool that provides information on your CPU, including: processor name and vendor, core stepping and process, processor package, internal and external clocks, clock multiplier, partial overclock detection, processor features, supported instructions sets, L1 and L2 cache information, location, size, speed, and technology.

Latest Reviews

Bradbull

Bradbull reviewed v1.70 on Aug 6, 2014

Comprehensive tool, very useful when you want detailed info about your computer.

noBuddy

noBuddy reviewed v1.65.1 on Jul 16, 2013

Very good, helps a lot.
If you´re afraid to install adware: just download the non-install zip version from their homepage. That version deserves a 5+

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v1.63 on Feb 11, 2013

Very useful, beware of tool-bar installation though as mentioned below.

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v1.63 on Feb 10, 2013

Still going strong

dannyboy832

dannyboy832 reviewed v1.58 on Jun 25, 2011

Remember that if you deselect 'install ask toolbar' but leave other ones like set my home page to ask.com then it might still install toolbar.

I just untick EVERYTHING thats not related to the program I'm installing

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v1.57 on Feb 21, 2011

Great tool.

andrewbmoore

andrewbmoore reviewed v1.56 on Oct 27, 2010

Previous version failed to load due to beta expiration. This version fixed the issue perfectly. I've been using this tool to identify chip-set components and verify CPU speed scaling in my Intel i7 laptop. Regarding the previous poster, though I dislike programs that bundle the Ask Toolbar as much as anyone, unselecting the checkbox during setup DID stop the toolbar from being installed in my case.

jotte_ct

jotte_ct reviewed v1.56 on Oct 27, 2010

CPU-Z its a great program.
But only 2 stars because it comes w/ AskToolbar and even when you deselect it at installation time, it would install no matter what you selected and then there is no uninstall...

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed v1.55.2 Beta on Oct 19, 2010

CPU-Z betas are time limited, so the MOST RECENT VERSION NO LONGER FUNCTIONS. This is dumb.

AdamS

AdamS reviewed v1.55 on Jul 11, 2010

Was using speedfan to check system specs before, this is much better.

Avg. Rating 4.7 (676 votes)
Your Rating
Bradbull

Bradbull reviewed v1.70 on Aug 6, 2014

Comprehensive tool, very useful when you want detailed info about your computer.

noBuddy

noBuddy reviewed v1.65.1 on Jul 16, 2013

Very good, helps a lot.
If you´re afraid to install adware: just download the non-install zip version from their homepage. That version deserves a 5+

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v1.63 on Feb 11, 2013

Very useful, beware of tool-bar installation though as mentioned below.

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v1.63 on Feb 10, 2013

Still going strong

dannyboy832

dannyboy832 reviewed v1.58 on Jun 25, 2011

Remember that if you deselect 'install ask toolbar' but leave other ones like set my home page to ask.com then it might still install toolbar.

I just untick EVERYTHING thats not related to the program I'm installing

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v1.57 on Feb 21, 2011

Great tool.

andrewbmoore

andrewbmoore reviewed v1.56 on Oct 27, 2010

Previous version failed to load due to beta expiration. This version fixed the issue perfectly. I've been using this tool to identify chip-set components and verify CPU speed scaling in my Intel i7 laptop. Regarding the previous poster, though I dislike programs that bundle the Ask Toolbar as much as anyone, unselecting the checkbox during setup DID stop the toolbar from being installed in my case.

jotte_ct

jotte_ct reviewed v1.56 on Oct 27, 2010

CPU-Z its a great program.
But only 2 stars because it comes w/ AskToolbar and even when you deselect it at installation time, it would install no matter what you selected and then there is no uninstall...

The MAZZTer

The MAZZTer reviewed v1.55.2 Beta on Oct 19, 2010

CPU-Z betas are time limited, so the MOST RECENT VERSION NO LONGER FUNCTIONS. This is dumb.

AdamS

AdamS reviewed v1.55 on Jul 11, 2010

Was using speedfan to check system specs before, this is much better.

Virtual_ManPL

Virtual_ManPL reviewed v1.54 on Apr 1, 2010

5/5

thartist

thartist reviewed v1.54 on Mar 25, 2010

@rafu: oh gosh, i hate no-clue complainers like you. There is also an executable version that just runs on the fly. Yes, Betanews should post that one instead.

FatBastard

FatBastard reviewed v1.54 on Mar 25, 2010

This tool is a must-have

rafu

rafu reviewed v1.53 on Dec 21, 2009

Why do you need an instalation just for 1 exe file!

Epsi

Epsi reviewed v1.52.3 Beta on Sep 17, 2009

v1.51 worked fine on my pc. v1.52... crashes before it even starts up. really hope they fix this app, its a must have for anybody.

us3r

us3r reviewed v1.52.2 on Aug 26, 2009

It still causes Asus EPU-4 Engine app to hang.

us3r

us3r reviewed v1.52 on Jul 20, 2009

Not that great. Proved to be unstable and buggy with not that new hardware. Also other applications using its API tent to be unstable. I would expect more from CPUID. Oh well...

Virtual_ManPL

Virtual_ManPL reviewed v1.51 on May 1, 2009

Awesome tool with online database :)

rotjong

rotjong reviewed v1.51 on Apr 28, 2009

CPU-Z is great. I'll stick with the ZIPed packaged, however. The installer appears to contain Ask.com garbage. I didn't even install using the installer once I saw Ask.com junk try to access the web. I killed installation and went and grabbed the ZIP download instead. It's my belief that the installer was created in order to bundle the Ask.com trash with CPU-Z. As long as they still allow us to download the ZIP archive of the actual files I will be happy. If they switch to just an installer with bundled garbage then I'll be very disappointed.

Paul Skinner

Paul Skinner reviewed v1.51 on Apr 28, 2009

Why on earth have they given it an installer?
The whole point of it (for me) was that it was portable and could be used to analyse core system components when diagnosing faults.

They've kept the version without though, so that's all good.
Available here: http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php#history

madmike

madmike reviewed v1.50 on Feb 16, 2009

Exceelent, does exactly what it says:)

Zoroaster

Zoroaster reviewed v1.49.2 Beta on Feb 11, 2009

"The" CPU diagnostic reference. Excellent.
holy1661 > AVG is known to be excessively susceptible.

madmike

madmike reviewed v1.45 on May 12, 2008

The Mutts Nuts;)

Chocobito

Chocobito reviewed v1.44.2 on Apr 1, 2008

Good freeware ;)

holy1661

holy1661 reviewed v1.44.1 on Mar 7, 2008

Sure the program is great.

But when I just clicked to download it, AVG said there was a trojan in it.

Odd.

tannman1

tannman1 reviewed v1.44 on Feb 10, 2008

Anyone needing this type of info and thats all of us at one time or another should grab this little app. The information it provides was in my case quick and correct. No excessive (imo) information just the most req type.

Vetta

Vetta reviewed v1.42 on Nov 28, 2007

Nice! I like it. I have SIW and others as well, and this is a nice addition to the bag.

simko

simko reviewed v1.42 on Nov 24, 2007

kick a** prog works as intended

wvbigdave

wvbigdave reviewed v1.42 on Nov 23, 2007

The right click "feature" isn't really something to scream about.

As for the reset, works as its designed to.

Been a CPUID user since version 1.12

mickrussom

mickrussom reviewed v1.41 on Sep 4, 2007

Needs a 4 and everyone's support as H. Oda's WCPUID is not longer being updated.

I greatly appreciate these efforts and find the program useful.

Also checkout SIW (System Information for Windows).

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v1.40.5 on Aug 22, 2007

Can’t detect the HyperTransport link frequency at 100MHz, 300MHz, 500MHz. Can’t change HT, FID and VID multiplier. Can’t change a memory clock ratio, can’t change DRAM timings, doesn’t reads a current CPU temperature, doesn’t support AMD Family 10h processors at all. Shows only poor common information on the CPU and the motherboard (using the oldest DMI interface).

Dystopia.

Dystopia. reviewed v1.40.5 on Jul 9, 2007

@johnusa : anwser to photonboy's post instead of a stupid copy-paste of your precedent post.
I dont know if you are right or wrong about this memory slot arror, but its is not enough to say "it is buggy" and give a 1.

CPU-Z, like PC Wizard, is the best freeware of this category

johnusa

johnusa reviewed v1.40.5 on Jul 7, 2007

This version (1.40.5) is still buggy. It shows wrong info in the SPD tab about my memory.
My memory modules are in Slot 1 and 3, and Slot 2 and 4 are empty.
CPU-Z, since version 1.37 (1.36 was the last good one) erroneously shows Slots 1 and 2 with memory and Slots 3 and 4 empty.
I wrote the software writer long time ago about this error, in October 2006 when version 1.37 was released.
I wish he would fix this irritating bug in his software.

Gadzooks

Gadzooks reviewed v1.40.5 on Jul 7, 2007

Works great! Shows mem info correctly, right slots and type. Nice little utility to have, glad I found it.

NLight95

NLight95 reviewed v1.40.5 on Jul 6, 2007

I've been using CPU-Z for years. It's one utility that is nearly indispensable. I'm glad it works under Vista 32 & 64 (I tried under both).

One change I would like to see is the ability to read core voltages accurately for the C2D processors. And although load time has improved, I wish it would load faster.

My thanks to Franck Delattre (author) for this excellent program!

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.40 on May 2, 2007

Works great. Most people won't need it but some people need to identify their CPU or RAM.

About RAM SLOTS:
I'm not sure there is an error as reported. RAM is sometimes grouped in pairs. You may see 4 physical slots left to right. Often people will have 2 slots filled such as #1 and #3. Since the first pair is grouped in this manner people might say Slot #1 and Slot #2 even though this is not physically how it's layed out.

I'm not clear am I?

Okay, Motherboard A could choose to group each PAIR physically next to each other and Motherboard B could choose to split up the groups but from the software's point of view everything looks the same. The wiring might be exactly the same but the SLOTS are just organized differently.

Anyway, good program.

johnusa

johnusa reviewed v1.40 on May 2, 2007

This version (1.40) is buggy. It shows wrong info in the SPD tab about my memory.
My memory modules are in Slot 1 and 3, and Slot 2 and 4 are empty.
CPU-Z, since version 1.37 (1.36 was the last good one) erroneously shows Slots 1 and 2 with memory and Slots 3 and 4 empty.
I wrote the software writer long time ago about this error, in October 2006 when version 1.37 was released.
I wish he would fix this irritating bug in his software.

kashin

kashin reviewed v1.40 on May 2, 2007

It is the best at what it does!

djdanska

djdanska reviewed v1.39 on Feb 14, 2007

Works in x64 vista. :)

nj

nj reviewed v1.38 on Nov 22, 2006

For those of you that are having problems with 1.38, download it again. The developer accidentally uploaded the wrong file but have changed it to the correct one.

Canuckistani

Canuckistani reviewed v1.38 on Nov 22, 2006

I am also getting the same error. Bog standard K8T800 SKT 754 chipset and Kingston RAM.

ir0nw0lf

ir0nw0lf reviewed v1.38 on Nov 22, 2006

Loads up perfectly fine for me, no errors at all. DFI NF4 SLI mobo.

kanenas

kanenas reviewed v1.38 on Nov 22, 2006

the same error here opteron 146 nf4 sli

JEdwardP

JEdwardP reviewed v1.38 on Nov 22, 2006

I got the same "driver error" as the reviewers immediately below and above me, but the author has already fixed it. Just download the zip again, and all will be well.

Paul Skinner

Paul Skinner reviewed v1.38 on Nov 22, 2006

This version won't run; it says "an error occurred when opening the driver".

*Edit* The author has fixed it already - congratulations.

Normally it's brilliant.

evolution76

evolution76 reviewed v1.36 on Aug 20, 2006

I have a AMD Dual Core. It does not let me switch cores like it did before.

crimz

crimz reviewed v1.36 on Aug 20, 2006

v1.36 removes HTML Report from the tools section of the About tab. Also, changes to the Cache tab have been made with things added and removed. I also find it gives different readings of my L2 cache associativity. 1.35 says 8-way and 1.36 says 6-way. Not sure if this is a fix or error? In some ways I prefer 1.35 over this and it does take noticeably longer to load also!

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v1.36 on Aug 19, 2006

Latest version has broken voltage monitoring for my Socket-A Athlon XP, and also starts up slower. Still a good program.

ZenoLabs

ZenoLabs reviewed v1.36 on Aug 18, 2006

It works like a charm :)

HurricaneGame

HurricaneGame reviewed v1.36 on Aug 18, 2006

Very good.

Alex Stevens

Alex Stevens reviewed v1.36 on Aug 18, 2006

This is one of the greatest tools in the world.

PC Rat

PC Rat reviewed v1.36 on Aug 18, 2006

...

Not only CPU info, but mainboard info and RAM info.

Nice !

...

The Computer Rodent

...

TonyLinguini

TonyLinguini reviewed v1.34.1 on Jun 1, 2006

I really like this program, however on my latest machine, the last 3 builds hang the machine. I have reported it to CPUID, and it is invaluable on all of my others.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v1.34.1 on Jun 1, 2006

It works. Fine, if you need 'fast' information about your system.

slimy

slimy reviewed v1.34.1 on May 31, 2006

Gets the job done.

benZin

benZin reviewed v1.34 on May 31, 2006

Do what it say. Good.

Bassjunkie

Bassjunkie reviewed v1.33.1 on Apr 18, 2006

I'm a Technician and i use this tool alongside with DXDIAG when gathering my info, it even becomes more useful when DXDIAG dosen't give you all the info you need about the chipset... dam good free program.

white lightning

white lightning reviewed v1.33.1 on Apr 17, 2006

Wonderful...amazing !
All the infos that Windows does not provide !

rbailin

rbailin reviewed v1.33.1 on Apr 17, 2006

Version 1.33.1 is now available on the cpuid website.

benZin

benZin reviewed v1.33 on Apr 13, 2006

Yeah, that's a soft!

Das mod

Das mod reviewed v1.33 on Apr 3, 2006

overclockers know best ..... perfect for screen proofing benchmark results .....

ripfuel

ripfuel reviewed v1.33 on Apr 3, 2006

Definetly one of the best system info tools out there. Keep up the good work guys!

rafaelcage

rafaelcage reviewed v1.33 on Apr 3, 2006

CPU, RAM and more info better then everybody else! ;-)

microFawad

microFawad reviewed v1.32.1 on Mar 6, 2006

I am impressed by this software because it gives me a lot of info that I needed for my machine. Plus the size is so small. Awesome.

madmike

madmike reviewed v1.32.1 on Mar 4, 2006

Does what it says on the tin

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.32 on Feb 7, 2006

Great tool!
If you are looking for a new computer, I highly recommend buying a motherboard such as Gigabyte is now offering that has five separate CPU frequency/power loads.
I used this program when I bought my computer to verify my Athlon 64 was using the Venice core and to verify that Cool 'n Quiet was working.
Surprisingly other software including Gigabyte's own did not show the proper voltage and frequency of my CPU like CPU-Z did.
Great program and as far as I understand VERY up to date.

Kushan

Kushan reviewed v1.31 on Nov 11, 2005

I highly reccomend this tool, it's tiny and it tells you just about everything you could ever want to know about your computer's hardware.
I even use it when dealing with people that are having computer problems, sometimes it's just easier to send them this, tell them to click the button that dumps the info to a text file then send that file to me.

10/10

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v1.31 on Nov 8, 2005

One of the first things I install if I need computer info...

Edit: Bah, that P4 is only running 16x Multiplier. I can overclock farther than that, and at a measly 1.9v! :P

Natrunner

Natrunner reviewed v1.31 on Nov 8, 2005

Simply the best for motherboard and RAM identification. Very detailed and useful.

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.31 on Nov 8, 2005

OMFG--it supports AMD and Intel. What a concept!

ModderXManiac

ModderXManiac reviewed v1.31 on Nov 8, 2005

Yeah, I wish there was a copy and paste function as well...

Great app anywho, good for upgrading.

No Beer For You

No Beer For You reviewed v1.31 on Nov 8, 2005

Great program. Full of useful information about my computer.

A copy-and-paste function would be useful.
There is the ability to dump all the info into a text file but it takes a while to find the right parts to copy and paste.
An installer would be nice too but it's not urgently needed - just me being lazy :)
Overall a very good (free) program. Much appreciated!

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.30 on Aug 8, 2005

Works flawlessly for me.
It actually reported the CPU speed correctly when my Gigabyte software did not! Also, I wasn't sure which version of the Athlon 64 I had and I was pleased to find out that I had the Venice core.

There is an alternative way to utilize the Cool 'n Quiet technology: http://www.silentpcrevie...m/article231-page1.html

Tal_Kohn

Tal_Kohn reviewed v1.30 on Aug 8, 2005

Great Info For It's Pricerange!

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v1.30 on Aug 8, 2005

Fine Tool, it works without problems and "error-msg".

kashin

kashin reviewed v1.30 on Aug 7, 2005

I'm not sure what BrainJunk is complaining about. I've used this on many computers, both AMD and Intel based, and it always worked flawlessly. The price is right too!

Tenoq

Tenoq reviewed v1.30 on Aug 7, 2005

Small, works brilliantly. Been using for a while now, and it's just getting better. Support for the latest and greatest can lag a little, but still impressive.

fireworksshow

fireworksshow reviewed v1.30 on Aug 7, 2005

Excelent product, does exactly what it's supposed to do and even more.

Kramy

Kramy reviewed v1.30 on Aug 7, 2005

Useful program for most desktop PC's!

(assuming you want that information, that is)

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v1.29 on Jun 18, 2005

Still doesn't detect my SiS746/SiS748 chipset.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v1.28 on Apr 1, 2005

Extremely useful, but not for AMD processors. Can’t recognize AMD Opteron processors at all. Sorry, I can give only 2.

tweakerxp

tweakerxp reviewed v1.28 on Mar 26, 2005

Extremely useful, does what it says.

Dmass73

Dmass73 reviewed v1.27 on Feb 21, 2005

This Program is Great! Keyboards shortcuts are great, but hey if you can't take the time to use your mouse, that's your problem, not the software developers.(Perhaps suggesting it nicely might work)
And to BrainJunk....Learn to speak english before you attempt to disparage someone's work.

conan1873

conan1873 reviewed v1.27 on Feb 13, 2005

Does what it says without problems, best program of it's kind, even to those power users who aren't too humiliated to use a mouse.

vujnovic

vujnovic reviewed v1.25 on Nov 16, 2004

No idea if this is useful. I don't care :-) I
removed it.

This utility violates one of the most basic GUI
rules: Ctrl+TAB does not cycle through the 6 tabs!

Instead, Ctrl+TAB jumps from [OK] to [Cancel].

Please fix this if you would like this to be used
by power users and not only mouse-clickers.

I know my rating is drastic, but programmes should
get the message that full keyboard support is a
MUST in GUI apps. I use Ctrl+TAB exclusively in
similar dialogs and find it humiliating to reach
for the mouse on such occasions.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v1.25 on Nov 16, 2004

A blue font is a specific feature of CBId. An other of CPU-Z decided to rip off it :) After he added an ability to adjust a color via ini-file ;) Now we see CPU-Z is not able to compete with CBId well, because the Brain shows much better and more detailed info for the latest AMD64 processors. Maybe therefore a Frenchman releases new versions more often, improving GUI. But Mr. Delattre is simply burnishing his tool, there is no any new additions. Besides, version 1.25 is lunched more long that previews version. I give CPU-Z 1.25 2 marks!

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.25 on Nov 15, 2004

Or... Central Brain Identifier looks like CPU-Z, perhaps? Or... Different utilities in this little software genre tend to look pretty similar? And... Why rate it a "1" because of that?

bourgeoisdude

bourgeoisdude reviewed v1.24 on Sep 22, 2004

Used by tomshardware.com for examples, must be pretty good...the only CPU ID program that seems to work on all X86 or modern 64 bit processors. More details than others, too. For mobo feature identifications, benchmarks, and other system information, though, I recommend SiSoft Sandra.

lgm20

lgm20 reviewed v1.24 on Sep 22, 2004

Very nice programs

Flemens

Flemens reviewed v1.24 on Sep 22, 2004

It looks alot like Central Brain Identifier!?

http://cbid.amdclub.ru/

httpd.confused

httpd.confused reviewed v1.23 on Jun 26, 2004

Nice, works well, and I prefer it (slightly) over WCPUID. I like the fact that it displays the core voltage, and core speed, both dynamically. CPU-Z takes a few seconds to load, and I wish it had a splash screen or something during that time (though I normally despise splash screens, they're nice for slow-loading applications).

novak

novak reviewed v1.22 on Apr 12, 2004

Great APP. All spec's correct.

urbanriot

urbanriot reviewed v1.22 on Apr 12, 2004

Does what it advertises, properly detected information on about 10 computers... properly picked up the CPU, chipset and RAM info on my Centrino laptop... No flaws or bugs noticed.

deanparkr

deanparkr reviewed v1.22 on Apr 11, 2004

Does its job- Some text is slightly hard to read.

ecarlson

ecarlson reviewed v1.21 on Jan 27, 2004

Great app, but it still gives the following error when run from a network share (from WinXP-pro/2K/NT): "Driver Error - An error occured when opening the driver. CPU-Z will launch but all information won't be available."

It works fine if run from the local hard drive. I reported this bug for each of the last few releases, and again today for the latest release.

- Eric, www.InvisibleRobot.com

Jeffsoft

Jeffsoft reviewed v1.21 on Jan 26, 2004

i like the new all-in-one single executable

Beta-Mack

Beta-Mack reviewed v1.20a on Nov 5, 2003

Good software, does what it says. Didnt crash my XP box. It recognized my SIS645 chipset with no problem.
The only reason it didnt get more than 3 stars; It told me I have sideband addressing enabled, but I do not.
Keep up the good work guys

Palomino

Palomino reviewed v1.20a on Nov 5, 2003

This program still takes 10 seconds to load using Win2k. If 1.20b does the same thing I'll give the program 1 star. All but one version prior to 1.19a worked fine.

dstith76

dstith76 reviewed v1.20 on Oct 15, 2003

IT LOADS UP FINE ON MINE 1.2 GIG AMD SO IT IS GOOD TO GO :-)

Palomino

Palomino reviewed v1.20 on Oct 14, 2003

This program STILL takes almost 10 seconds to load on MY computer. It shouldn't take 10 seconds to collect and display information on a computer. One version prior to 1.9b was slow; all the rest were fine. I am using Win2K. WCPUID loads instantly. If the next version is slow, I'll give the program 2 stars.

DigitalSin

DigitalSin reviewed v1.20 on Oct 14, 2003

Does what it advertises quite well. Was very speedy on my laptop (about 3 seconds to load).

Palomino

Palomino reviewed v1.19b on Sep 9, 2003

Previous versions loaded quickly. This version takes at least 10 seconds to load. All I can see that's different is the CPU freq. and voltage update in real time and all memory modules now show for nForce boards. He needs to fix the start up time.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v1.19a on Aug 15, 2003

Easy, fast for a short detection there CPU.

bobad

bobad reviewed v1.19 on Jul 30, 2003

CPU-Z *was* a nice program until Ver. 1.9. Now it's useless. It shows my CPU identity as incorrect, and my mhz as 4235684321. Man, I wish! They'll fix it in a day or 2. I can wait that long. :-)

urbanriot

urbanriot reviewed v1.18c on Jun 30, 2003

Excellent free little program...

I've used it on many systems, and aside from a brief pause at startup on some systems, it works great - the built-in ability to export data to TXT file is wonderful.

ck42

ck42 reviewed v1.18c on Jun 30, 2003

Wouldn't even run....CRASHED upon startup. Win2k (SP4).

I'll go ahead and give it a 3 anyway because the screenshot looks good and others comments seem to indicate that it at least does what it suppose to.....when it runs.

Palomino

Palomino reviewed v1.16 on Feb 9, 2003

Very much like WCPUID by H.Oda, nice. Gives me more memory information than WCPUID but it says I have side band addressing enabled; I don't. Has a nice layout to it. I give it a 4.51 rounded up to a 5. :o)

xip

xip reviewed v1.16 on Feb 9, 2003

Works great for me. It doesn't crash windows, and it recognizes my CPU. It's free too. Yay!

Kiriakos GR

Kiriakos GR reviewed v1.15 on Nov 15, 2002

The 1.15 version looks to show less info than the 1.13 version , hey i am mixed ...

Safaa_Pro

Safaa_Pro reviewed v1.13 on May 12, 2002

the progy is cool (nice, useful and free) but it doesn't support SiS 735/745 635/645 chipsets .. :(
anyway...goodluck.

equinox9

equinox9 reviewed v1.10 on Aug 29, 2001

It's got everything CPUID does (and more), and I like the format better. Excellent freeware.

quake8

quake8 reviewed v1.10 on Aug 28, 2001

worthelss crap

doesnt work with k7 MP's and p4's over 1.7
anyway CPUID is far better

the_dude

the_dude reviewed v1.10 on Aug 28, 2001

Very cool program. It's even got one thing that WCPUID lacks; display of CPU core voltage.

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