System Utilities Tweaking Central Brain Identifier

Central Brain Identifier BE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 for Windows

by Vitaliy Jungle

Avg. Rating 3.5 (223 votes)

File Details

File Size 0.3 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 2000/9x/Server 2003/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 28,095
Publisher Vitaliy Jungle
Homepage Central Brain Identifier

Publisher's Description

Central Brain Identifier is an AMD processor identification utility.

Latest Reviews

emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on Feb 16, 2009

I can't believe he still makes this thing. Or does he? I've always used CPU-Z, which is better in every way.

Undesired Username

Undesired Username reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on Aug 16, 2008

Like others have said, CPU-Z is much better, and free as well. Don't bother with this thing.

YouAreBeneathMe

YouAreBeneathMe reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 18, 2008

I just tried this for the first time yesterday. Not only does it look terrible, it crashed. Thinking it had to be a fluke (the crash, not the ugliness), I tried it on my other PC. Same result. Garbage.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 15, 2008

Hey, Psychlone, the latest CBId BE already supports your Phenom X4 9850 BE. Take a look at the screenshots below
http://jungle.at.tut.by/...cbidBE9850_amdclub1.jpg
http://jungle.at.tut.by/...cbidBE9850_amdclub2.jpg

Please, send your screenshots to the author if somthing wrong! He is a good guy! he will help you as soon as possible!

mflip

mflip reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 15, 2008

There's no point for this software to exist when you can download the vastly superior CPU-Z application for free.

Psychlone

Psychlone reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 14, 2008

Rating a 3 for optimistic future.

Currently, this software doesn't support my Phenom 9850BE...can't change *any* settings whatsoever, or any settings that aren't blacked-out don't 'stick'.

Also, since I have Cool n Quiet running on my computer - CPid erroneously shows my overclock as ~800MHz less than actual, and doesn't show the correct values for Core0-3 and their respective voltages - for both when it's at full load (and thus FULL MHz/Voltage) as well as idle (low FID/VID and lower MHz)

GUI is nice with tabs at the bottom and I like black ;)

This program has some potential if some of these things could be addressed...currently, there are no software applications that will help with overclocking/tweaking/fine-tuning aside from the AMD Overclock Utility - which crashes my system anyway. I hope this one can do what it needs to in the near future!

why hello there

why hello there reviewed v8.3.6.6 Build 1228 R6 on Apr 14, 2008

why is this still being produced?

comeoffit

comeoffit reviewed v8.3.6.6 Build 1228 R6 on Feb 9, 2008

Nothing but crashes most of the time, and poorly arranged the rest of the time.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v8.3.6.6 Build 1228 R6 on Jan 9, 2008

LOL! Kid, you even know that CBID supports unofficial 100MHz, 300MHz and 500MHz HTL transitions! Your bad you forget to remind people that CBId can also change an HT multiplier which cannot be changed by your favorite Z-toy. All that features are really implement in CBId and work very well. Please don’t post here again your bull s*** about DMI. One clown has already posted, don’t be the second. CBId has never shown any info on the motherboard. You are too young to know how to determinate the information about the hardware. Now go to home and say hello to your mammy.

vcorvinus

vcorvinus reviewed v8.3.6.5 Build 1111 R5 on Nov 25, 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).

Avg. Rating 3.5 (223 votes)
Your Rating
emanresU deriseD

emanresU deriseD reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on Feb 16, 2009

I can't believe he still makes this thing. Or does he? I've always used CPU-Z, which is better in every way.

Undesired Username

Undesired Username reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on Aug 16, 2008

Like others have said, CPU-Z is much better, and free as well. Don't bother with this thing.

YouAreBeneathMe

YouAreBeneathMe reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 18, 2008

I just tried this for the first time yesterday. Not only does it look terrible, it crashed. Thinking it had to be a fluke (the crash, not the ugliness), I tried it on my other PC. Same result. Garbage.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 15, 2008

Hey, Psychlone, the latest CBId BE already supports your Phenom X4 9850 BE. Take a look at the screenshots below
http://jungle.at.tut.by/...cbidBE9850_amdclub1.jpg
http://jungle.at.tut.by/...cbidBE9850_amdclub2.jpg

Please, send your screenshots to the author if somthing wrong! He is a good guy! he will help you as soon as possible!

mflip

mflip reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 15, 2008

There's no point for this software to exist when you can download the vastly superior CPU-Z application for free.

Psychlone

Psychlone reviewed vBE 1.0.0.4 Beta 4 Build 12058 on May 14, 2008

Rating a 3 for optimistic future.

Currently, this software doesn't support my Phenom 9850BE...can't change *any* settings whatsoever, or any settings that aren't blacked-out don't 'stick'.

Also, since I have Cool n Quiet running on my computer - CPid erroneously shows my overclock as ~800MHz less than actual, and doesn't show the correct values for Core0-3 and their respective voltages - for both when it's at full load (and thus FULL MHz/Voltage) as well as idle (low FID/VID and lower MHz)

GUI is nice with tabs at the bottom and I like black ;)

This program has some potential if some of these things could be addressed...currently, there are no software applications that will help with overclocking/tweaking/fine-tuning aside from the AMD Overclock Utility - which crashes my system anyway. I hope this one can do what it needs to in the near future!

why hello there

why hello there reviewed v8.3.6.6 Build 1228 R6 on Apr 14, 2008

why is this still being produced?

comeoffit

comeoffit reviewed v8.3.6.6 Build 1228 R6 on Feb 9, 2008

Nothing but crashes most of the time, and poorly arranged the rest of the time.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v8.3.6.6 Build 1228 R6 on Jan 9, 2008

LOL! Kid, you even know that CBID supports unofficial 100MHz, 300MHz and 500MHz HTL transitions! Your bad you forget to remind people that CBId can also change an HT multiplier which cannot be changed by your favorite Z-toy. All that features are really implement in CBId and work very well. Please don’t post here again your bull s*** about DMI. One clown has already posted, don’t be the second. CBId has never shown any info on the motherboard. You are too young to know how to determinate the information about the hardware. Now go to home and say hello to your mammy.

vcorvinus

vcorvinus reviewed v8.3.6.5 Build 1111 R5 on Nov 25, 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).

why hello there

why hello there reviewed v8.3.6.5 Build 1111 R5 on Nov 24, 2007

Centrally useless.

RanCorX2

RanCorX2 reviewed v8.3.6.4 Build 0908 R4 on Sep 13, 2007

How do you save settings with this tool? it creates no ini or config file??

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v8.3.6.3 Build 0818 R3 on Aug 20, 2007

hell0: LOL! It looks like a Linux lover watches this thread. Perhaps, he hopes to see a Linux version of CBId :)))) Sorry!

P.S. No, thanks! We do not practice yoga. Try yoga yourself!

hell0

hell0 reviewed v8.3.6.3 Build 0818 R3 on Aug 20, 2007

Oh...you use a Microsoft product to develop the driver, therefore there CANNOT be any bugs. Sure...

P.S. Try yoga. Good for the blood pressure.

BrainJunk

BrainJunk reviewed v8.3.6.0 Build 0724 R1 on Jul 25, 2007

Another liar has posted stupid comments! LOL! Administraighter, do you know that CBId doesn’t show any info on the system? How it could display it for you when it is designed for the processor only? LIAR! Another your bluff is that CBId crashes “1/2 the time”. LOL! This statement is already unpopular, because since version 8.0.0.0 the program uses a new stabile driver based on Microsoft’s driver SDK! Please, tell that falsehood your mammy, but don’t post it here! Shame upon you!

Administraighter, don’t lie never, because a liar smells specifically than a truthful man! Also, I would like to present people my "Top5 of liars and haters of CBId". So, here it is:

1) httpd.confused
2) comeoffit
3) Administraighter
4) cricri_pingouin
5) hell0

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