GPU-Z – CPU-Z is a diagnostic application whose function is to provide information about the CPU and some of the main devices of the system, as well as monitoring the performance of software benchmarks and
also hardware on the computer.
Many netbooks, notebook, and PC users do not yet know their computer specifications, technology, and type of processor, or memory, even though the information is very important when they want to upgrade some computer components. With CPU-Z, you can get complete information about computers in an easy way. And this application can also be run directly, without installation, by downloading a portable one.
Once run, it will display information about all components installed on the computer. In the cache tab, CPU-Z displays detailed information about the processor cache. On the [motherboard] tab, we can see information about the motherboard, BIOS, and VGA card. Details about memory, speed, and latency, as well as its working mode (single channel or dual channel), can be viewed in the [memory] tab. While the [SPD] tab displays information about the memory module manufacturer and memory timings by default.
The main features of CPU-Z are:
– Track CPU names and numbers
– Core process.
– Core voltage.
– Internal and external clocks, clock multiplier.
– L1 and L2 cache information.
– Mainboard: Vendors, models, and revisions.
– BIOS model and date.
– Chipsets (Northbridge and Southbridge) and sensors.
– graphic interface.
– memory: Frequency and timings.
– For Module specifications, use Serial Presence Detect> vendor, serial number, timings.
– Windows system and DirectX version.
– Intel CedarTrail platform.
|Operation System||Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10|