CPU-Z
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CPU-Z 1.54
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 98, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8
License
Freeware
Release Date
24 March, 2010 (4 years ago )

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System Requirements of CPU-Z 1.54
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows 7
Program Information of CPU-Z 1.54
Version Name:
CPU-Z 1.54

File Size:
3.19 MB

Released Date:
24 March, 2010 (4 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
2bf149930ae7d77e67a6c6eb6eb055f6

SHA1 Checksum:
4E0810EBA6EC5FE5A1055D258B95E771CA607F00

Version History of CPU-Z 1.54
  • Intel Core i7-880, Core i5-680, Core i3-550 processors.
  • Intel Xeon 5600 line (32nm) processors.
  • AMD Phenom II X6, Sempron II, Turion II, Turion II Ultra and Athlon II Mobile "Caspian" processors.
  • NVIDIA GeForce…

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About CPU-Z

CPU-Z is a freeware that gathers information on some of the main devices of your system.

CPU-Z Features

CPU

  • Name and number.
  • Core stepping and process.
  • Package.
  • Core voltage.
  • Internal and external clocks, clock multiplier.
  • Supported instruction sets.
  • Cache information.

Mainboard

  • Vendor, model and revision.
  • BIOS model and date.
  • Chipset (northbridge and southbridge) and sensor.
  • Graphic interface.

Memory

  • Frequency and timings.
  • Module(s) specification using SPD (Serial Presence Detect) : vendor, serial number, timings table.

System

  • Windows and DirectX version.

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Did You Know?

The ability to document clock speed makes it an important tool for motherboard overclockers, as a way of proving the CPU speeds achieved by various experiments.