i-Nex - A CPU-Z Hardware Stat Tool for Linux | OMG! Ubuntu!
"I recently needed to check up on the capability of one of my ageing netbooks (chiefly to compare the Intel Atom within it to the CPU of an early Samsung Chromebook). To aid me I turned to an app similar in design and aim as the...
I'm thinking of adding some extra RAM to my Envy 14. It currently has 2x2GB modules and since the laptop has got only 2 slots, I'll have to replace them completely & considering 2x4GB
Any suggestions for the RAM? I'm not sure what the prices for laptop RAM are - I'm in Bangalore & will buy it...
Hi everyone...starting the Super Pi battleground in DIGIT forums.So bring out the tweaking wrenches and bench:twisted:
here you can post your super pi 1M and 32M results
The rules are similar to HWBOT rules so the submissions you do here can be used to submit in submit in HWBOT.Here's a quick...
I cant get the Cool N Quiet working on my M3A78-EM with my Phenom 2 X4 - 920. I have Cool N quiet turned on BIOS. The speed is steady at 2800 when i tested using Cool N Quiet Application from ASUS and CPU-Z as well.
I am on the latest BIOS version. Any suggestions please...
Hi friends I want to upgrade and want to know the what price I will get for the old rig. The config is as follows :-
Intel Pentium IV 2.4Ghz
Asrock 845 mobo with IGP
80 GB Samsung HDD
512+256 RAM (CPU-Z shows 133MHz)
LG 17" CRT monitor
Along with kbd+mouse(ordinary) and casing(nothing...
This is an attempt of making a CPU-z like program for linux. Still a lot of work planned for it, including better hardware support (ATI and Intel video info), more CPU info, and other sysadmin related info.
Unzip The Archive
Open The Terminal
>Recently, I used cpu-z 1.41 to know the status of my pc. all the details were ok but it shows my RAM frequency is of 400MHz. while mine is a 1GB Transcend 800MHz DDR2 RAM. It is a single stick. Does running in single channel mode set it to 400MHz? or does it change like the...
i downloaded the latest cpu-z
i have an amd athlon 64 3500+ (venice)939 pin
but cpu-z says its a claw hammer
have i been fooled by my vendor?? :cry:
i have msi rs 482 Mobo but cpu-z says its a rs 480
what is the problem
What kind of chip is in your system? How much L1 cache is there? What is the
core speed and bus speed? How about your memory timings? CPU-Z is a
handy little utility, which reveals all sorts of information on the nuts and bolts of