intel processor identifcation utility

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  1. Ramakrishnan

    Ramakrishnan The Researcher

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    This utility directly available from intel site gives details like frequency, supported technologies etc. of the host computer's processor. one can save the result to txt files also.
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    Thanks but i know that i have been using this utility since 2002 .
     
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    use CPUZ i found it in 1 of digit subscription............................
     
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    good job done.............thanks for the help.......ashisharya u rock man
     
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    I used both of them.. CPUZ is damn cool...
     
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    CPUz is far better .. i have CBi for my AMD processor , for everything i'd say CPUz
     
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    thanks shailesh for that link......thanks rohan & deathvirus for supporting the fact presented by shailesh...good work team
     
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    u can also use cpuz from one of the digit dvds.
     
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    hey jamyang plz let us know which edition of digit dvd u r talking about?
     
  12. enigmatic.manas

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    now why cpuz is the most ideal intel processor identification utility........along with the information regarding cpu & cache..........it gives complete information of ram & motherboard installed.................so its better we use cpuz
     
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    why not use everest home edition, it does all that & even generates a html report. Also has some memory read-write test.
    Deserve a try. I am completely satisfied with it.
     
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    U can also use SYSTEM INFO available in XP ......... Star-->accesories-->system tools-->system info and get detailed info of each and every info beyond any tool offers
     
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