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CPU-Z is a free utility that collects and displays information about system hardware, including including CPU, Motherboard, and RAM. It can also display some software information, including Windows and DirectX versions. Available for Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7, you can use CPU-Z to monitor clock/core speeds, bus speeds, voltages, timings etc. Unlike other sources of information (IE, Windows computer properties, speccy, etc.), CPU-Z updates the information in real time, allowing you to see if your processor is correctly underclocking to save power or correctly overclocking for Turboboost. Because of this, it's quite easy to determine CPU-Z as an essential tool for troubleshooting or tinkering.

Information Available[edit]

According to the website, CPU-Z displays the following information about your system:[1]


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


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


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


  • Windows and DirectX version.


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