[Update] CPU-Z v1.24


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ArjanDotOrg

CPU-Z v1.24


Overview :

CPU-Z is a freeware detection program base on the Panopsys hardware
detection engine. It allows to get some information on your system,
including: Processor name and vendor - Core stepping and process -
Processor package - Processor current core voltage - Internal and
external clocks, clock multiplier - Partial overclock detection -
Processor features, including supported instructions sets. - L1 to L3
cache information : location, size, speed, technology. - Motherboard
information : name, vendor, BIOS, chipset, memory, AGP. - Memory
information : size, type, timings, specifications. CPU-Z also provides
several tools: A complete html report. Several raw outputs: CPUID, PCI
device list, PCI dump. A memory modules SPD (Serial Presence Detect)
report. A cache latency calculation tool.

What's New:

* AMD Sempron support.
* PCI Express graphic interface support.
* New memory SPD page.
* Configuration file.
* New caches latency computation program (see below).
* Restored html report.

Homepage: http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

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John Corliss

ArjanDotOrg said:
CPU-Z v1.24

Overview :
CPU-Z is a freeware detection program base on the Panopsys hardware
detection engine. It allows to get some information on your system,
including: Processor name and vendor - Core stepping and process -
Processor package - Processor current core voltage - Internal and
external clocks, clock multiplier - Partial overclock detection -
Processor features, including supported instructions sets. - L1 to L3
cache information : location, size, speed, technology. - Motherboard
information : name, vendor, BIOS, chipset, memory, AGP. - Memory
information : size, type, timings, specifications. CPU-Z also provides
several tools: A complete html report. Several raw outputs: CPUID, PCI
device list, PCI dump. A memory modules SPD (Serial Presence Detect)
report. A cache latency calculation tool.
(clipped)
Homepage: http://www.cpuid.com/cpuz.php

When using this program, I discovered that I had trouble reading the
resulting tiny output. YMMV, since I'm using a 1024 X 768 screen
resolution. To fix the problem, I opened the cpuz.ini file and changed
both the TextFontSize and the LabelFontSize from 13 to 20.

End of problem.
 

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