CPU-Z 1.86

Get an in-depth technical report on your core PC hardware

 
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CPU-Z is a free utility that provides useful information on many aspects of your PCs hardware.

If you've just bought a new system, for instance, then CPU-Z can help you check that you've got exactly what you're expecting. Just click the appropriate tab and it'll display the CPU type and speed, motherboard, RAM amount and speed, graphics card model, and more.

Each section provides many extra details that are particularly useful when you're upgrading. If you want to add more memory, say, then it's probably a good idea to match the speed and type of RAM you have already. You could open the case to have a look, but it's easier to run CPU-Z, and check the Memory and SPD tabs. They'll provide the RAM type, speed, memory timings, manufacturer, even the part number, everything you need to know.

And if you're planning to overclock your CPU or graphics card then you should start by noting your current core speeds, multiplier, bus speed and more. This is probably available in the BIOS, or maybe the Control Panel Display Settings applet, but once again it's much simpler to use CPU-Z. The program supports all the latest hardware, and the answers you need are usually just a click away.

Version 1.86 brings (changelog):

- Intel 9th generation Core family (Coffee Lake 9900K, 9700K, 9600K, 960, 9500 and 9400)
- Intel Coffee Lake-U processors
- Graphic card memory vendor (NVIDIA only)
- AMD AGESA version report in BIOS information
- Increased clocks refresh rate
- Fix initialization error on Windows XP and 7

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A quick and easy way to discover everything you ever needed to know about your PCs CPU, memory, motherboard and more

Specification: CPU-Z 1.86:

Platforms:
Windows XP,Windows Vista (32 bit),Windows 7 (32 bit),Windows Vista (64 bit),Windows 7 (64 bit),Windows 8,Windows Server,windows 10
Version:
1.86
Licence:
Freeware
Developer:
CPUID
Date Added:
August 13, 2018

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