Release Date: January 25, 2000.
A necessary software addition to any hardcore PC user, CPU-Z is a feather-light and free utility that gathers system information in a single place. Setting up CPU-Z takes little time and minimal effort.
In terms of interface, CPU-Z has always adopted a blunt look with no visual highlights. Considering the technical nature of the utility, appearance is not that important anyway, as long as information is neatly organized, and CPU-Z sticks to that rule.
At startup it may take a while to load all modules, separately classified into CPU, caches, mainboard, memory, SPD and graphics information. Some details are shown in real time, such as the current core and bus speed, along with rated FSB.
All data can be exported to a plain text document or HTML file for closer examination and safekeeping. In addition, this info can be submitted online to the developer to validate it.
Although it does not come packed with advanced features such as benchmarks for various PC areas, CPU-Z offers a straightforward solution to find out valuable hardware information and even identify some unknown components.
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