Overview – CPU-Z 1.94 for Windows x32/x64

CPU-Z is an informative application, its ability to reveal all sorts of details about your processor, memory, cores, and more so you know how to get the most out of your computer.

What’s New in CPU-Z 1.94.8:

  • Intel Tiger Lake-U and Tiger Lake-H
  • Intel Z590

Anyone who expects his computer to be in top shape must first of all be aware of its capabilities and potential, and for this it is best to use a dedicated utility program.
Before we dive deeper into the functionality that the app integrates, it’s worth discussing the fact that the user interface it offers you should feel approachable, which is not surprising given the niche the program belongs to.

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

Manufacturer, model and edition.
BIOS model and date.
Chipset (north and south bridges) and sensor.
Graphical interface.
Memory size

Frequency and time.

Specification of module (s) using SPD (Serial Presence Detect): vendor, serial number, timing table.CPU-Z InterfaceThus, the multi-tab graphical interface contains many details about the most important devices on your system. This way, you can get an idea of the specifics of your processor and view information such as name, package, technology, specification, family, and instructions. In addition, the application collects some data about core clock and bus speed.

cpu-z settings

Provides detailed information on processor, motherboard, memory, graphics
Also, if you are curious about cache levels, you can rest assured that the program will provide you with relevant information about this as well. As for the motherboard, you can find out the manufacturer, model, chipset, and more, as well as some interesting BIOS details.

As for the memory of your system, it displays its type, size and time. You can also find out that the SPD tab, which includes data on module specifications, is also quite extensive. It includes data on module size, maximum throughput, part and serial number, not to mention that timing tables are also integrated.

Special keys cpu-z

  • The F5 key saves the screenshot as a BMP file in the application directory. They are named cpu.bmp, cache.bmp, mainboard.bmp, and memory.bmp.
  • The F6 key copies the current page to the clipboard.
  • The F7 key saves the test cvf file in the current directory.
  • The F9 key toggles the methods for calculating the processor clock frequency.
  • Calculating cache latency The Cache Latency

Calculator tool allows you to gather information about your system’s cache hierarchy. For each cache level, its size and timeout are specified. Please note that code caches are not reported. The delay tool can be downloaded here.

Config file CPU-Z uses the cpuz.ini configuration file, which allows you to set several parameters for the program. The cpuz.ini file must be in the same directory as cpuz.exe.

Please note that using this file is optional. If the .ini file is not found, the default values will be used. It looks like this: [CPU-Z] TextFontName = Verdana TextFontSize = 13 TextFontColor = 000060 LabelFontName = Verdana LabelFontSize = 13 PCI = 1 MaxPCIBus = 256 DMI = 1 Sensor = 1 SMBus = 1 Display = 1 UseDisplayAPI = 1 BusClock = 1 Chipset = 1 SPD = 1 CheckUpdates = 1

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