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Detailed information about processor, cache, clocks, temperature, voltage and processor features.
Processor: Vendor, name and number of the processor and also expected (not-overclocked) processor clock.
Coprocessor: Vendor and name of the numeric coprocessor. In 486DX and higher coprocessor and processor are using the same crystal (except NexGen Nx586/686); coprocessor is identified as Internal.
CPU Clock: Processor frequency. For Pentium processors frequency is defined with the RDTSC command reading TSC (Time Stamp Counter). Frequency accuracy reaches 0.1 MHz with any CPU usage. For 486 and lower processors frequency is defined by its speed.
Level 1 Cache: L1 cache size (cache for keeping data and instruction). Is identified for Intel processors of the sixth generation and higher, AMD K5 PR120 and higher, VIA Cyrix III and higher, Centaur processors.
Level 2 Cache: L2 cache size. L2 cache is integrated in the processor and identified for Intel processors of the sixth generation, AMD K6-2+ and higher, VIA Cyrix III and higher.
Level 2 Cache Clock: L2 cache clock.
Level 3 Cache: L3 cache size.
Level 4 Cache: L4 cache size.
E-core Level 1 Cache: Efficient core L1 cache size (cache for keeping data and instruction). Is identified for Intel Hybrid processors.
E-core Level 2 Cache: Efficient core L2 cache size. L2 cache is integrated in the processor and identified for Intel Hybrid processors.
Code Name: Processor code name before its official release.
Manufacturing Process: Production technology in nm.
Bus Type: CPU to Northbridge bus type (Intel Front-Side Bus (FSB), Intel QuickPath Interconnect (QPI), AMD HyperTransport).
System Bus Clock: Processor system bus clock.
QPI Clock: QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) frequency for Intel processors.
QPI Speed: QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) speed for Intel processors.
HyperTransport Clock: HyperTransport clock for AMD processors.
Bus Bandwidth: The total amount of data that can theoretically be transferred on the bus.
FSB Clock: Processor FSB clock and bus type (DDR, QDR). Is determined for Intel Pentium Pro processors and higher, AMD K6-2 and higher, VIA Cyrix III and higher, IDT WinChip2 and higher.
Multiplier: Processor clock multiplier. Is determined for Intel Pentium Pro processors and higher, AMD K6-2 and higher, VIA Cyrix III and higher, IDT WinChip2 and higher.
Expected Clock: Expected (not-overclocked) processor clock. It allows to identify the processor overclocked. Is available for Intel Pentium Pro processors and higher.
Overclocking Support: Processor overclocking support: overclocking bins in MHz or unlocked multiplier.
AMD Core Performance Boost (AMD Turbo Core Technology): Support for AMD Core Performance Boost (enabled/disabled).
Max Turbo Clock: Maximum overclocked frequency of processors with Intel Turbo Boost or AMD Core Performance Boost.
Max Turbo Clock E-cores: Maximum overclocked frequency of efficient cores of Intel Hybrid processors.
Turbo Boost: Information about Intel Turbo Boost technology and Turbo Boost status - enabled/disabled.
Turbo Boost E-cores: Information about Intel Turbo Boost technology and Turbo Boost status - enabled/disabled for Intel Hybrid processors.
Turbo Clock (N core): Maximum overclocked frequency for N core.
Processor Topology: Number of Nodes, Modules/CPU Complexes (CCX), cores, threads.
Socket Type: Socket (slot, socket) and package processor type. Is determined for Intel Pentium II processors and higher.
Instruction Set: List of supported instruction sets (IA-32, x86-64, AMD64, MMX, 3DNow, SSE, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4, AVX, AVX2, AES, FMA, VT-x, SHA, AMD-V).
Maximum Temperature (Tjmax): Maximum junction temperature of Intel Core processors and higher.
Core Voltage: CPU core voltage.
Northbridge Clock: Northbridge clock for AMD Phenom II processors and higher.
Northbridge Voltage: Northbridge voltage for AMD Phenom II processors and higher.
Maximum Uncore Clock: Maximum frequency of the non-core parts of the CPU (memory controller, ring bus, last level cache).
Vendor: Identification of
the processor's vendor
Processor Name: Internal processor name.
Processor Type: Identifies single, dual processors and overdrive processors. The program will type 'Original OEM Processor', 'OverDrive Processor' and 'Dual Processor'.
CPUID: Family, Model, Stepping. Information identified by the CPUID instruction. Family is processor generation (for Intel processors: 4 - 486, 5 - Pentium, 6 - Pentium Pro and processors based on the it core).
Ext. Family/Model: Extended Family and Model.
CPU Signature: Processor 8-byte verification code.
BrandID: Identifies Celeron, Pentium III, Pentium III Xeon, Pentium III-S, Pentium III-M, Celeron Mobile, Pentium 4, Pentium 4-M, Xeon, Xeon MP, AMD Opteron and Athlon 64 processors. Available on Intel processors based on the 0.18-micron Coppermine technology.
Number of Cores: Number of processor cores on physical chip.
Logical Cores Count: Count of logical cores of Hyper-Threading technology.
Number of P-cores: Type, number of physical and logical performance cores (P-cores) for Intel Hybrid processors.
Number of E-cores: Type, number of physical and logical efficient cores (E-cores) for Intel Hybrid processors.
Serial Number: Processor Serial Number. Available on Intel Pentium III and Intel Pentium II Mobile processors. The serial number must be enabled in BIOS Setup.
Engineer Sample: Available for Engineer Sample only.
Core Stepping: Core stepping to identify processor errors and frequency rates.
sSpec Number: sSpec Number for Intel processors.
QDF Number: QDF Number for Engineer Sample of Intel processors.
OPN Code: OPN Code for AMD processors.
Microcode Revision: Processor microcode revision.
Max TDP: Maximum Thermal Design Power (TDP).
Configurable TDP: Manufacturer-configured TDP for the given processor frequency.
Power Limit 1 (Time): Long Power Limit (time in seconds).
Power Limit 2 (Time): Short Power Limit (time in milliseconds).
Transistor Count: Number of transistor.
Die Size: CPU die size in mm2.
Family Frequency Range: Frequency range on which processors of the given family were made.
Family Release Date: Release date of the given family.
Launch Date: Launch date of this CPU model.
Recommended Price (USD): Recommended customer price in USD at the launch date of this CPU model.
Integrated Graphics: Name of integrated graphics controller.
Video Memory Size:
Status: Current status (enabled/disabled).
Location: Graphics controller location (CPU Integrated).
Hardware ID: Integrated graphics hardware identifier.
Revision: Integrated graphics silicon revision.
Core Voltage: Current CPU core voltage.
Package Temperature: Temperature of processor package. Available for Intel Sandy Bridge processors and higher.
System Bus Clock: Current system bus clock.
FSB Clock: Current FSB clock and bus type (DDR, QDR).
Current Uncore Clock: Frequency of the non-core parts of the CPU (memory controller, ring bus, last level cache).
Temperature Core: Current temperature of CPU core. Available for Intel Core and AMD Athlon processors and higher.
Core Clock: Current frequency of CPU core. 'Origianl' is expected (not-overclocked) core clock.
Multiplier: Current clock multiplier.
additional command set.
processor features returned by the CPUID instruction.
List of additional power management features.
If your processor doesn't support CPUID, this window will be closed after showing the first three items and displaying a message 'CPUID Command: Not Present'.
See Driver page for more details.
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