Software Update: Central Brain Identifier R4

The fourth build of Central Brain Identifier version 7.7 has just been released. The full version number is Build 1220 R4 and the download is here to find. The program recognizes more than fifty models of AMD processors and displays detailed information such as core name, revision and voltage, frequency, rating, cache and PowerNow technology. In addition, it is also able to perform some tweaks regarding, for example, the L1 cache and the Clock Control Register. Among other things, compatibility with the Sempron 64 processor family has been improved in this release. The full release notes are as follows:

The latest version of CBId has been updated up to build 1220! Due to our recent system upgrade, we have improved CBId’s compatibility with AMD Sempron 64 processor. So, now CBId correctly shows a nominal frequency and an OPN number for this AMD processor family. For those AMD64 processors that don’t support the AMD PowerNow! Technology, CBId now properly reports a dynamically updateable value of VCore under the Mobility tab. And the final news that makes CBId the absolute winner in AMD CPU identification is the support to the next core revision F0! The latest version can identify a processor socket and a full revision number of the newest AMD64 processor due to support of rare CPUs with the following CPUID signatures: 20FC1h, 20FF1h, 20F11h, 20F31h, 20F81h, 20F91h, 20F72h, 20F51h, 20F82h, 20F92h, 20FB2h, 30F82h, 30F42h, 30F52h, 40F10h, 40F30h, 40F40h, 40F50h, 40F70h, 40FC0h, 40FF0h.[break]

Version number Build 1220 R4
Operating systems Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Website AMD club
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License type Freeware