CPU-Z is able to display detailed information about the processor(s) used in the system. In addition, the program also shows information about the working memory and the motherboard. The developers of CPUID recently released a new version of CPU-Z in the form of 1.32 posted online. This version ships with a number of tweaks and bug fixes, including the recognition of AMD Athlon FX-60 and Intel Celeron 35x processors and the improved support of Intel’s Core Duo and Core Solo CPUs. The full changelog looks like this:
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- Athlon FX-60 detection added.
- Athlon64 new memory dividers.
- Celeron 35x Cedar Mill, Pentium D 805.
- Core Solo & Core Duo detection improved.
- VIA C7 CPU detection added.
- Intel i975X, i945GT chipset support.
- ATI RD580 chipset support.
- ULi smbus support improved.
- Fix smbus conflict with ClockGen.
|Operating systems||Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP x64, Windows Server 2003 x64|