CPU-Z 1.75 Released by CPUID with Broadwell-E Series Support
For the enthusiasts among you, CPUID has released the latest version of their system information collection software namely CPU-Z version 1.75.
The highlights of the matter are that the newest iteration of the software comes with support for the upcoming Intel Broadwell-E series for the X99 platform. This means support for Core i7 6950X (10 cores)Core i7 6900K (eight cores), Core i7 6850K and 6800K (both six cores).
Needless to say, the newly released software also supports Skylake Pentium processors, Skylake Celeron processors and Skylake Core m3, m5 and m7 processors.
Last but not the least it will also, finally, support AMD’s Kavari A10-7890K 4.1GHz APU.
The CPU-Z‘s detection engine is now available for customized use through the CPUID System Information Development Kit, a professional SDK built for Microsoft Windows.
Here are the things that CPU-Z version 1.75 is going to be gathering information on:
- Processor name and number, codename, process, package, cache levels.
- Mainboard and chipset.
- Memory type, size, timings, and module specifications (SPD).
- Real time measurement of each core’s internal frequency, memory frequency.
The official website of the system information collection software is currently allowing you to download the freeware with the basic version as well as customized versions for MSI Gaming, ROG version, Gigabyte G1, Gigabyte OC and ASRock Formula.
Head here to get your hands on this.
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