CPU-Z is a free application that has been around for over 20 years. Modern processors contain a set of instructions that, when activated, provide extensive information about the processor: make, model, number of cores, cache levels, etc. In addition to the brains of the computer, it also displays similar information about the motherboard and system memory, including :
- Processor name and number, codename, process, package, cache levels
- Motherboard and chipset
- Memory module type, size, timings and characteristics (SPD)
- Real-time measurement of the internal frequency of each core, memory frequency
CPU-Z also contains a simple processor benchmark and stress test; you can upload your results to their website and share your stats.
The Android version of CPU-Z reports information about your mobile devices:
- SoC (System on a Chip) name, architecture, clock speed for each core
- System information: device make and model, screen resolution, RAM, storage.
- Battery information: level, status, temperature, capacity
- Name and number
- Core stepping and process
- Core voltage
- Internal and external clock, clock multiplier
- Supported instruction sets
- Cache info
- Manufacturer, model and edition
- BIOS model and date
- Chipset (North and South) and Sensor
- Graphical interface
- Frequency and time
- Module (s) specification using SPD (Serial Presence Detect): vendor, serial number, timing table
- Windows and DirectX version
- Intel Core i9 12900K, Core i7 12700K and Core i5 12600K “Alder Lake” processors and Intel Z6xx platform.
- Supports DDR5 SPD and XMP 3.0 memory.
- AMD Radeon 6600XT graphics processor.