CPU-Z utility for displaying full information about a personal computer

To display the main elements of your system, such as the processor, its number and name, cache level, chipset, motherboard, indicators of the memory clock frequency, as well as individual cores and some others, a freely distributed program was developed CPU-Z.


CPU-Z utility for displaying full information about a personal computer

SPD specification, time, size and type of memory

At the moment, thanks to the CPUID kit in CPU-Z, it is already possible to individually use the detection module and tools for developing information about the CPUID system, SDK.

Installation and Setup CPU-Z

Starting with version 1.51, the CPU-Z includes an installer. Installation offers several advantages over the standalone version:

During installation, program entries are created in the Start menu and on the desktop.

It installs the correct x32 or x64 binary, depending on your system.

Installation CPU-Z

Run the installation .exe file and follow the instructions during the installation process.

Removal CPU-Z

You can remove the program from the "Add or Remove Programs" window from the "Settings", "Control Panel" menus or select "Remove CPU-Z" from the "Start", "Programs", "CPUID", "CPU-Z" menus.

Configuration CPU-Z

CPU-Z uses the cpuz.ini configuration file, which allows you to set several parameters for the program. The cpuz.ini file must be in the same directory as cpuz.exe. Please note that the use of this file is optional. If the .ini file is not found, the default values ​​will be used.

CPU-Z Sample:

[CPU-Z]

TextFontName = Verdana

TextFontSize = 13

TextFontColor = 000060

LabelFontName = Verdana

LabelFontSize = 13

PCI = 1

MaxPCIBus = 256

DMI = 1

Sensor = 1

SMBus = 1

Display = 1

UseDisplayAPI = 1

BusClock = 1

Chipset = 1

SPD = 1

CheckUpdates = 1

Let's analyze each field and its CPU-Z value:

  • TextFontName - The font used for information blocks.

  • TextFontSize - The size of the font used for information blocks.

  • TextFontColor - The color of the font used for information fields. The value is expressed in hexadecimal and consists of the classic red / green / blue color codes: RRGGBB

  • LabelFontName - The font used for labels

  • LabelFontSize - The size of the font used for labels.

  • Sensor - Setting to OFF (or 0) disables sensor chip detection and voltage measurement.

  • DMI - Setting to OFF disables DMI (Desktop Management Interface) information. This includes the manufacturer and BIOS version, motherboard manufacturer and version.

  • PCI - Setting to OFF disables PCI information. This disables the chipset, SPD and, depending on the hardware, sensory information.

  • MaxPCIBus - Sets the maximum PCI bus for scanning. The default is 256.

  • SMBus - Setting to OFF (or 0) disables SMBus: SPD information and, depending on hardware, sensor information.

  • Display - Setting to OFF (or 0) disables the video card information reported in the validator.

  • ShowDutyCycles - Set to 1, toggles an alternate method for calculating clock frequency based on duty cycles. 0 to disable.

  • UseDisplayAPI - Set to 1, uses the display driver to read information about display adapters. 0 to disable.

  • CheckUpdate - Check for updates.

Special CPU-Z keys:

The F5 key allows you to save the screenshot as a bmp file in the application directory.

The F6 key copies the current page to the clipboard.

The F7 key saves the cvf verification file to the current directory.

The F9 key toggles methods for calculating the processor clock speed.

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