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CPU-Z 1.75 released

by on25 January 2016

Preliminary support for Broadwell-E CPUs

The folks over at CPUID have just released a new version of CPU-Z, the very popular system information software utility that reports processor names and numbers, mainboard and memory information, and real-time clock frequencies in a simple and easy to access format.

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CPU-Z 1.75 was released on January 22, 2016 and includes preliminary support for Intel’s upcoming Broadwell-E series high-end desktop processors for the X99 platform that are scheduled to debut by the middle of Q2 2016. These include the 10-core Core i7 6950X, the eight-core Core i7 6900K, and the six-core Core i7 6850K and 6800K.

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CPU-Z 1.75 - Released January 22, 2016

The new release also includes full support for Intel Skylake-based Pentium processors, Skylake-based Celeron processors and Skylake-based Core m3, m5 and m7 mobile processors.

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Intel 14nm Skylake Core M 6000 Series mobile processors

CPUID has also updated the program to support AMD’s new 28nm Kaveri-based flagship unlocked A10-7890K 4.1GHz APU.

Since August 2015, CPU-Z has conveniently featured a new “CPU Benchmark” tab with single-threaded and multi-threaded options. These benchmark modes can serve as simple alternatives to Prime95 and Intel Burn Test.

CPU-Z version 1.75 can be downloaded here.

Last modified on 25 January 2016
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