Processor | Intel Processor Identification Utility 4.75
Date: 09/28/2013 04:29 PM
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The main features of the utility are available via the menu items at the top of the screen:
How the Utility Works
The Frequency Test section of the Intel® Processor Identification Utility runs a frequency determination algorithm (speed test) to determine at what internal speed the processor is running. The utility then examines internal data in the processor and makes a comparison between this data and the operating frequency it measured. The utility then informs the user of the overall system status as a result of this comparison.
The CPU Technologies section of the utility reads the internal registers of the processor to identify and display the Intel processor technologies that the processor supports.
The CPUID Data section of the utility identifies Intel® processors by reading a precise instruction embedded in the processor. The utility translates this instruction and uses it to display information about the processor.
The Save link generates a text log file containing all of the information obtained by the Intel Processor Identification Utility. The utility asks for the filename and location in which to save the log file. Multiple writes to the same log file (e.g. in a multiprocessor system) are appended in that log file.
The Web Update link opens the default web browser on the system to the Intel Website containing the latest version of the Intel Processor Identification Utility.
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