CPUID (PARKOZ Software) released a new version of CPU Identification/Test software called CPU-Z i.e v1.86. It can use to identify the Processor name and number, codename, process, package, cache levels, Mainboard, and chipset. Including Memory type, size, timings, and module specifications (SPD) plus real-time measurement of each core’s internal frequency, memory frequency.
This update includes three things:
1. Support Intel’s 9th generation Core CPU family, including Cofee Lake 900K/9700K/9600K/9600/9500/9400.
2. Support Cofee Lake-U processor;
3. Add memory vendor support for NVIDIA graphics cards.
As more and more motherboards add support, hardware detection tools are also paving the way for identification. The 9th generation Core 9000 is getting closer and closer to us.
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That’s great Intel 9 Generation is coming soon. I am so happy. Thanks for posting and please make a post of intel 9 generation with its features.