D o you ever wanted to know what exactly is there inside your PC but couldn’t get the courage to open up your Cabinet and peep inside? Now everyone is not that Hardware junkie! Although it is always good to know some basic hardware skills in order to fix small problems in your machine but still no one is going to become a pro on the first try! In fact if you mess too much with your PC Hardware then chances are that you might damage your PC! So lets start with something lighter, well a simple software which will tell you A-Z everything you have inside your small little beast!
The name of the software is CPU-Z. As usual free to download and easy & safe to use! Please read below to know more
Information that it collects
With the help of CPU-Z you can get the following information easily
- Name and number;
- Core stepping and process;
- Core voltage;
- Internal and external clocks, clock multiplier;
- Supported instructions sets;
- Cache information.
- Vendor, model and revision.
- BIOS model and date;
- Chipset (northbridge and southbridge) and sensor;
- Graphic interface;
- Frequency and timings;
- Module(s) specification using SPD (Serial Presence Detect) : vendor, serial number, timings table.
In short this is all you need to know about your Computer Hardware core!
Download & Usage direction:
The installation is quite simple, similar to any other standard software. Simply download the software from the link given below and start the executable file. It will automatically install itself! The software is compatible with Windows XP/Vista and even Windows 7 [tested by us].
Uninstallation is also easy and takes a few minutes. Go to Start Menu > Control Panel > Add or Remove Program and remove the program from there.
Reviews [Pros and Cons]
The software is tiny [only 2 MB] and does exactly what it is meant for! It showed up the correct information of my system in no time. Although it has some issue displaying the RAM frequency [May be because I was using Windows7 which is not supported officially by CPU-Z] which showed the RAM frequency of my machine to be 400 MHz whereas it is actually 800 MHz and also weirdly showed 8GB of RAM installed in my system whereas the actual amount is 4 GB. Also if you have a brand new PC with touching edge devices then you have to wait a little before you get the most updated CPU-Z to enlighten your PC.
Despite of this, CPU-Z gives us the a short and compact picture of our PC internals. So if you ever want to have a look inside your PC without opening it up, then this tool is perfect for you! Also if you know any other tool better than this then please share with us…