System Utilities Diagnostics & Benchmarks Intel Processor Identification Utility

Intel Processor Identification Utility 5.30 for Windows

by Intel Corp.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (84 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.8 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows 7/2000/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 22,004
Publisher Intel Corp.
Homepage Intel Processor Identification Utility

Publisher's Description

Intel Processor Identification Utility was developed to identify the processor inside a system, assuring the processor contains intended technologies and is operating at the tested and rated frequency intended by Intel Corporation.

Latest Reviews

BarneyR

BarneyR reviewed v4.0 on Nov 18, 2008

"Fn key" - what's that?

mikeyx11

mikeyx11 reviewed v4.0 on Nov 18, 2008

tscar13, you have to be one of the more stupid people I have seen and god knows there are a lot out there. Usually only notebooks have the Fn key. Also, Windows doesn't tell you what capabilities the CPU has. It's not rocket science.

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v4.0 on Nov 17, 2008

tscar13, amazingly, not every machine has the Function Key. Not every person knows off the top of their head the model name or functionality of their processor.

Otherwise this does the job fine.

DeadFly

DeadFly reviewed v3.7 on Sep 13, 2007

Does it's job and gives more info than any other utility I've seen, but I'd like it if it didn't require installation. I prefer not to install stuff on my servers that isn't completely necessary.

Nazz

Nazz reviewed v3.0 on Jul 4, 2006

5/5 does exactly what is says it does, very nice indeed

the browser problem does not seem to happen to me, it works like a charm,

woops sorry for the misleading information i didnt see ur post for for V1 back in 04

c0ldfusi0n

c0ldfusi0n reviewed v1.0 on Oct 6, 2004

Nice little app if you don't already know your intel CPU specs, or if you want to check if the specs are really what that suspicious salesman told you they were.

One drawback: It's either me or them, but their 'Web Update' button doesn't work. I have MSIE installed and Firefox, but the app says it couldn't detect a browser.

Besides that, accurate report, ability to save your CPU specs as text, and a simple but complete help file.

Would get a 5 if it wouldn't bug with the browser thing.

Avg. Rating 4.4 (84 votes)
Your Rating
BarneyR

BarneyR reviewed v4.0 on Nov 18, 2008

"Fn key" - what's that?

mikeyx11

mikeyx11 reviewed v4.0 on Nov 18, 2008

tscar13, you have to be one of the more stupid people I have seen and god knows there are a lot out there. Usually only notebooks have the Fn key. Also, Windows doesn't tell you what capabilities the CPU has. It's not rocket science.

mjm01010101

mjm01010101 reviewed v4.0 on Nov 17, 2008

tscar13, amazingly, not every machine has the Function Key. Not every person knows off the top of their head the model name or functionality of their processor.

Otherwise this does the job fine.

DeadFly

DeadFly reviewed v3.7 on Sep 13, 2007

Does it's job and gives more info than any other utility I've seen, but I'd like it if it didn't require installation. I prefer not to install stuff on my servers that isn't completely necessary.

Nazz

Nazz reviewed v3.0 on Jul 4, 2006

5/5 does exactly what is says it does, very nice indeed

the browser problem does not seem to happen to me, it works like a charm,

woops sorry for the misleading information i didnt see ur post for for V1 back in 04

c0ldfusi0n

c0ldfusi0n reviewed v1.0 on Oct 6, 2004

Nice little app if you don't already know your intel CPU specs, or if you want to check if the specs are really what that suspicious salesman told you they were.

One drawback: It's either me or them, but their 'Web Update' button doesn't work. I have MSIE installed and Firefox, but the app says it couldn't detect a browser.

Besides that, accurate report, ability to save your CPU specs as text, and a simple but complete help file.

Would get a 5 if it wouldn't bug with the browser thing.

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