Friday, March 2nd 2012

CPU-Z 1.60 Released, Brings Ivy Bridge Support, Knows Some Trinity Too

A fresh (and funky?) new version of CPU-Z has today been released and it brings support for Intel's incoming Ivy Bridge processors, as well as for the Core i5 2550K, 2450P and 2380P, the Xeon E3, the Z77 platform, and for AMD’s FX-8140, FX-4150 Bulldozers. Moreover, there’s Windows 32/64-bit info in the About tab, and preliminary support for the Piledriver-powered Trinity APUs (from AMD).

To get CPU-Z 1.60 check out this page.

Thanks to stasio for the heads up.
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6 Comments on CPU-Z 1.60 Released, Brings Ivy Bridge Support, Knows Some Trinity Too

#1
AsRock
TPU addict
E8400 could not find a more current one ?.
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Cristian_25H
News Poster
by: AsRock
E8400 could not find a more current one ?.
I could but I'd have to pay for it and I'm not in a spending mood :D. Maybe after Ivy Bridge come out... ;)
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#3
stasio
by: cristian_25h


thanks to stasio for the heads up.
;)
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#4
Legacy-ZA
I still use a E8400 as well. :)
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#5
hhumas
I have used 2 e8400 and sell it ... now using e6600
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#6
mesk
cpu-z 1.60 crashes Windows 8

title says it all.anyone else getting crashes on Windows 8 CP?
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