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CPU-Z 1.34 released

Discussion in 'News' started by //mAr, May 31, 2006.

  1. //mAr New Member

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    It's not mentioned on CPUID.org that CPU-Z 1.34 was released, but you are able to download it here from their website.
    Changelog:
    • AMD socket AM2/S1/F (rev F.) CPUs support.
    • Enhanced Performance Profile (EPP) memory information report.
    • Added Trc (bank cycle time) in DDR2 SPD report.
    • Added Trc (bank cycle time) on i925, i945, i955, i975 chipsets.
    • FB-DIMM DDR2 SPD information report.
    • Core 2 Duo names and logos added.
    • Turion 64 X2 logo added.
    • Several bug fixed.
    Source: www.CPUID.org

    Update May 31, 2006:
    It seems there was a problem with the 1.34 release. Now they got CPU-Z 1.34.1 officially on their Website. The Link is still the same.
    Last edited: Jun 1, 2006
  2. Tory New Member

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    It says nothing about 1.34 on cpuid.org and the download link does not work.
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    newtekie1 Semi-Retired Folder

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    It still isn't up on their site yet, but at least the download link works now, and the seem to have change to version 1.34.1. So maybe there was a problem with the original release.
    Crunching for Team TPU
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    it`s not showing things right on my MSI.Vcore 1.9V etc etc..
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    Not showing voltage for my 3700 Sandy :-(

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