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CPU-Z 1.50 Released

Discussion in 'News' started by alexp999, Feb 15, 2009.

  1. alexp999

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    The latest version of the popular CPU, motherboard and memory identification utility from CPUID, was released yesterday. The new version brings:
    • Improved support for AMD Phenom II processor.
    • New Intel Core i7 models.
    • Support for NVIDIA 740i chipset.
    • Several bug fixes.

    DOWNLOAD: CPU-Z 1.50

    Source: CPUID
     
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    Just to point out, it should say Download CPU-Z 1.50 not 1.49. :p

    Anyway, is there a way to see what the several bug fixes were? I didn't have any, but I just like to see what was actually fixed.
     
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    Damn, thats cus I copied that bit from a previous article, lol.

    I really need to wake up!

    :toast:
     
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    Well it's got off to a great start....apparently my CPU is an AMD Opteron 1387. Either I'm lucky, or this is wrong. *sigh* *reports bug*

    Worst of all, I can't even find an AMD Opteron 1387 anywhere. Not even listed on AMD's website.
     
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    then you have some sort of super secret cpu that nobody knows of:roll:
     

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