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Discussion in 'General Software' started by stasio, Feb 6, 2010.

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    CPU-Z ain't a Techpowerup based program as GPU-Z u need to get in touch why the author Frank Delattre, see if u can do that through http://www.cpuid.com/
     
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    CPU-Z 1.60

    ftp://ftp.cpuid.com/cpu-z/cpu-z_1.60-setup-en.exe
    ftp://ftp.cpuid.com/cpu-z/cpu-z_1.60-32bits-en.zip
    ftp://ftp.cpuid.com/cpu-z/cpu-z_1.60-64bits-en.zip

    CPU-Z 1.60 has been released. That new version adds the support for the next Intel and AMD platforms : Ivy Bridge, and Trinity. Other changes are :

    Intel Core i5 2550K, 2450P and 2380P with no GPU.
    Intel Core i3/i5/i7 22 nm "Ivy Bridge" (37xx, 35xx, 34xx, 33xx, 32xx).
    Intel Xeon E3 (SandyBridge-WS).
    Intel Z77 platform.
    AMD FX-8140, FX-4150 and Mobile Llano (socket FS1).
    AMD "Trinity" APU Preliminary support.
    Windows 32/64-bit report.
     
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    Is there a reason why the main post isn't kept up to date instead of posting every time a new version comes out?
     
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    1.60.1 BETA (x64) Memory frequency is wrong.

    [​IMG]
     
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    KIS did alert about 'suspicious driver installation' when I ran 1.60.1, but does not alert on other versions. However, I just ran it with KIS off, and it gives the same wrong frequency reading.
     
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    hmm, u remembered to deactivate "self-defense" ?

    if not, than exit KIS is useless, plus u need to allow every version of CPU-Z in KIS i did that no problem, it could also be a x64 bug not sure.
     
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    Here is what I have observed:

    Exiting KIS kills it, no Kaspersky processes are are running.

    However, I tried your suggestion and disabled Self Defense before killing KIS. Although the 'Suspicious driver installation' pop-up did not appear (obviously because KIS was not running), the same incorrect memory frequency was reported by CPU-Z 1.60.1 x64. Also, 1.60.1 x32 also displays the same incorrect frequency.

    With all other versions of CPU-Z; they are automatically added to the KIS list of Trusted Applications with no action required on my part.

    Therefore, my conclusion must be there is something wrong with 1.60.1
     
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    Yes, CPU-Z 1.60 is correct. All other versions of CPU-Z, as well as AIDA64, MaxxMem, SIV, SIW, SiSandra, HWInfo, CPU-Tweaker all agree.

    It is the same as set in BIOS.

    Only CPU-Z 1.60.1 is different.

    Given the above facts, what would you conclude?
     
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    160_02 and it's still 1.60.1 :/
     
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    Yea,I said above latest portable is from 2012-03-24.
     

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