A new version of the popular system identification software called CPU-Z made its way onto the Internet today.
CPU-Z is now at version 1.48 and most notably, this releases includes better support for Intel Core i7 (Bloomfield & Gainestown). As well as that though, AMD gets looked after with brand new support for the upcoming AMD Athlon "Kuma" processor. A little ahead of its time, Intel Atom dual-core version also becomes supported.
You can download the latest version of the program
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