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New CPU-Z app launches with Hall of Fame website

Easily see highest clock speeds and FSB

Cameron Wilmot | Dec 4, 2008 at 8:28 am CST (0 mins, 51 secs time to read)

CPU-Z 1.49 has just been released and comes with support for AMD's upcoming Phenom II processor along with new Intel processors quietly released recently.

The developers of the software used to identify and prove system speeds and so, also spent considerable time improve the load speed of CPU-Z according to the release notes, and indeed after testing, it does load up a little quicker. Download it here.

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- AMD Phenom II processor
- New Intel Core 2 models
- Improved loading time
- New online validation process
- New Hall of Fame

New CPU-Z app launches with Hall of Fame website

What is probably most interesting of all is that with this release of CPU-Z, CPUID has also launched the CPU-Z Hall of Fame website, you can view it right here.

It lists World Frequency Records, World Frequency Records (Intel Core i7 CPU), World Frequency Records (AMD K10 CPU), Highest FSB Reached and much more.

It should end up proving to be a very popular website for enthusiasts and overclockers looking to attain information on current world records.

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