How to find out the type of PC/laptop CPU in detail
Every computer has a different CPU or processor, but do you know what type of CPU you are using?
This guide will tell you how to find out what CPU computers and laptops are up to very detailed level.
Knowing the type of computer CPU is very important, because from there we can anticipate what programs can be run on the computer.
There are many ways to see the CPU type without having to read the product packaging. The following tutorial will take advantage of the hardware recognition system in Windows.
How to find out the type of computer/laptop CPU
1. Click Start then look for a program named dxdiag.
2. In dxdiag, you will see CPU type in column Processor.
Unfortunately, dxdiag only displays information such as brand, version, clock speedand the amount core just.
If you want to know more about CPU specifications, you can go to one of the following Intel ARK pages.
4. After the CPU name is bagged, go to Intel Product Specifications. Enter the CPU name in the search field then press Enter.
5. After that, click the CPU that suits yours and the complete information can be seen.
This page presents various specifics of the type of CPU you are using, starting from the release date, the number of threadpower consumption, capacity cacheRAM support, temperature resistance, to processor instructions, whether it’s 32-bit or 64-bit.
What is clock speed?
clock speed is the number of operations that can be performed by each core in the CPU. This parameter is represented by MHz or GHz. The higher the number, the higher the CPU capability.
What are cores?
At first the CPU has one core or core. But manufacturers increase it to 2, 4, 6, 8 and so on. Addition of quantity core can double CPU performance.
CPU-Z is the best software to view CPU performance information in real real-time. You can get it for free on this page.
The CPU’s best performance is when the temperature is at its optimal level. Maybe you are interested in reading how to make the CPU not heat up fast.
So, what CPU have you been using so far? Are you satisfied with the performance, or want to upgrade?