CPU-Z supports the new Intel Sandy Bridge processors

Posted by Franck Delattre - September 21th, 2010

We have improved the support of the latest Intel Sandy Bridge processor in CPU-Z. It does now display the processor name and logo, as well as the memory frequency and timings.


You can download the beta version at that address.


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stasio , September 24th, 2010 - #2165
Socket 1156 LGA?
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cpuid , October 2nd, 2010 - #2324
Yes the beta expired today , oct 1st.
I extended it, please download it again.

thomaser > can you please contact me directly ?
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thomaser , October 04th, 2010 - #2380
Dear CPUID:

How to contact with you directly??

rsabatino , September 22th, 2010 - #2121
thats an odd name for a chip. makes you wonder how sandy is the bridge ? sorry for the pun nice work.
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thomaser , October 2nd, 2010 - #2319
We try the I7 2600 CPU, but the CPUz show I7 2600k.
It is wrong messge to test.
Do you release new tool to fix the problem?
Thank you.
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stasio , October 20th, 2010 - #2698
No problem Franck,when 1.55.3 will appear?
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newje , October 2nd, 2010 - #2316
shows the beta is expired.
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chriswolf , October 06th, 2011 - #3606
hi
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ok1 , October 18th, 2010 - #2662
The beta version released in September expired now there is a October 13 beta version that works. However it would be *nice* if you could advise

a) If this version will also expire

b) What date it will expire


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Paulysvision , October 09th, 2010 - #2480
Sandy bridg will be 1155 not 1156 , the sandy bridge will also release a 2011 socket as well... they will replace the 1156/1336 sockets and are not cross compatible.
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hanz , October 13th, 2011 - #3639
I have an Intel DH67CF board with a Intel I7 2600k cpu. Can you handle that config??


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hanz , October 13th, 2011 - #3638
I have an Intel DH67CF board with a Intel I7 2600k cpu. Can you handle that config??


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cpuid , October 10th, 2010 - #2518
> Thomaser : please use the contact form ( http://www.cpuid.com/contact.html ), from that I will reply and we will exchange our email addresses.

> Stasio : yes it is a mistake, it is 1155.
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