CPU-Z Free

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Video tutorial and screenshots

  • Main Interface
  • Program information and tools.
  • Validating online to get my ID
  • Setup wizard
  • Software Info
  • Software mainboard tab
  • Software main page
  • General View
  • CPU information

Editorial review

All comments (7)
The following review written by one of the Software Informer contributors applies to version 1.5
CPU-Z is a free application developed to provide us with exhaustive information about our computer's inner works: processor, operating system, CPU, BIOS, graphic interface, memory, and so on.

The program's interface is divided into seven tabs, each one giving comprehensive information on one particular item: CPU, caches, mainboard, memory, SPD, graphics, and program information (which includes detailed information about our installed Windows operating system).
We can use this program to know the exact model of the processor we have installed, the BIOS brand, version, and date; the graphic interface details, including the memory size, type, channels, and timings (DRAM frequency, CAS# latency and delay, RAS3 precharge, cycle time, etc.). This program also displays details about our computer's memory slot selection, timings table, GPU name, clocks core, shares, and memory size, type, and bus width. The displayed report can be saved either as a TXT or an HTML file. Optionally, this information can even be published online.

There are four completely free downloadable versions of this program: the first one includes an executable file for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows. The second and the third ones are zipped files for 32-bit and 64-bit versions separately, without any installation. The last one is a zipped file for Windows 98 OS.


  • Free.
  • Reliable enough to suit developers, technicians, etc.


  • The Ask bar installation box is checked by default.

Latest comments

  All comments (7)
  • 0
    fireballa20 Last year
    Pros: Small and useful

    Very useful little app, that could tell you a lot about your PC configuration.

  • 1
    Guest Last year

    Save .cvf file in the the current directory, save the current tab in the clipboard and save the current tab in a .bmp file.

  • 1
    Guest Last year

    I had installed it but the software does not inform me it is up-to-date.