How and what is your CPU ?
September 17, 2008 10:43pm CST
Ok. A quick question most of us might have encountered sometime. What is your hardware configuration on your machine? Do you know what chipset it is running or the latency of your RAM modules?(tip: the lower the better). Do you know how much L1 and L2 cache your system has? What is the name of your system’s processor or what is the bus speed? Does it support SSE2 or SSE3? Say hello to CPU-Z (Size - 558KB)the best free tool in the market which answers all these and more questions in a single click without taking much time. CPU-Z gives in-depth and comprehensive info about important components on your computer.CPU-Z is just not a processor monitoring tool. the interface is equipped with five tabs, out of which the first two are CPU related. The rest of them display characteristics of the mainboard and memory.
18 Sep 08
ok i got two computers. one desktop and one laptop. i use my desktop regularly for playing games and for my office works. lap is for my bedroom needs watching movies, playing music etc. desktop config intel e6600 1.8 ghz with 4mb l2 cache. intel 965 board having 8800gt nvidia pcie graphics card. 3gb ram, 250 gb harddisk, onne dvdwriter and dvd reader. creative platinum sound card with altec lancing speakers, dell 19inch lcd monitor, cabinet is my selection mercury, but its power supply i bought is antec 350w. total multimedia experience. in my acer laptop it has got amd athlon x2 1.8 ghz with 512 kb cache. 160gb harddisk, 2gb ram, and got 7000m graphics onboard, audio chip is via with 24bit out. contains wifi, bluetooth, dvd writer etc.
18 Sep 08
My CPU is Intel P-IV 3GHZ processor and my motherboard is also Intel with 80GB hard disk and 500MB Ram. Its a 32-bit processor I don't know exactly about L1 and L2 but I feel that this configuration is okay for running the 80 per cent applications what we have.