CPU-Z is a freeware application for Microsoft Windows or Android devices that gathers system information and displays the details in a single screen. The application is updated on a regular basis and supports a large number of processors and chipsets. CPU-Z is developed by CPUID.
CPU-Z for Windows
On a Windows system details are provided about the CPU, motherboard and memory. The Windows application will also provide real-time measurement of each core's internal frequency and memory frequency.
CPU-Z for Android
On Android devices the reported information is for the SoC, device system, battery life and device temperature and sensors.
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