CPU-Z 2.0 releases: Added support for new processors

CPU-Z is currently the most commonly used CPU detection software. After a long update, it finally launched version 2.00 today. However, the new version will not make any changes to the usage and UI interface, and still retains the design of version 1.99. CPU-Z 2.0 version is still the same as the previous version upgrade, mainly to update the processor database, add new processor support, including the upcoming Core i9-12900KS, Ryzen 7 5800X3D, 12th-generation Core’s Alder lake-U, and Alder Lake-P, AMD’s Ryzen 6000 series mobile processors, etc. and improved memory SPD information detection and fixed bugs related to AMD CCX/CCD topology.

Added support for the following processors:
  • Intel Core i9 12900KS.
  • Intel Core i7-1280P/1270P/1260P, Core i5-1250P/1240P, Core i3-1220P (28W).
  • Intel Core i7-1265U/1255U, Core i5 1245U/1235U, Core i3 1215U (15W).
  • Intel Core i7-1260U/1250U, Core i5 1240U/1230U, Core i3 1210U (9W).
  • Intel Pentium 8505, Celeron 7305 (15W).
  • Intel Pentium 8500, Celeron 7300 (9W).
  • AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D.v
  • AMD Radeon RX 6500 XT.
  • Preliminary support of AMD Ryzen 6000 “Rembrandt” APUs.
CPU-Z 2.0 added support for AMD Radeon RX 6500XT, improved reporting of DDR5 SPD information, fixes for AMD CCD/CCX topology bugs.