CPU-Z v2.03.1 releases: Supports Intel 13th-generation Core mobile processors
As the most commonly used CPU detection software, CPU-Z can collect information such as processor name, number, code name, process, and cache and monitor each core’s internal frequency and memory frequency in real-time. It also collects the motherboard and chipset, memory type, size, timing, and module specification.
This version of CPU-Z 2.03.1 has added support for Intel’s upcoming 13th-generation Core mobile processors, including Intel Core i9-13900HK, Core i7-13700H/HX, Core i7-13650HX, Core i7-13620H, Core i5-13500H/HX, Core i5-13450HX, and Core i5-13420H, as well as Celeron 7305, which is an entry-level product with one P-Core and four E-Cores.
There are rumors that Intel will release the first batch of 13th-generation Core mobile processors as soon as this year, and it may also be unveiled at the CES 2023 exhibition early next year. At that time, Intel will also bring a series of non-K products, replacing Alder Lake with Raptor Lake.
In the earlier version 2.03, CPU-Z supported a series of 13th-generation Core desktop processors, including Core i9-13900/K/F/KF, Core i7-13700/K/F/KF, Core i5-13600/K/F/KF, Core i5-13500, Core i5-13400, and Core i3-13100. At the same time, it also supports Intel’s latest ARC graphics cards, including A770, A750, and A580 with ACM-G10 chip, and A380 with ACM-G11 chip. In addition, it also supports AMD Ryzen 7000 series processors and supports Nvidia GeForce RTX 40 series graphics cards.