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1 9th July 15:24
jonathan de boyne pollard
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JP> Is there a command line util for identifying what CPU is in
JP> use, along with its processor speed?

JdeBP> <URL:http://homepages.tesco.net./~J.deBoynePollard/Softwares/clu.html#CPUIDT>

JP> Is there a processor speed here:- ?

No. The CPUIDG and CPUIDT programs, as advertised, display the
information available from the CPUID instruction. At the time of
writing those utilities, that instruction did not supply the
processor speed.

JP> Am I expected to know what this means:- ?
JP> Family 6 Model ID 5 Stepping 2

That's the information that the CPUID instruction provides. What the
numbers mean is determined by the manufacturer of your particular
CPU (Intel, in this case).
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