CPU-Z is a program that displays useful system information, including major hardware components: CPU, memory and motherboard; And also information related to the installed software.
The information related to the CPU is as follows: Name and number, packet, voltage (vcore), core stepping, set of instructions supported, internal and external clock frequency, and cache levels.
Information showing the motherboard is: Manufacturer, model and revision BIOS model and date of creation, Chipset, and Graphic Interface Sensor.
The information related to the Memory is as follows: Manufacturer, Serial Number, Frequency and Time, Specification of Memory Modules and Time Table.
Information showing the System: Windows version, DirectX version.
CPU-Z supports the vast majority of processors, and in addition to the aforementioned information, performs a complete report that includes: CPUID, MSR, list of PCI devices, SPD and DMI, among others.
This application can also be used to apply the technique of overclocking, in case the user is encouraged and try to increase the clock frequency of the CPU.
CPU-Z 1.78.3 is the latest version, updated in February 2016. It works for all versions of Windows (both 32-bit and 64-bit), and is completely free.
In the latest versions added support for new processors: AMD Ryzen, Intel Kaby Lake and several others.