The CPUID field is a combination of the processor family, processor model, and processor stepping reported in a hexadecimal format.
The Intel® Processor Identification Utility reports the CPUID information for the tested processor, located under the CPUID DATA tab of the tool.
An example is listed below.
You can also get the CPUID in Windows* using the Command Prompt application.
Follow the steps below:-
- Type command in the Windows search bar and this will bring up the Command Prompt app.
- Type wmic
- Type cpu get processorid
The last five digits of the number are displayed to represent the CPUID for the processor.
For example, the CPUID for i7-8665U Intel Processor is 806EC.
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