|Note||Two processor identification utilities are available. The Intel® Processor Identification Utility is the newest identification utility for Intel® processors. Before you download either utility, review the supported processors list to see processors supported by each utility.|
The Windows* version of the Intel® Processor Frequency ID Utility has testing and reporting capabilities represented by separate tabs. Each tab has specific features and are independent of the other. See Frequency Test Tab or CPUID Data Tab for more information.
The Intel Processor Frequency ID Utility supports the processors listed in the table below. The processors listed support either the Frequency ID tab or the CPUID tab, or both, as indicated below.
For processors not listed, try the Intel Processor Identification Utility.
|Processors Identified by Intel® Processor Frequency ID Utility||Frequency ID Tab supported?||CPUID Tab supported?|
|Mobile Intel® Celeron® Processors1||Yes||Yes|
|Intel® Celeron® Processors1||Yes||Yes|
|Pentium® III Processors||Yes||Yes|
|Mobile Pentium® III Processors||Yes||Yes|
|Pentium® III Xeon™ Processors||Yes||Yes|
|Pentium® II Processors||No||Yes|
|Mobile Pentium® II Processors||No||Yes|
|Pentium® II Xeon™ Processors||No||Yes|
|Intel® Celeron® Processors with 0.18 micron core||Yes||Yes|
|Intel® Celeron® Processors with 0.25 micron core||No||Yes|
|Pentium® Pro Processors||No||Yes|
|Mobile Pentium® Processors||No||Yes|
|Pentium® Processors with MMX™ Technology||No||Yes|
|Mobile Pentium® Processors with MMX™ Technology||No||Yes|
1Not all processors in this family are identified by this utility. If a newer processor is identified, a link to the Intel® Processor Identification Utility is provided.
The utility features described on this page are for the Windows* version. The bootable version of the utility reports the same information as the Windows version in a single screen text format. See Reported Information for more detail.