CpuFrequenz is a free software by Nenad Hrg and works on Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows 2012.
You can download CpuFrequenz which is 13.89 KB in size and belongs to the software category System Miscellaneous. CpuFrequenz was released on 2016-12-04 and last updated on our database on 2017-04-17 and is currently at version 1.01.
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Every computer on sale is equipped with a details tag which at least briefly describes hardware components and potential. However, this label is far from providing the right accuracy when it comes to resources, and it’s all up to benchmarking utilities like CpuFrequenz to test, and provide accurate values, in this case for the CPU.
Perks of portability
One thing you need to know in particular is that the application requires no installation in order to function, which means it’s good to go from the moment download is done. As such, it can be used on other computers directly from a thumb drive without having to worry about the health status of the target PC, because registry entries remain intact.
The application keeps you busy for a little time from start to end. With only a couple of drop-down fields to configure, the initial setup takes no longer than a few seconds, while the process itself isn’t lengthy either, although it depends on values you configure. Sadly, there are no details whatsoever about the type, make, or model of your CPU, not even general specifications.
Quick setup, and fast results
With a configurable value of up 950 in milliseconds, the process life is one of the two options at your disposal. Next up comes the number of loops to go through, with only four items at your disposal. Results are displayed shortly after the test is initiated, and it’s best to cease all other activities.
There’s no prompt to let you know the test is over, but then again, the initiation button is grayed out during testing, becoming available when done. What’s more, MHz of each core are shown in separate cells, each value with four digits to provide the accuracy you need. However, saving needs to be done after each test process by manually writing down values, because of the lack of any export options.
A few last words
All in all, CpuFrequenz isn’t quite the benchmarking utility you’re hoping to work with, but if you do need accurate numbers on the potential of your CPU, it can provide the result in a matter of seconds. The variety of configuration options isn’t abundant, and even though there are no save options, it’s worth a try, at least for the degree of accuracy.