CPUPRINT.EXEfor Microsoft® Windows® NT decodes and prints the information gathered from the processor’s
CPUPRINT.TXTshow typical outputs for Intel® Core™ processors;
CPUPRINT.AMDshows typical output for an AMD® Athlon™ processor.
CPUPRINT.EXE enumerates the
processor capabilities alias features
as well as the presence of the
IA32_FLUSH_CMD model specific registers,
with firmware alias microcode updates to fix the vulnerabilities
alias Branch Target Injection,
alias Bounds Check Bypass,
alias Rogue Data Cache Load,
alias Speculative Store Bypass,
alias Rogue System Register Read,
alias Bounds Check Bypass Store, and
alias L1 Termination Fault, better known by their
It also enumerates the processor capabilities alias features PCID, introduced in first generation Intel Core processors with
Westmere microarchitecture, and
introduced in fourth generation Intel Core processors
Haswell microarchitecture, both available only in
long mode, i.e. to 64-bit operating systems, which are
necessary to reduce the performance impact of the fix for
shows the output for an
Intel® Core™ i7-7500U
processor with microcode update applied and all features present;
shows the output for an
Intel® Core™ i5-7400U
processor with microcode update applied and all features present,
running under Microsoft Hyper-V.
Note: when started per double-click, i.e. in its
CPUPRINT.EXE waits for a
keypress before it exits and its
console window closes; it
beeps once and flashes the title bar of its
to indicate this wait state.
CPUPRINT.EXEsupports multiple specifications of (real and virtualised) x86 and x64 processors from several vendors:
CPUPRINT.EXEis a pure Win32 binary executable, written from scratch in ANSI C, built without the MSVCRT libraries, with the
CPUPRINT.EXE is available for the I386
alias x86 and AMD64 alias
x64 processor architectures of
Note: on the IA64 processor architecture, the
CPUID instruction is supported in
the emulated I386 alias x86 execution
CPUPRINT.EXE is neither based
on other outdated tools like
nor related to any of them!
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