CPU-Z 1.95 now supports Intel Rocket Lake CPUs

Published: Jan 21st 2021, 09:16 GMT   Comments

CPU-Z gets Intel Rocket Lake-S support

The most popular processor monitoring tool has been updated to support the upcoming 11th Gen Core series from Intel.

The tool has been updated yesterday to support the 11th Gen Core series codenamed Rocket Lake-S. Intel has not provided a clear launch date for the new series, but the rumors have been pointing towards March for a while now. Intel officially confirmed that the CPUs will be announced in Q1 2021. The CPU-Z software will not correctly read the CPUID strings and read CPU names.

The software now also reads graphics cards base and boost clocks in through the Graphics tab:

CPU-Z 1.94 vs 1.95 Graphics Tab, Source: VideoCardz


  • AMD ThreadRipper PRO 3995WX, 3975WX, 3955WX, 3945WX and WRX80 chipset.
  • Intel Core 11th generation “Rocket Lake”.
  • Mainboard PCI-Express generation report (Mainboard tab).
  • Graphics Interface Link current speed and max speed (Mainboard tab).
  • NVIDIA GPU base and boost clocks (Graphics tab).

CPU-Z 1.95 32/64-bit Setup (English)

The 1.94 version has been widely used for Rocket Lake-S leaks. This version appears to correctly read instruction, cache sizes, and voltages.

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