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About jberniep

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  1. It does not give people confidence in the Speccy software if it has to be updated each time a new CPU or product is on the market. I know what I put into my build and it's an i7-7900K and not an i7- 7700 so what else can I say?
  2. Using the command Prompt and : "wmic cpu list brief" show my cpu is a 9700K I tried Speccy again and it still show Intel Core i7 7700 @ 3.60GHz 25 °C Kaby Lake 14nm Technology Anyone else have any ideas???
  3. I just built my first PC. It has an Intel Core i7-9700K and Speccy identified it as Intel Core i7 7700 what's up with that?
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