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Celeron J1900 shown as J1850


eldrin

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Also, there are other inaccuracies, e.g.:

 

1. The socket is wrong. This CPU actually uses a BGA 1170 socket.

2. It says this CPU supports Hyperthreading, which it does not.

 

For comparison, see what AIDA64 shows for this system's CPU:

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I wonder if anyone at Piriform even reads these forum threads, and whether there's even any point reporting bugs. This wasn't a request for technical support, it was a bug report.

 

On a separate note, the memory timings reported by Speccy for this system don't match with reality either, so I guess it just means Speccy can't be trusted for accurate information. Better to use HWiNFO64, CPU-Z, AIDA64, etc., which do show accurate information.

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Yes the developers read and work on all threads, though rarely ever post replies unless more information is needed.

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Better to use HWiNFO64, CPU-Z, AIDA64, etc., which do show accurate information.

 

Just like Speccy is not 100% correct on 100% of PC's, my guess is that those other programs would have the same limitation.

We all have to use whatever works for us.

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