Question about ZT Group Cisnet PC Desktop
Its a CISNET CI-6001B. Its 240 pin, but what speed, etc. . Where do I look to find it?
Working computer, and internet capable?
I would suggest using the free, tiny, little program, CPU-Z, (From CPUID.com), and you don't even have to open your computer case.
Information about CPU-Z on Wikipedia.org, and a view of the GUI used by CPU-Z.
(Graphical User Interface),
(You can click on the screenshot at the upper right of this page, to enlarge it. This is what the GUI of CPU-Z actually looks like)
This is the CPU-Z homepage,
To download, go to the upper left of the page under the small purple heading - Download Latest version,
and left-click on - CPU-Z 1.53 setup (English)
A small window will come up. Left-click on Save File.
Where will this file go?
If you have your downloads set to save to your My Documents folder, (Start>My Documents), it will go there, or a sub-folder - Downloads, that is in My Documents.
If you do Not have your downloads set to save to your My Documents folder, this file will go to your desktop screen.
In either place, when you see the file name, cpuz_153_setup.exe,
Double-click right on it.
A Microsoft 'Squawk Box' will come up.
'Warning this software does not have a digital certificate, ....so on, and so on.
This is because the makers of CPU-Z, do not wish to pay big bucks to Microsoft, every time someone downloads their software for free!
The software is okay, I assure you.
Click on Run.
Follow the instructions. (It has been a while since I installed CPU-Z. I use it on all of my computers. You may have to click on - Accept, I do not remember at this time)
Why do I use CPU-Z, and recommend it?
1) It's free, truly works well, there is no malware attached, no junk mail comes with it, and it only works when I click on it.
(Isn't in your Start Menu to slow your computer down. You have to manually click on the CPU-Z icon on your desktop screen, in order for the program to run)
2) Not only will you get in-depth information about what ram memory you are currently using, and what ram memory slot/s it's located in, you will also get in-depth information about the rest of your hardware system resources.
A) Processor (CPU)
B) Mainboard (Motherboard)
Plus what Operating System, build, and version.
My sources indicate, it uses an Intel Pentium 4 that has a Maximum frequency rate of 3.04GHz, 1MB of L2 cache, and is the Model 524.
Uses DDR Sdram, which has 184 gold plated contact pins, But, my sources could be wrong. (DDR2 Sdram has 240 contact pins)
If you need, or would like more information about CPU-Z after you have it downloaded, and running, please state so in a comment.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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