Hello again Infonaut, welcome or welcome to a new installment of your YouTube channel Infoductiva this time we will see how to analyze and compare the power of our microprocessor of a windows or Android system with the help of the CPU-Z program … interesting right? We begin … we open the program and go to the Bench tab here we find ourselves first with the first frame that allows us to do a check of a single thread of execution of the CPU so that in This processor will show us to what level it is and if we select here below a reference, in all the lines where reference appears we will see the reference microprocessor compared to ours … well? down here we find a button of Bench CPU so by giving it here we will see the reflection of those tests of each individual thread of execution and in the second table we will see the power of the cpu when you are using let’s say that a MultiTreading or a multi execution with several threads of execution, worth the redundancy well, in this computer as you can see I have an intel microprocessor Core i5, the 7300 HQ at 2.5 Ghz to compare it for example we could go down to find how you see here an i5 too the 7600 K as you see those are your referential measures if we press Bench cpu he does some analysis … as you see is doing the Multi Thead let’s wait for it to finish … it’s over as you see this cpu is in 1384 and checking simple execution threads as you see is a little below of the microprocessor that I have chosen that you see is 3.8 Ghz well … this … this information apart from that we can save it we can also send it to the company to make a check remember that this program is completely free and the cpu stress button are stress tests of our cpu let’s let him finish … how do you see with this application apart from getting all the information of our system of which I already made a previous video of how it is installed and others … besides that it allows us to make an analysis of the power in executions of a thread and of several threads of our CPU as you see Stress tests are longer, take much longer but let’s say they are finer, they are more precise with respect to the data they give us all right? and they are stress tests that put our cpu to the limit to be able to evaluate what is its power well, not to lengthen it, I’m going to cut here and on the other hand and finally here we find that we can decide instead of using the maximum number of threads we can test for example of 2 in 2 … let’s press simply checking initial as you see here we are seeing that is a little bit lower than when we tested the 4 so we can do a thorough analysis of our system … I hope you find it useful … I recommend you try it and after using it for a while leave some comment in this video … … Well that’s it… thank you very much for sharing my videos on your social networks … Thanks for subscribing and for giving the notification bell … Thank you very much for your comments and for your Likes … See you in the new installment of your YouTube channel Infoductiva … see you soon Infonaut

Como testear tu CPU Windows o Android con CPU Z
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4 thoughts on “Como testear tu CPU Windows o Android con CPU Z

  • May 5, 2018 at 8:45 am
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    Gracias siempre muy interesante, lo explicas muy bien, gracias de verdad me ayuda mucho!!

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  • May 5, 2018 at 1:18 pm
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    Hola buen video!! Podrías subir un video explicando como instalar f4mtester? Tengo un problema ya que me sale La dependencia o algo parecido. Gracias!

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  • May 6, 2018 at 12:38 am
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    mano ya intente lo del video de windows udate pero el segundo archivo a descargar de kb317….. me dice la actualizacion no es aplicable al equipo que hago la descargar para 32 bits que es mi sistema pero nada

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  • April 9, 2019 at 1:19 am
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    como se cuando mi CPU esta dando mal rendimient ?

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