PowerShell script for CPU information, incl. CPUID Solved

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  1.    #31

    Jhawk55 said: View Post
    @ddelo
    Just wanna say thank you...

    You're most welcome!
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  2.    #32

    @ddelo FYI, my motherboard should be LGA1150, but what's the meaning behind the upgrade method?
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  3.    #33

    @khanmein

    Socket method is the motherboard's upgrade ability. I.e the type of CPUs it can accept if you want to change your CPU to a newer one.
    More info here:
    https://www.howtogeek.com/348571/how...board-or-both/

    As for the LGA1150/LGA1155 I will check it and get back to you.
    To help me out, would it be possible to run the following command

    Code:
    Get-CimInstance -Class CIM_Processor | Select-Object UpgradeMethod
    and post the number it gives you?
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  4.    #34

    @ddelo 36
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  5.    #35

    khanmein said: View Post
    @ddelo 36
    Thanks... now the details.
    You're right. According to Intel it should have been LGA1150.
    But apparently the CPU reports erroneously as 36, which according to the latest DMTF CIM schema, since it's reporting 36 is LGA1155.
    Mind you that the DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) CIM schema is the reference for all Manufacturers and OS developers, incl. Microsoft.
    So to make a long story short, Intel erroneously reports the CPU's UpgradeMethod and since the script reads what the CPU reports, it matches it with the DMTF value and gives you the result....
    Please blame Intel, not me....
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  6.    #36

    ddelo said: View Post
    Thanks... now the details.
    You're right. According to Intel it should have been LGA1150.
    But apparently the CPU reports erroneously as 36, which according to the latest DMTF CIM schema, since it's reporting 36 is LGA1155.
    Mind you that the DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) CIM schema is the reference for all Manufacturers and OS developers, incl. Microsoft.
    So to make a long story short, Intel erroneously reports the CPU's UpgradeMethod and since the script reads what the CPU reports, it matches it with the DMTF value and gives you the result....
    Please blame Intel, not me....
    Thanks for your explanation.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 
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