PowerShell script for CPU information, incl. CPUID Solved

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    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    As far as I remember the latest Intel Microcode guidance page didn't list my CPUID (306C3).

    Nope, it's listed, OK. According to Intel's May 14, 2019 guidance the updated microcode is 0x27 (from the current 0x25).
    You (and everybody else) will get the update, definitely from Microsoft at some point in the near future (most likely with KB4497165) or from the Manufacturer via a BIOS update, if the manufacturer cares to create an update for your CPU.
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    Good morning @Cliff S
    Looking good!
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    Dear Dimitri:
    New version works like a champ. Thanks for the personalized notification!
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    ddelo said: View Post
    Nope, it's listed, OK. According to Intel's May 14, 2019 guidance the updated microcode is 0x27 (from the current 0x25).
    You (and everybody else) will get the update, definitely from Microsoft at some point in the near future (most likely with KB4497165) or from the Manufacturer via a BIOS update, if the manufacturer cares to create an update for your CPU.
    Hopefully, but I am not waiting for it with bated breath...
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    EdTittel said: View Post
    Dear Dimitri:
    New version works like a champ. Thanks for the personalized notification!
    --Ed--
    Hi Ed, you're most welcome mate...You've been a supporter of this script, from day one. So the personalized notification, was the least I could do to express my sincere thanks!

    Take care my friend
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  7.    #67

    IronZorg89 said: View Post
    Hopefully, but I am not waiting for it with bated breath...

    You shouldn't... and definitely not from the board's manufacturer. They seem to have abandoned you, the last 1064 days!
    Something to consider, for your next PC.....
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    ddelo said: View Post
    You shouldn't... and definitely not from the board's manufacturer. They seem to have abandoned you, the last 1064 days!
    Something to consider, for your next PC.....
    Next PC... It is not going to be anytime soon. Maybe when they start building a new generation with microprocessors immune to side-channel vulnerabilities and all their variants, which makes me think again about the newly discovered chip called "Morpheus".

    BTW, thanks for the referenced link to Intel Microcode Revision Guidance page. The one I had last time didn't show my CPUID, but yours does.
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  9.    #69

    IronZorg89 said: View Post

    BTW, thanks for the referenced link to Intel Microcode Revision Guidance page. The one I had last time didn't show my CPUID, but yours does.

    See, that's what happens when you have good friends.....
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    ddelo said: View Post
    See, that's what happens when you have good friends.....
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