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Central Brain Identifier 8.2.0.9 Build 0107 R9

Vitaliy Jungle has released the latest version of CBID.
Central Brain Identifier is designed to provide detailed recognition and obtaining the most complete extended information for all AMD processors. It recognizes more than 40 various models of the AMD processors. It shows not
only the general information about the processor, but also allows to determine its important technical features, such as processor core, core revision, a nominal processor frequency, the date of announce, an OPN number, the components of the PowerNow! Technology and also calculates an XP-Rating for the processors having a Model Number.

The benefits and unique advantages of CBId are the following:

- Complete and precise identification of the AMD processors.
- P-rating calculation and OPN determination.
- The real-time CPU frequency, voltage and temperature monitoring.
- An entering the processor the low power state of Stop Grant.
- On the fly FID transition for mobile AMD processors.
- Performance state tables searching and decoding.
- DRAM timing configuration of a huge number of chipsets.
- An ability to change the feature bits of the processor.
- Quick CPU name string modification.
FSB/DRAM frequency control for the nForce2 chipset on the fly.
- An advanced tuning of VIA V-Link bus speed parameters.
- An enhanced set of tweaks to optimize the performance of DRAM with the nForce2 chipset.

http://cbid.amdclub.ru/files/cbid82b.zip

post #22 of 32
Good find....

Have you run this in Vista yet...?


I just did and it wont run correct for me.... it loads the CPU to 100% and never opens...

I corrected this by finding the exe and putting the compatability to XP-SP2 and then I pinned it to the start menu... right clicked and ran as Administrator....popped right up...and fast...

EDIT....not sure but I think the temps it reports are off on my board (NF3) ITE reports 22-24c and bios reports the same...

I have the fan speed limit set to 26c and the cpu fan isnt spinning and the cpu heatsink is cold...not warm at all...then fan only cycles to 1/2 speed when it does cycle and CBI reports 35c...?
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Central Brain Identifier 8.2.0.9 Build 0107 R9

Vitaliy Jungle has released the latest version of CBID.
Central Brain Identifier is designed to provide detailed recognition and obtaining the most complete extended information for all AMD processors. It recognizes more than 40 various models of the AMD processors. It shows not
only the general information about the processor, but also allows to determine its important technical features, such as processor core, core revision, a nominal processor frequency, the date of announce, an OPN number, the components of the PowerNow! Technology and also calculates an XP-Rating for the processors having a Model Number.

The benefits and unique advantages of CBId are the following:

- Complete and precise identification of the AMD processors.
- P-rating calculation and OPN determination.
- The real-time CPU frequency, voltage and temperature monitoring.
- An entering the processor the low power state of Stop Grant.
- On the fly FID transition for mobile AMD processors.
- Performance state tables searching and decoding.
- DRAM timing configuration of a huge number of chipsets.
- An ability to change the feature bits of the processor.
- Quick CPU name string modification.
FSB/DRAM frequency control for the nForce2 chipset on the fly.
- An advanced tuning of VIA V-Link bus speed parameters.
- An enhanced set of tweaks to optimize the performance of DRAM with the nForce2 chipset.

http://cbid.amdclub.ru/files/cbid82b.zip

Dang, why isn't that in our download section... must bring this one up wht the boss
    
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if anybody needs it i have the Tmod BIOS CD uploaded. PM me if you want a link to it.
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testing OK on zNF4. I'll move to nf590 and other OSes later today.

Vista RTM x86? and DFI NF3. let me check stuff.

My apologies if posted in wrong Section Duke
post #26 of 32
Yes....Vista RTM build 6000 with the DFI UT NF3-250gb and 3400
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post #28 of 32
It's running fine in Vista x86 RC2 (5744)

I forgot to mention you can even change the processor string name with the tweaks section.
Now you can have your CPU identified as "whatever".
I did a little example for ya.

Might not run in Vista x64 unless you do an F8 before booting due to the unsigned driver.

Here's a screenshot on the nf590/Sempron 3400+/Buffalo Firestix/Vista RC2 Rig

post #29 of 32
I got this working in the RTM buy running it under XP-SP2 compatability...then running as administrator rights... no problem..


LOL...ha ha ha a tribute to me....I love you man....LOL

I just noticed that....
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Thread Starter 
wow this thread has gone off topic?

and a big bualadh bos as it looks like Travis did take his beef to google because there is no reference to dfi-street anymore in their cache or in general searchs. Although he should remember that their are still a shed load of other search engines out there that are also keeping a cache of his website, and that are still searchable.
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