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seeking advise on how to identify i7 4770k processor from i7 4770


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paddyishere

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Is theire a way i can identify my  i7 processor ?. Just purchased a new system and i am not sure i have the unlocked version i7 4770K or not.? Not sure i can visually tell the difference in the motherboard as due to heat sink technology. 


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phillpower2

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:welcome:    paddyishere,

 

CPU-Z will give you information you are after, download the latest version from here

 

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ruggie_uk

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Hi. Windows will also tell you in the system section of control panel

 

Here is mine below

 

 

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