Hey guys, I've seen some reports of CPU-Z getting things wrong, particularly with the CPUs. Just to be clear: if you really want to know what your CPU is, do you rely more on CPU-Z, or Windows Device Manager?
I rely on the CPU and what is etched on the CPU.
When deciding between CPU-Z or Windows Device Manager, CPU-Z gets my vote every time. It is generally correct, though sometimes with ultra-new CPUs it needs an update before the info is updated in the program.