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I know where to find CPU class and speed, and amount of RAM. But I don't see the amount of CPU cache in computer properties or device manager. Does windows (XP currently) provide this information, or is there a good program to retrieve it?

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CPU-Z from CPUID is a great little tool for finding out information about your processor.

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More detail on the caches:

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+1 - CPU-Z is a great program – Jared Harley Oct 19 '09 at 16:24

CPU-Z is a good free software where you can find the amount of cache memory and other important stuff.

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BlackBox and CPU-Z were both mentioned in answers to a related question.


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CPU-Z is probably your best bet, it reveals all CPU information.

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