WMIC CPU command displays a lot of information about the CPUs on a machine. It only displays the information about L3 cache, is there a way to figure out the size of L1 and L2 caches using a command or a tool on Windows 7?
To check your cache size check this checking CPU cache size and speed on Windows without 3rd party tool
Open your command-line (CMD) and type:
This will return the cache sizes of the CPU.