When I google and look at the speces then it says that the E7450 has an i5 CPU. But on my E7450 it says Intel i7. How can I know what I got? I bought it used but it is rather new computer. I suppose I can get the program CPU-Z to see what I got.

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    "I suppose I can get the program CPU-Z to see what I got." There you go. – Arjan Jul 28 '15 at 16:08
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    You have confirmed you have an i7. So what exactly is your question? If you have a E7450 with an i7 then obviously there are E7450 with an i7. – Ramhound Jul 28 '15 at 16:16
  • I don't know - maybe I want to make sure that it is not a chinese Dell clone labelled i7 on the outside to raise the price. – Niklas R. Jul 28 '15 at 17:18

Go into Control PanelSystem → and under Processor it will display what you have.

You can also use software such as CPU-Z or Speccy like you mentioned.


When I was buying my super special E7450 at my last place of employment, i7 was required to get nVIDIA graphics (840m, if I recall). It's definitely an option.

I miss that laptop :\

DXDIAG will also report the CPU model, built-in to Windows. More info is always available at http://ark.intel.com/

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