Intel heeft een nieuwe versie van z'n Processor Frequency ID Utility gereleased, zo lees ik bij Overclockers' Workbench. Dit proggie is vergelijkbaar met WCPUID en detecteert de kloksnelheid waarop je systeem draait (en zou moeten draaien):
The utility reports the frequency that a processor is designed to run at, as well as the actual frequency it is running at in the system itself. FrequencyID 2.0 also recognizes the frequency of the bus speed and identifies which 'family' the processor belongs to. What the software does NOT do is stop an end user from overclocking his/her CPU. Intel's presentation states, "Remarking is a crime..." but it also goes on to say that, "Overclocking is not a crime" (still bear in mind it voids your warranty and Intel doesn't recommend that you overclock either). This version of the software not only works with Windows 9x but there is also a 'bootable' version for use in Linux, UNIX and/or DOS. You can find the utility here.