Customized version of CPU-Z designed for ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) motherboards, showing CPU, memory, cache, mainboard, SPD and graphics details
What's new in CPU-Z ROG 1.98:Improved validation process for Alder Lake records. AMX instruction set support. AMD 4700S processor.
CPU-Z ROG represents a customized version of CPU-Z, dedicated to ROG (Republic of Gamers) motherboards found on ASUS devices. It displays information related to the CPU, memory, cache, mainboard, SPD and graphics, and supports CPU stress tests too.
Setup and interface
Installing it takes minimal time and effort, since there are no unfamiliar settings, software requirements or third-party components bundled with the setup kit.
Loading the data at startup may take a while. When it comes to the interface, CPU-Z ROG opts for a rectangular window with a sleek appearance which reminds us of video games. The previously mentioned info is neatly structured in separate panes.
Analyze hardware-related data
You can view details surrounding the processor (e.g. package, technology, specification, family, model, stepping, revision), clocks (e.g. core speed, multiplier, bus speed), number of cores and threads, caches (sizes and descriptors), motherboard (e.g. manufacturer, model, chipset), BIOS (brand, version, date) and graphic interface (version, link width, maximum supported, side band addressing).
Additional information is shown for the memory (e.g. type, size, channels, NB frequency), memory timings (e.g. DRAM frequency and idle timer, command rate, row to column), SPD (e.g. module size, maximum bandwidth, part and serial number) and graphics (e.g. GPU, clocks, memory). Meanwhile, the CPU can be tested in single or multiple thread mode.
Evaluation and conclusion
It worked smoothly in our evaluation, without causing the operating system to hang, crash or indicate errors. The software program remained stable throughout its runtime. CPU and RAM usage was minimal outside of benchmarking sessions.
To wrap it up, CPU-Z ROG provides you with valuable details about Republic of Gamers motherboards. It's free to use and can be easily tackled by anyone interested in learning this kind of information about their ASUS computers.