CPU-Z adds support for ARM64 CPUs on Windows operating system

A new version of CPU-Z has been released, making it compatible with ARM-based processors, allowing Windows users on tablets and other efficient devices to access its measuring powers. To get the new ARM64 version, visit the CPUID website and look for the Windows ARM64 option. The update for X86/X64 devices also includes the ability to identify Intel’s new Arrow Lake 14th-gen Core desktop CPUs, AMD’s Hawk Point (Ryzen 8000) laptop chips, and the Nvidia RTX 4070 Super, as well as running the basic benchmark tool on single coresets and clusters.