Feb 26, 2011 ... This page suggest that the cpuid tool may be able to list more in-depth details of
your cpu. One of the lines it lists as an output is. (simple synth) = AMD Dual Core
Opteron (Italy/Egypt JH-E1), 940-pin, 90nm. So I'd either try that ...
[gaurish108:~]$ cat /proc/cpuinfo (02-09 15:34) processor : 0 vendor_id :
GenuineIntel cpu family : 6 model : 37 model name : Intel(R) ... The entries are
logical processors; objects used by the kernel internally, not necessarily tied to
physical devices. ... but closely related), those cores are logical as well – the CPU
has two cores physically but supports hyperthreading. ... CPU model: Intel(R)
Core(TM) i5-2520M CPU @ 2.50GHz 1 CPU, 2 physical cores per CPU, total 4
logical CPU units.
I have a model name of "Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU @ 2.00GHz", dmidecode tells me
that Google made the processors, et cetera. /proc/cpuinfo "cpu family" and "model
" help quite a bit. They're unique for almost all combinations and can be looked ...
Oct 24, 2017 ... On x86, it uses the CPUID “Processor Brand String” feature, where supported.
Thus in your case it's the CPU itself which is returning the “Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU
E5335 @ 2.00GHz“ string. This corresponds to the dmidecode ...
May 11, 2020 ...Family 6. Big Cores (Client). Intel's client big cores refers to Intel
mainstream SoCs that ship in most tablets, latops, and desktop devices.
Microarchitecture, Core, Extended Family, Family, Extended Model, Model.
We must look at the siblings, CPU cores and core id to tell the difference. If the
number of cores = the number of siblings for a given physical processor, then
hyperthreading is OFF. /bin/cat /proc/cpuinfo | /bin/egrep 'processor|model name|
cpuinfo. processor : 0. vendor_id : GenuineIntel. cpu family : 6. model : 44. model
name : Intel(R) Xeon(R) CPU E5645 @ 2.40GHz. stepping : 2. cpu MHz :
1600.000. cache size : 12288 KB. physical id : 1. siblings : 12. core id : 0. cpu
cores : 6.