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I personally use it to check what hardware I have and what clock speeds they are running at.

asked Jul 24 '10 at 03:53

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I think it's a very useful program. Because it can be run locally, I like having it on my flashdrive so I can check the specs of my friends computers when I'm using them.

answered Jul 25 '10 at 13:26

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what tends to be easier in my opinion is dxdiag

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I usually only whip it out to check my clockspeeds while working on an overclock.

answered Jul 25 '10 at 14:31

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No, I have never used it at all, but perhaps I should check it out.

answered Jul 25 '10 at 14:58

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