The !cpuinfo extension displays detailed information about the target computer's CPU.
Specifies the processor to be displayed. If this is omitted, all processors are displayed.
For more information about debugging multiprocessor computers, see Multiprocessor Syntax.
The !cpuinfo extension command can be used when performing local kernel debugging.
Here is an example generated by an x86-based processor:
kd> !cpuinfo CP F/M/S Manufacturer MHz Update Signature Features 0 6,1,9 GenuineIntel 198 000000d200000000 000000ff
Here is an example generated by an Itanium-based processor:
kd> !cpuinfo CP M/R/F/A Manufacturer SerialNumber Features Speed 0 2,1,31,0 GenuineIntel 0000000000000000 0000000000000001 1300 Mhz 1 2,1,31,0 GenuineIntel 0000000000000000 0000000000000001 1300 Mhz
The CP column indicates the processor number. The Manufacturer column specifies the processor manufacturer. The MHz or Speed column specifies the speed, in MHz, of the processor, if it is available.
For an x86-based processor or an x64-based processor, the F column displays the processor family number, the M column displays the processor model number, and the S column displays the stepping size.
For an Itanium-based processor, the M column displays the processor model number, the R column displays the processor revision number, the F column displays the processor family number, and the A column displays the architecture revision number.
Other columns will also appear, depending on your machine's specific architecture.
For details on how to interpret specific values for each entry, as well as any additional columns, consult the processor manual.