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DANIELRODRIGO
Beginner
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I have a i9 9900KS - but CPUZ says that is a KABY LAKE and not a COFFE LAKE processor - it's correct? tks!

 
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n_scott_pearson
Super User Retired Employee
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It's a bug in the software. Try a newer version of CPU-Z.

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DANIELRODRIGO
Beginner
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@n.scott.pearson​ First of all tks a lot for your time to help me.

 

I was afraid of having received an old version of the processor.

 

I installed my PC last week and tested it with CPU-Z (I downloaded the latest version) - and with Speecy (also the latest version) and they both show the processor as a Kaby Lake.

 

but, following your tip - I downloaded again CPU-Z - and reinstall - and now its ok (Coffee Lake) - (speecy still as a Kaby Lake - a bug as you said)

 

tks a lot!

 

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AlHill
Super User
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You can get rid of speccy. It has not been updated in almost two years, and is often incorrect.

 

Doc

 

DANIELRODRIGO
Beginner
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Hi @Al.Hill​ tks a lot for your time to help me -

 

tks! I just install speecy to monitor the temperature in those first days of use. I was afraid it would get too hot - but it's only 35oC.

 

but, because the bug with CPU-Z and with Speecy showing the same "bug" information - I was afraid that I have bought an older "edition" of the processor.

 

tks a lot!

Daniel