System Information Viewer – Hardcore detector/viewer for system and hardware info

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System Information Viewer (SIV for short) is a very practical and advanced system and hardware information viewer, it can detect and display almost any information about the current Windows system, network and hardware in great detail. It even has the ability to monitor their current working states in real time.

As a powerful detector and viewer for any system/network/hardware info on your PC, it will show you the CPU info, PCI info, PCMCIA info, USB info, Wi-Fi info, RAM info, Volumes info, SMBus info, SPD info, ACPI methods, Machine info, Hardware Sensors, Networked computers, OS info and many, many more.

I believe that when you see the displaying information from System Information Viewer for the first time, you may be surprised!

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  • All Windows platforms on both 32-bit and 64-bit.

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