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i7 4770K incorrectly identified as 4771
My 4770K is being identified as a 4771. It is also showing odd clock speeds (bus clock is only 98 MHz instead of 100, MSI Afterburner correctly reads 100 MHz). Windows 10 and CPU-Z are both correctly recognizing it as a 4770K.

HWiNFO64 v6.06
Windows 10 Pro build 10.0.17763
ASUS Z87 Maximus VI Impact

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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 1.56 MB / Downloads: 1)
I figured out why, it correctly identifies the CPU if I disable Hyper-V. It seems you have a bug related to Hyper-V.

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.dbg   HWiNFO64.DBG (Size: 742.71 KB / Downloads: 1)
Thanks for your report, this shall be fixed in the next build.
I see we posted simultaneously, did you see my post about Hyper-V or figure it out on your own?
I didn't notice your post in the middle, but the fix for CPU name will handle this as well Wink
I don't have a fix for the lower bus clock, this seems to be a side-effect of Hyper-V (system running in VM).

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