CPU-Z Validation File
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What is a CVF file?
File generated by CPU-Z, a utility that measures and records system statistics; contains computer performance information captured from the system; stores the processor's name, specification, clock speed, bus speed, and cache, as well as system memory and graphics data.
CVF files are used to submit system results to the CPU-Z validation database website (called the CPU-Z Validator), which can be performed in the software by clicking the Validate button, entering a user name and email address, selecting the Save Validation File button, and then uploading the results to the CPU-Z website.
The CPUID CPU-Z online database stores and compares the results from many different computer systems with each other. It includes a Hall of Fame for the fastest systems.