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Speccy showing chipset details wrong

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My laptop has an Intel core i5-10210U (which is detected correctly) but it says that the code name is Kaby Lake. However I know and I've confirmed that the specific processor is under Intel's Comet Lake series. Is this issue there for others too?

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You should get second opinions with other free tools such as CPU-Z and HWiNFO.

Although something listed in hardware detection tools that looks like it's derived from something older as in the case with a CPU is often just an evolutionary update of a previous CPU family that they've rebranded/renamed - I saw similar surprises with my i7-8550u.

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