MiTeC System Information X v3.7.0

A full review of this free system information tool

MiTeC System Information X is a free system information tool for the Windows operating system. It's completely portable, provides in-depth hardware details, and is even free for commercial use.

This review is of MiTeC System Information X version 3.7.0, which was released on March 17, 2020. Please let us know if there's a newer version we need to review.

MiTeC System Information X Basics

MiTeC System Information X v3 in Windows 8

MiTeC System Information X finds information on the CPU, memory, motherboard, operating system, video card, monitor, storage devices, network card, printers, and USB ports.

Windows 10Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows 2000 are supported. MiTeC System Information X also works with Windows Server 2008 and 2003.

See the What MiTeC System Information X​ Identifies section at the bottom of this review for all the details on the hardware and operating system information you can expect to learn about your computer using MiTeC System Information X.

MiTeC System Information X Pros & Cons

There's much to like about MiTeC System Information X.

What We Like
  • Free for home and business use

  • Very detailed information

  • Can copy data out of the program

  • Includes a summary page

  • Create a report of all the data

  • Tabbed interface for easier organization

  • Requires no installation (portable)

What We Don't Like
  • Unable to save a report of specific hardware details

Our Thoughts on MiTeC System Information X

We like how easy MiTeC System Information X is to use. It's simple to find what you're looking for and the details are just specific enough without being overwhelming.

We say above that you can copy data out of MiTeC System Information X without having to export anything as a whole. Right-clicking won't work, but you can double-click the information to copy it. However, instead of copying individual information out to the clipboard, you are able to save a list of all the installed applications to a CSV file, which could be useful.

MiTeC System Information X is beneficial for both regular and advanced users, mainly because it's not confusing to use but still provides an adequate amount of hardware and software detail. 

Determine if you are running a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows to know which download link to choose for MiTeC System Information X. To launch the program, choose MSIX or MSIX64 from the extracted ZIP file.

What MiTeC System Information X Identifies

  • Features of the CPU, such as if it supports time stamp counter, debug trace store, self snoop, temperature sensor, frequency ID control, and many others
  • Information on the CPU name, architecture, vendor, frequency, serial number, and cache
  • Physical and virtual memory size information
  • RAM stick details, such as the device and bank locator, speed, width, form factor, and size
  • Motherboard manufacturer and model, system slots (like 2xPCI & 1xPCIe)
  • List of ACPI and PCI devices with their device name, provider, driver version number, and driver date 
  • BIOS vendor, version, date, and size
  • Operating system details like whether its 32-bit or 64-bit, the product ID, install date, registered user, and product key
  • Video adapter details, including the adapter name, chipset, DAC, memory, and BIOS version number
  • Product key and product ID for installed Microsoft products
  • List of installed printers and their driver name, path, and version as well as the port the printer is plugged in to
  • Items that launch at startup, like files, registry items, and Browser Help Objects
  • List of currently running processes
  • The machine GUID, list of common folder locations, and every environment variable
  • Monitor product number, model, manufacturer, display size, resolution, pixel width and height, display gamma, font resolution, refresh rate, and serial number
  • Live CPU and memory usage monitor
  • Wi-Fi details, such as the SSID, signal strength, security type, BSS type, and MAC address
  • Date of the last shutdown
  • Hard drive details include the model, serial number, bus type (such as ATA), temperature, which adapter it's plugged in to, capacity, revision number, number of cylinders/heads/sectors per track/bytes per sector, and whether S.M.A.R.T. is supported
  • List of every USB host controller with information on which ones have devices plugged in; details for each USB device include its name, vendor and product ID, serial number, specification, manufacturer, and power consumption
  • The sound card name
  • List of antivirus programs that are installed
  • Network card MAC address, private IP address, maximum speed, MTU, DHCP server, WINS server, and adapter name
  • List of serial and parallel ports with their device name, driver version number, provider, and driver date