Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool

Intel Processor Diagnostic Tool Overview

The purpose of the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool (IPDT) is to verify the functionality of an Intel® microprocessor. The diagnostic checks for brand identification, verifies the processor operating frequency, tests specific processor features and performs a stress test on the processor.

This websites contains the Fedora Linux 32bit with IPDT 32bit LiveUSB ISO image and the 64bit Linux IPDT installer for Fedora 25 XFCE 64bit.

Download the new IPDT 64bit Linux installer for Fedora 25 XFCE 64bit here

Download the Fedora Linux LiveUSB ISO image containing IPDT for 32bit here

Download the Microsoft Windows versions of IPDT for 32bit and 64bit here

Download UEFI version of IPDT for 32bit and 64bit here

New 64bit Linux IPDT Installer Instructions:  

  1. Create a bootable USB Flash device
    • Use HPUSBFW utility in "Linux Images" section to format your USB device
  2. Install Fedora 25 64bit XFCE Spin Live OS
  3. Boot Fedora LiveUSB
    • Insert Fedora LiveUSB in your system with the Intel Processor you wish to test
    • Set the system to boot from USB as first boot device - in your systems BIOS
    • Login to your Fedora 25 LiveUSB
  4. Install IPDT 64bit
    • Copy install64 (available here) to your home folder
    • Open a shell terminal window and cd to your home folder where install64 resides
    • use the command sudo su
    • Change permissions on install64 using the command chmod 777 install64
    • Run the installer by using the command ./install64 
    • Accept the End User Agreements and IPDT 64bit will launch
    • Press "Start" button to begin IPDT testing
    • Additional information in  Release Notes (available here)

Linux Bootable USB with IPDT 32Bit Instructions:  (Full instructions in Documentation section)

  1. Create a bootable USB Flash device
    • Use HPUSBFW utility in "Linux Images" section to format your USB device
  2. Install Fedora Live OS
    • Install Fedora Live OS using Fedora LiveUSB Creator - available in "Linux Images" section
  3. Boot Fedora LiveUSB
    • Insert Fedora LiveUSB in your system with the Intel Processor you wish to test
    • Set the system to boot from USB as first boot device - in your systems BIOS
  4. Run IPDT
    • The first time you boot and run Fedora LiveUSB with IPDT you will be required to install IPDT and accept the End User Agreement.