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 LiveUSB ISO images, to allow you to create a bootable USB containing IPDT.

You can download the Microsoft Windows versions of IPDT for 32bit and 64bit here.

 ****NEW**** You can download UEFI version of IPDT for 32bit and 64bit here.

Linux Bootable USB with IPDT 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.