Intel® Extreme Tuning Utility was designed to be used with systems that have overclocking capabilities; for example, the ones including unlocked Intel® Core processors (which models end in K or X).
I suggest you checking with the system manufacturer for any software utilities that might be provided for your model.
Thanks joe_intel for your response.
For XTU, leaving overclocking features aside, what's the level of support for platforms with no overclocking capabilities? I was originally interested by the way Intel XTU does CPU/RAM reporting, plus running the benchmark/stress tool testing. In my case, getting the tool to run would be enough.
Hopefully we will add the ability to install Intel® XTU on non-unlocked systems with the next release. Our engineering department is aware about this request.
You may use the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool and/or Intel® Processor Identification Utility.
I verified Intel® XTU works in a different Intel® Xeon Processor with no overclocking capabilities.
Did you install the Intel® Chipset and Intel® Management Engine drivers before installing Intel® XTU?
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