To get CPU informations, you need to use the “Win32_processor” WMI class like that :
If you want more informations, you can use :
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_processor -ComputerName SQL | select *
This will force the WMI query to retrieve a lot more informations about the remote machine’s CPU.
You also select a few useful properties, with multiple computers :
Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_processor -ComputerName SQL,WSUS,SOFSR2Node1,SOFSR2Node2 | select SystemName,Name,CurrentClockSpeed | Format-Table -AutoSize