how can I tell how many processors and cores on a server

I was asked to inventory the number of core processors in 300 servers.  How can I tell how many processors there are and how many cores are on each processor?  I would prefer not to have to open each server.  Example: Task manager shows usage for 8 processors.  How can I tell is there are 4 dual core or 2 quad core processors.  I tried looking at device manager, but that only shows me the number of cores.  I tried using Newt 2.0 to scan, but again, I only get the number of cores in each server.  Managment has asked me to provide both the number of processors and cores with a 100% accuracy.  Thanks for any ideas on this.  
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Forrest BurrisConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Download the free utility SIW, comparible to SiSandra & Everest. Shows cores & procs accurately if I recall correctly. Amazing product and no install needed.

http://www.gtopala.com/siw-download.html
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jnich8888Author Commented:
Thank you Addihul.  This solution was the best I found.  I copied SIW.exe to a network share and can run it by logging in remotely to each server.  Saved me a lot of leg work.  Thanks again.
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Number of CPU(s)      2 Physical Processors / One Core / 4 Logical Processors / 64 bits
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jnich8888Author Commented:
Thank you Addihul. This solution was the best I found. I copied SIW.exe to a network share and can run it by logging in remotely to each server. Saved me a lot of leg work. Thanks again.
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Number of CPU(s) 2 Physical Processors / One Core / 4 Logical Processors / 64 bits
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Forrest BurrisCommented:
You're welcome. Good luck!
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T-DevCommented:
If you can prove that this tool is from a legitimate source, then this is a bona-fide solution for use in an enterprise environment. Otherwise, I can't roll with that.
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jnich8888Author Commented:
Hi T-Dev,

There is a Enterprise Version that can be purchased on a per system basis.  For my puposes, the Freeware version worked fine.

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Jnich8888
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