AIDA64 August Update


A new, highly customizable hardware monitoring module to display temperatures, fan speeds, voltages, currents, clock speeds, and various other system details on a graphical panel on the Windows Desktop.

Support for AMD Bulldozer and Llano processors

AIDA64 CPUID Panel, Cache & Memory Benchmark panel, System Stability Test, and all memory and processor benchmarks are now fully optimized for the upcoming AMD FX-Series “Bulldozer” processors. Detailed chipset information for AMD 970, 990X, 990FX north bridges and AMD SB950 south bridge. Optimized benchmarks for AMD A-Series “Llano” desktop and mobile APUs. Preliminary support for AMD “Trinity” processors.

FMA4 and XOP optimized 64-bit benchmarks and System Stability Test

FPU Julia and FPU Mandel benchmarks utilize FMA4 extensions of AMD Bulldozer processors. CPU Hash benchmark is now optimized for AMD Bulldozer using XOP instructions. System Stability Test module has also been enhanced to put even more stress on the system using FMA4 optimizations.

Temperature, fan speed, voltage correction

AIDA64 Preferences now offers a facility to adjust sensor readings by the usage of a ratio and/or an offset. Inaccurate temperature diodes and non-standard voltage values can be automatically corrected.

Optimized benchmarks for VIA QuadCore and Nano X2 processors

All 64-bit AIDA64 benchmarks are now fully optimized for the latest VIA QuadCore and Nano X2 processors. Chipset information is now available for the latest VIA platform controllers, VN1000 and VX900. For legacy processors all benchmarks and the System Stability Test are available in 32-bit version as well.

Support for the latest graphics technologies

Graphics processor and GPGPU details, temperature and cooling fan monitoring for the latest GPUs: AMD Radeon HD 6970M, nVIDIA GeForce 510, nVIDIA GeForce GT 520MX, nVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M. Exhaustive Direc3D and OpenGL video card capabilities detection with DirectX 11 and OpenGL 4.2 support.

AIDA64 August Update
AIDA64 August Update
AIDA64 August Update


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