Wednesday, October 26th 2011

FinalWire Unleashes AIDA64 v2.00

FinalWire Ltd. today announced the immediate availability of AIDA64 Extreme Edition 2.00 software, a streamlined diagnostic and benchmarking tool for home users; and the immediate availability of AIDA64 Business Edition 2.00 software, an essential network management solution for small and medium scale enterprises.

The new AIDA64 offers a fully automatized online update, AVX-optimized 64-bit benchmarks for the upcoming Intel Core i7 "Sandy Bridge-E" processors, and further extends its exhaustive hardware database with Western Digital hard disk drives to cover 133,000 devices total.

New features & improvements
  • Automatic Online Update
  • Support for LGA2011 Intel “Sandy Bridge-E” processors
  • Preliminary support for AMD “Krishna” and “Wichita” APUs
  • Preliminary support for Intel Atom “Cedarview” processors
  • Preliminary support for Intel “Ivy Bridge” and Intel 7-Series chipsets
  • Enhanced support for Western Digital hard disk drives
  • Revamped ACPI table enumeration and decoding
  • Support for VMware Workstation v8
  • GPU details for AMD Radeon HD 6625M and nVIDIA GeForce GTX 570M
More details about the new AIDA64 features are available here.

Pricing and Availability
AIDA64 Extreme Edition and AIDA64 Business Edition are available now at www.aida64.com/online-store. Additional information on product features, system requirements, and language versions is available at www.aida64.com/products. Join our Discussion Forum at forums.aida64.com.

DOWNLOAD: AIDA64 v2.00
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5 Comments on FinalWire Unleashes AIDA64 v2.00

#1
LAN_deRf_HA
Wonder if it can read clock settings on 1155 correctly yet. I know my bus speed is neither 109 nor 77.
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theJesus
I had to look up "automatized" to verify that it was a word. :laugh: I only ever see/hear people use "automated."
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cadaveca
My name is Dave
by: LAN_deRf_HA
Wonder if it can read clock settings on 1155 correctly yet. I know my bus speed is neither 109 nor 77.
All boards use different PLLs and BIOSes which cause the problem. Alot of boards do need to be manually added for detection to work right, but I have found clock reporting to be fairly accurate once a board has been added. If your board is not working correctly, you can submit a report to FinalWire, and if you have a paid version, you can nearly almost always expect to get an updated version, just for you. I've submitted many boards now, and every time FinalWire has given me a good version in the end.

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LAN_deRf_HA
How does cpuz do it? They make it seem pretty effortless.
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cadaveca
My name is Dave
I beleive they use direct CPU detection. It's probably easier for CPU-Z, as it doesn't read data from all over the system like AIDA64 does, which reports a TONNE of stuff.

CPU-Z isn't infalliable either. On some boards I have, it will NEVER work the first time it's started, but the second time it's launched, it works just fine. Voltage detection on CPU-Z is a little whacked too...on Gigabyte 1155 boards, CPU-Z reports IMC volts, not CPU core volts.

Not that that makes either app bad...both need constant updating in order to stay relevant. The Bulldozer launch is the perfect indicator of that...many reviewers didn't even use a properly working version of CPU-Z, because most were not aware that there was a package released just for Bulldozer. We had some showing 8130P as the CPU, while others showed 8110P...
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