AIDA64 v1.80 Unveiled by FinalWire
FinalWire Ltd. today announced the immediate availability of AIDA64 Extreme Edition 1.80 software, a streamlined diagnostic and benchmarking tool for home users; and the immediate availability of AIDA64 Business Edition 1.80 software, an essential network management solution for small and medium scale enterprises.
The new AIDA64 update unveils a brand new hardware monitoring module called SensorPanel, implements FMA4 and XOP optimized 64-bit benchmarks for AMD FX-Series “Bulldozer” CPU, and adds AMD A-Series “Llano” APU and VIA QuadCore processor optimizations.
New features & improvements
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.
AIDA64 license renewal is now available. For more information, visit www.aida64.com/aida64-renewal.
A migration program is available for all EVEREST customers at www.aida64.com/everest-upgrade.
so.. let me try to understand this, how is this any different than lets say HWiNFO32/64, which of course, is free.
let me tell you:
has a wider database cuz I did not send the info of my Llano laptop to any of those HWiNFO32/64 which I got at zero day launch, 20 days before.
has a lot more test suites to test latest processors
has a sensor panel to monitor a wide range of devices
and the rest can be found on their site...
Latest Hardware Components Supported
Intel Nehalem family: Core i7 (Bloomfield), Xeon 55xx (Nehalem-EP/Gainestown), Xeon W35xx (Nehalem-WS), Xeon 65xx/75xx (Nehalem-EX/Beckton), Core i5/i7 (Lynnfield), Core i7 (Clarksfield), Havendale, Auburndale, Xeon (Jasper Forest)
Intel Westmere family: Core i3/i5 Clarkdale, Core i5/i7 Arrandale (+ECC), Xeon 56xx (Westmere-EP), Xeon 36xx (Westmere-WS), Core i7-980X (Gulftown), Westmere-EX (Eagleton)
Intel Atom Z5xx (Silverthorne), Atom 2xx/3xx (Diamondville), Atom N4xx/D4xx/D5xx (Pineview), Tunnel Creek, Lincroft, Cedarview
Intel Sandy Bridge family: Sandy Bridge-DT, Sandy Bridge-MB, Sandy Bridge-EN, Sandy Bridge-EP (Jaketown), Sandy Bridge-EX
Intel Ivy Bridge family: Ivy Bridge-DT, Ivy Bridge-MB, Ivy Bridge EP/EX (Ivytown)
AMD Family 10h (DR-Ax/Bx, RB-Cx, BL-Cx, DA-Cx, HY-Dx, PH-Ex):
- AM2r2/AM3: Athlon/Sempron (Lima, Sargas), Athlon II/Neo (Kuma, Regor, Rana, Propus), Phenom II/Neo (Agena, Deneb, Callisto, Heka, Toliman, Thuban), TWKR Black Edition
- Fr2/Fr4: Opteron (Barcelona, Shanghai, Suzuka, Budapest, Istanbul)
- C32r1: Opteron 41xx (Lisbon)
- G34: Opteron 61xx (Magny Cours)
- S1g3/g4: Turion II/Ultra, Athlon II, Phenom II
- ASB2: Athlon II Neo K/R/N, Turion II Neo K/N (Geneva)
AMD Family 11h (LG-Ax/Bx): S1g2: Sempron SI/NI/X2, Athlon QI/QL (Sable), Turion X2 Ultra/RM (Griffin)
AMD Family 12h LLano (FS1, FM1, FP1)
AMD Family 14h Brazos/Bobcat: Ontario, Zacate (FT1)
AMD Family 15h Bulldozer: AM3r2 (Zambezi), G34r1 (Interlagos), C32r1 (Valencia), FP2, FS1r2, FM2
VIA C7 and Nano
I like a lot HWiNFO32/64. I use all the time the "only sensor" version and it only uses 14 MB and give me better info than most monitor software.
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