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Tuesday, 21 December 2010 09:21

FinalWire AIDA64 updated to version 1.50

Written by Slobodan Simic
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New GPUs, Sandy Bridge support
FinalWire has updated its AIDA64 software to version 1.50. In addition to the support for the upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge processors, the new version also features support for new GPUs, Radeon HD 6900 series and Geforce GTX 570.

In addition to those major updates, the new version also features AVX-optimized 64-bit fractal and security benchmarks, AVX-optimized System Stability Test module, 64-bit multi-threaded VP8 video encoding benchmark, Revamped ZLib data compression benchmark, Enhanced support for nVIDIA RAID controllers and localization for Estonian language which is now one of the 37 languages included with AIDA64.

You can find the Extreme and Business Edition versions here.


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