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Friday, 12 November 2010 15:54

FinalWire rolls out AIDA64 v1.20

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Support for Radeon HD 6800 and GTX 580


FinalWire has announced its AIDA64 v1.20 software, a diagnostic and benchmarking tool for both home use (Extreme Edition) and small and medium enterprises (Business Edition). The new 1.20 version brings preliminary support for upcoming Intel Sandy Bridge processors, support for AMD's HD 6800 series GPUs and recently released Nvidia Geforce GTX 580 graphics card.

In addition to the fresh and updated support, the new AIDA64 also brigns support for USB 3.0 controllers and devices as well as the new Windows 7 style icons. The new version of AIDA64 also features some bug fixes including the control panel issues under Windows Vista and 7, issues with memory write benchmark on Intel Dunnington, Gulftown, Westmere CPUs, issues with L3 cache bandwidth measurement on Intel Core i3/i5/i7 CPUs, and installer package elevation issues under Windows 7.

As noted, the AIDA64 is available as an Extreme Edition and Business Edition, both available on AIDA64 website. FinalWire has also slightly updated the licensing details as of today, AIDA64 Extreme Edition personal license can be used by a single person on up to three computers.

You can find more details here.

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