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Thursday, 16 June 2011 12:15

FinalWire updates AIDA64 to v1.80

Written by Slobodan Simic
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Adds Zambezi and Llano support
FinalWire has updated its AIDA64 diagnostic and benchmarking tool to version 1.80, bringing support for AMD's A-series Llano APUs as well as the upcoming AMD FX-series Zambezi CPUs.

In addition to the support for the new APU and upcoming CPU series from AMD, the new AIDA64 brings a new SensorPanel, a hardware monitoring module for temperatures, fan speeds, voltages and currents, clock speeds and other system details. Additional features include FMA4 and XOP optimized 64-bit benchmarsk and System Stability Test, optimized benchmarks for VIA's quad-core processor, updated details for AMD Radeon HD 6970M GPU as well as Nvidia's Geforce 410M, GT 520M/545, 560M and Quadro 7000 GPUs, as well as Rivatuner OSD Server support.

The new update is available for AIDA64 Extreme Edition and Business Edition. You can find it here.

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