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Wednesday, 26 October 2011 13:23

FinalWire rolls out AIDA64 v2.0 version

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Brings support for Sandy Bridge-E CPUs


FinalWire has updated its AIDA64 system information, diagnostic and benchmarking tool to version 2.0, bringing support for Intel's Sandy Bridge-E CPUs as well as some other updates.

The full list of new features and supports starts off with automated online update function that will be available as of version v2.0. The rest of the updates include support for Intel's upcoming Sandy Bridge-E CPUs as well as preliminary support for Intel Atom CedarView and Ivy Bridge CPUs and Intel 7-series chipsets. As far as AMD is concerned, AIDA64 brings preliminary support for Krishna and Wichita APUs as well as GPU details for AMD Radeon HD 6625M. Nvidia Geforce GTX 570M details are also added to the new version.

The rest of the release notes include enhanced support for Western Digital HDDs, revamped ACPI table enumeration and decoding as well as support for VMware Workstation v8.

The new version is available as a Extreme and Business Edition and can be found here.

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