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Friday, 06 February 2009 12:31

Lavalys launches Everest 5.0

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Support for Core i7, Atom and Phenom II

Guys from Lavalys have launched a new version of their popular PC diagnostic and benchmark tool, Everest.

The new Everest 5.0 brings an improved hardware monitoring module with new "Alerting" feature, support for OpenGL 3.0, support for Windows 7, extended audio information including OpenAL and High Definition Audio information, new information for installed Windows Vista Sidebar Gadgets, and GPGPU devices information for ATI Stream and nVidia CUDA.

The most important update is the support for Intel's Core i7 and Atom, as well as AMD's Phenom II processors. The new version of Everest can be downloaded in trial mode, while the Everest Ultimate Edition and Everest Corporate Edition can be bought for US $34.95 and $19.95.

You can find more here.

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