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Tuesday, 31 March 2009 12:38

Lavalys launches the new Everest v5.01

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Adds support for new products

The guys from Lavalys have released a new version of its diagnostic and benchmark tool, Everest. The new version brings support for some new GPUs from ATI and Nvidia, support for Intel's E32xx CPU series, support for the Via Nano/VX800 platform and bunch of other fixes and add-ons.

The new Everest now supports up to eight GPUs in the Hardware Monitoring module and has support for GPGPU ATI Stream v1.4 API. The rest of the release notes include new support for ATI Mobility Radeon HD 4570 and Nvidia's Geforce GT 140, GTS 250 and GTX 295 graphics cards. As mentioned, Everest has also improved the support for VIA's Nano CPU and VIA VX800 chipset and added support for Intel's Pentium E32xx series CPUs.

New version of Everest has improved IPMI event log and sensor information, improved Dell SMI sensor support and has fixed diode temperature measurement on 65nm AMD K8 CPUs, fixed benchmark results on EIST capable Intel CPUs and fixed Sidebard Gadgets enumeration under 64-bit Windows OS.

Both Everest Corporate and Ultimate Edition can be found here.

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