Today FinalWire announces the “Spring Update” of AIDA64 to version 2.50. AIDA64 is the successor to the PC benchmarking and system utility formerly known as Everest.
Version 2.5 brings a lot of new features to the table, including support for speech recognition APIs and an all-new sensor panel, which shows all of your PC’s vital stats in one slick-looking place:
Other new features include:
New features & improvements
- Speech API information
- SensorPanel graphs and gauges
- Intel 330 and OCZ Vertex 4 SSD support
- GPU details for NVIDIA GeForce 600 Series
What’s new since AIDA64 v2.00
- OpenCL GPGPU Stress Test
- Enhanced UPS support
- Revamped Desktop Gadget
- Support for Intel Atom “Cedarview” processors
- Support for Intel Core “Ivy Bridge” APUs and Intel 7-Series chipsets
- Preliminary support for Intel “Haswell” APU and Intel “Lynx Point” PCH
- Preliminary support for Intel “Penwell” SoC
- ACPI 5.0 and OpenCL 1.2 support
- Intel 520, Intel 710, Samsung 830 SSD support
- GPU details for AMD Radeon HD 7000 Series
AIDA64 is a tool that should be in every system builder, technician, and overclocker’s toolbox, especially considering the full suite of system tests and the absolute glut of information about your system all available in one single interface. AIDA64 is the only program I’ve found that reliably reports temperatures on all six cores of my AMD Phenom II X6 1100T, and it doesn’t stop there. They regularly update it with all the latest hardware, sensors, and peripherals out there.
You can download AIDA64 2.5 from FinalWire.