The new version, 2.0 has a significantly increased hardware database, with support for many of the very latest models and technologies, such as Sandy Bridge-E, AMD FX, the latest chipsets from Intel and AMD, and more. It also includes benchmarks and tests that support cutting-edge technologies such as Advanced Vector Extensions (AVX) and AES-NI hardware acceleration.
Their hardware database now includes over 133,000 components.
From the press release:
New features & improvements
- Automatic Online Update
- Support for LGA2011 Intel Sandy Bridge-E processors
- Preliminary support for AMD Krishna and Wichita APUs
- Preliminary support for Intel Cedarview processors
- Preliminary support for Intel Ivy Bridge and Intel 7-Series chipsets
- Enhanced support for Western Digital hard disk drives
- Revamped ACPI table enumeration and decoding
- Support for VMware Workstation v8
- GPU details for AMD Radeon HD 6625M and nVIDIA GeForce GTX 570
AIDA64 is available from FinalWire on their website.