AIDA64 Extreme Edition

License: Freeware
Author: FinalWare Ltd.

Test the CPU, FPU, system memory and generates the benchmark

AIDA64 Extreme Edition is advanced diagnostic and benchmarking utility which collects the information regarding computer hardware and software. This program also measures the capabilities of CPU, processor, memory, and FPU by the use of benchmark to compare its power among others and for future comparison if possible changes made in hardware or system components. AIDIA Extreme Edition generally covers the PC areas as sensor, overclock and power management.

What AIDA64 Extreme Edition provides?

Hardware error Diagnosis: 

This utility provides the full capabilities to scan and identify the hardware problem without even opening the CPU for diagnosis. It checks the status of CRT and LCD display, processor frequencies, and provides the security against potential failure of hardware and thermal issues.

Stress Testing: 

To drive the computer to its absolute limit, AIDA64 System Stability Test make the use of uses a 64-bit multi-threaded stress testing module.AIDA64 provides Hard disk, SSD and OpenCL GPGPU video adapter stress testing.

Sensor Monitoring: 

AIDIA64 supports various sensor devices to measure and monitor voltage, cooling fan speed, temperature and power draw. It too warns the user in case of over voltage and heating as well when cooling fan gets failed.

Processor, System Memory, and Disk Drive Benchmarks: 

AIDA64 provides the various sorts of benchmark to determine hard disk, optical drive and flash memory types devices data transfer rate. It provides the measurement of RAM bandwidth and latency by the use of memory and cache benchmark.

Additionally AIDA64 Extreme edition provides simple and well managed window interface with investigation capabilities of entire specific system components. By running the Benchmark it test the CPU, FPU, system memory and generates the benchmark. As well it is easy configurable program with multi-language and changeable layout.

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