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    AIDA64 Free upgrades from Everest

    Well it looks like Lavalys has split up. The original creator of Everest is now working on AIDA64. He is offering free upgrades from Everest and the "new" program is now on sale for 50% off. Here are a few things from the FAQ.

    FinalWire Ltd. today announced the immediate availability of AIDA64 Extreme Edition 1.00 software, a streamlined diagnostic and benchmarking tool for home users; and the immediate availability of AIDA64 Business Edition 1.00 software, an essential network management solution for small and medium scale enterprises.

    As a descendant of the award-winning AIDA16 and AIDA32 software, and the successor to the widely popular diagnostic utility Lavalys EVEREST, the brand new AIDA64 version leaps forward into the next decade by introducing a collection of 64-bit processor and memory benchmarks, an enhanced 64-bit system stress test module, and a further expanded hardware database.

    "After the splitting up of Lavalys, we at FinalWire are happy to continue our efforts of delivering a dependable monitoring software to our faithful users" said Tamas Miklos, managing director of FinalWire. "Since the introduction of our first diagnostic utility ASMDEMO in 1995, we have built a passionate community of hobby users, hardware enthusiasts, and professional overclockers. Using the valuable feedback we have collected from them in the past few years, we have created a software for the new decade of 64-bit multi-core systems."
    New and enhanced benchmarks

    Besides introducing 64-bit variants of its proven memory and processor benchmark methods, AIDA64 implements an optimized ZLib data compression benchmark and an enhanced set of fractal computational floating-point benchmarks. It also adds a new CPU benchmark method to determine cryptographic hash value calculation performance. All AIDA64 processor benchmarks are now fully ported to 64-bit, scale up to 32 processor cores, and utilize MMX, 3DNow! and SSE instructions to unlock the full potential of modern multi-core Intel and AMD processors.
    Solid-state drive support

    AIDA64 further extends its exhaustive hardware database by adding 300 solid-state drives (SSD), making the database count over 115,000 entries total. On top of the usual ATA auto-detect information the new SSD database enables AIDA64 to display flash memory type, controller model, physical dimensions, and data transfer performance data. The new AIDA64 version also implements SSD-specific SMART disk health information for Indilinx, Intel, JMicron, Samsung, and SandForce controllers.
    Improved stress testing, alerting and hardware monitoring features

    The popular System Stability Test module is now ported to 64-bit to put the most demanding workload on both the system memory and all available CPU cores. Overheating, over-voltage, and cooling fan alerts are now fine-tunable with alert sound and emergency application launch. The real-time hardware monitoring module was further improved by adding Intel QST 2.0, Koolance TMS-200, and DIMM thermal sensor device support.
    Upgrading from EVEREST

    FinalWire provide free upgrade path for EVEREST customers until October 20, 2010. For terms and conditions, visit
    Pricing and Availability

    AIDA64 Extreme Edition and AIDA64 Business Edition are available now at Additional information on product features, system requirements, and language versions is available at Join our Discussion Forum at
    About FinalWire

    FinalWire is the global leader in the development of diagnostic and network management software products for Windows based computers. For more information, visit
    Originally posted by Mangler
    Good work guys, we can't have too many positive posts in a row on this forum.

    I used AIDA before Everest existed. Interesting development.


      Yeah I remember AIDA, funny how it comes back around.


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          Just transferred my license. Now watch layalys release some new bad-ass version that I can't download now.


            Originally posted by Greasy View Post
            Just transferred my license. Now watch layalys release some new bad-ass version that I can't download now.
            LMAO! Well, you could have two licenses, so you can have Layalys and AIDA64.

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