AIDA64 Hits A New Benchmark With v7.00

Source: FinalWire AIDA64 Hits A New Benchmark With v7.00

AIDA64 v7.00 Brings A Lot Of Changes

There have been a number of small and not so small updates to AIDA64 over 2023, but nothing compared to this new version.  The layout has become far more modern, moving from the old style drop down menus at the top to a user modifiable toolbar.  You can still find those options under the three dots at the far right, but you can also access many of the tools via that toolbar.  You will see some brand new options on the toolbar as well, making AIDA64 even more useful for those that love to tweak their PCs.

The two biggest new features are found under the OSD and and gauge buttons on the toolbar. A click on the OSD will bring up the real time values from every sensor that AIDA64 v7.00 can detect, displayed in text values on the upper right hand side of your screen.  This means you can easily monitor your temperatures and voltages to make sure everything is behaving as it should.  The gauge/sensor button brings up a similar box on the upper left, but with a more graphical representation and includes frequencies as well as temperatures.  You can even add, remove or just move those values around as you want.

As with all other releases, AIDA64 v7.00 can detect more hardware than the previous versions, and also includes updated AVX-512 and AVX2 benchmarks to test your system’s performance.  Grab the update or check out the free trial to see if you might want to try it out.

Introducing a redesigned, cleaner, leaner and more efficient main user interface, featuring a brand-new, customizable toolbar and a powerful search functionality at the top of the window. The toolbar offers complete flexibility, allowing users to choose displayed icons, rearrange them effortlessly, and insert separators for a personalized and intuitive navigation experience.

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