AIDA64 is a tool for testing software and hardware system information, which can display detailed information about every aspect of a PC. AIDA64 not only provides various functions such as assisting in overclocking, hardware debugging, stress testing, and sensor monitoring, but also allows for comprehensive evaluation of the performance of processors, system memory, and disk drives.

AIDA64 is a streamlined system diagnostic and benchmark software for home users. AIDA64 provides a wide range of features to assist in overclocking, hardware error diagnosis, stress testing, and sensor monitoring. It has a unique ability to evaluate the performance of processors, system memory, and disk drives. AIDA64 is compatible with all 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft Windows operating systems, including Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2


Function characteristics

In early October, the successor of the authoritative system inspection and testing software EVEREST, AIDA64, was released, with a hardware database size of over 115000 entries. In particular, more than 300 new solid-state drive products were added, which can display flash memory types, controller models, physical sizes, read and write performance, and support the display of S. for controllers such as Indilinx, Intel, JMicron, Samsung, and SandForce M. A.R.T. disk information.

The system stability testing module has also added 64 bit support, and the processor and memory testing projects have been comprehensively upgraded. It also supports sound alarms for overheating, overvoltage, fans, and emergency program startup. By adding Intel QST 2.0, Koolance TMS-200, and DIMM sensor support, the real-time hardware monitoring module has also been strengthened


Performance test


CPU Queen tests the branch prediction ability of the CPU and the performance impact caused by prediction errors. For CPUs with the same main frequency, shorter processing pipelines and more accurate prediction ability are scored higher in this aspect. Therefore, it can be seen that the higher the main frequency, the better the performance of the CPU. This score can reflect the true performance of the CPU, allowing people to no longer blindly pursue a high main frequency when choosing a CPU.

CPU PhotoWorxx focuses on the integer computing power, multi-core computing power, and memory bandwidth computing power of the CPU, using analog digital image processing to evaluate CPU performance. This test requires frequent and extensive memory access operations, so it not only requires high processor requirements but also high memory speed. For those who have more applications in video processing, such as video compression and video transfer, the higher the score, the better.

CPU ZLib is another test for CPU integer operations, using the compression algorithm Zlib to calculate the CPU's ability to process compressed files. If you require CPU compression and decompression capabilities, you can be concerned about this score.

CPU AES is an encryption algorithm test used to reflect the performance of the CPU in performing AES encryption algorithms. This test is mainly aimed at some network servers, such as command servers, which perform frequent encryption and decryption operations, so the score of this item is particularly important.

CPU Hash is a test that uses the SHA1 hash algorithm to reflect the CPU's integer computing power.

FPU VP8 utilizes Google VP8 video codec to test the processor's video compression computing power.

FPU Julia utilizes Julia fractal geometry operations to evaluate the CPU's single precision (32bit) floating-point computing power.

FPU Mandel utilizes Mandelbrot fractal geometry operations to evaluate the dual precision (64bit) computing power of the CPU.

FPU SinJulia evaluates the CPU's extended precision (80bit) floating-point computing ability using modified Julia sharding operations.

FPU Julia, FPU Mandel, and FPU SinJulia all test the floating-point computing ability of the CPU, which can measure its performance in games.

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