Svet said:CPUCalc 1.9.2
CPUCalc is an overclocking-calculator able to overclocking with many Intel and AMD processors.
You just need to set your wished clock and it calculates all other settings, for example. It automatically sets the correct CPU-RAM-ratio and Referenceclock:HTT-Ratio.
It?s also able to calculate the new TDP with the overclocked settings.
GPU-Z 0.2.7 is out and it supports catalyst 8.7 beta & latest forceware drivers.
Here is the list of changes :
* Added display for GPU release date.
* Added display for transistor count
* Added mouseover readings for sensors graph
* Correctly named the three on-die sensors of RV770 and RV730
* Added support for voltage regulator monitoring on HD 4870 and HD 4870 X2
* RV770 GPU on HD 4870 X2 now called R700
* Added support for reading HD 4870 X2 3D clocks
* Added display of CrossFire Sideport status on HD 4870 X2
* Added more RV730 device IDs
* Added support for GeForce 9800 GT, 9800M GT, 9600M GT, 9700M GS/GT, 9500M G
* Added detection for RS780D
* Fixed incorrectly read ATI OD5 clocks
* Fix for memory clock reading on RV730
* Fixed ROM reading on RV730
* Fixed crash when no supported card detected
* Sensor graph width adjusted when scrollbars visible
PhysX FluidMark v1.0.0
PhysX FluidMark requires NVDIA PhysX drivers 8.08.01 or higher and the CUDA DLL (this DLL has to be copied in the benchmark folder if your Forceware drivers are < 177.79 or if you don't have a GeForce (Radeon, etc.)).
PhysX FluidMark is a physics benchmark based on NVIDIA PhysX engine. This benchmark performs a fluid simulation by imitating the renderering of lava. Real physics parameters such as viscosity are used. SPH (Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics) algorithm is enabled to increase the realism of the simulation.
PhysX FluidMark can run in pure software mode (all calculations are done on the CPU), or in hardware mode. Hardware mode includes 2 kinds of hardware:
* Ageia PhysX PPU
* GeForce PhysX - GeForce 8/9/GTX200 graphics cards only
This benchmark exploits OpenGL for graphic acceleration and requires an OpenGL 2.0 compliant graphics card: NVIDIA GeForce 5/6/7/8/9/GTX200 (and higher), AMD/ATI Radeon 9600+, 1k/2k/3k/4k (and higher) or a S3 Graphics Chrome 400 series with the latest graphics drivers.