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The new AIDA64 release introduces support for 33 new LCD and VFD screens, adds support for parallel and serial port connected displays, and improves the handling of monochrome and Razer SwitchBlade UI devices. It also provides CUDA 6.5, Mantle and OpenGL 4.5 diagnostics for the latest AMD and nVIDIA graphics accelerators, and supports several new SSD devices.

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New features & improvements

- Support for new LCD and VFD devices: Acer Idea 500, Adafruit, Aquaero, AX206, BWCT, CH424, Crystalfontz, ct-Mausekino, Cwlinux, Dangerous Prototypes HD44780, Futaba DM-140GINK, Futaba MDM166A, GLCD2USB, IkaLogic, LCDInfo USB13700, LCDInfo USBD480, LPT, Matrix Orbital LK RS232, Matrix Orbital GLK RS232, Odroid-Show, Phidget, picoLCD, POS, Pyramid, Roccat Valo, Samsung SPF, SoundGraph iMon LCD, SpikenzieLabs MPTH, Sure Electronics, Trefon, USB2LCD+, Wallbraun LUI, Yoctopuce

- Microsoft Windows 10 Technical Preview and Windows Server 2015 Technical Preview support

- Advanced support for Razer SwitchBlade UI LCD

- Support for LGA2011-v3 motherboards

- CUDA 6.5, OpenGL 4.5 support

- AData SP610, AData SP910, Corsair Force LX, Corsair Neutron, Corsair Neutron GTX, OCZ Arc 100, Seagate 600, SanDisk Extreme Pro, SanDisk X300s SSD support

- GPU details for AMD Radeon R9 285

- GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce 900 Series

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What's new since AIDA64 v4.00

- Microsoft Windows 8.1 Update 1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Update 1 support

- OpenCL GPGPU Benchmark Suite

- AMD Mantle graphics accelerator diagnostics

- Multi-threaded memory stress test with SSE, SSE2, AVX, AVX2, FMA, BMI and BMI2 acceleration

- Optimized 64-bit benchmarks for AMD “Kaveri”, “Bald Eagle”, “Mullins”, “Beema” APUs

- Optimized 64-bit benchmarks for Intel Atom C2000 “Avoton” and “Rangeley” SoC

- Optimized 64-bit benchmarks for Intel “Bay Trail” desktop, mobile and tablet SoC

- Full support for the Intel “Haswell Refresh” platform with Intel “Wildcat Point” PCH

- Support for new LCD and VFD devices: Abacom (ExpertProfi), AlphaCool, Digital Devices, LCD2USB, Mad Catz Venom, Matrix Orbital LK, Matrix Orbital GLK, Matrix Orbital GX, nMedia Pro-LCD, Pertelian X2040, SDC Megtron, SoundGraph iMon VFD, VL System LIS, VL System LIS 2

- Improved support for Intel "Broadwell" CPU

- Preliminary support for AMD "Carrizo” and "Toronto" APUs

- Preliminary support for Intel Quark X1000 “Clanton” SoC

- Preliminary support for Intel "Skylake", "Cherry Trail", "Denverton" CPUs

- Improved support for Intel “Haswell-E” CPU and DDR4 memory modules

- Support for DDR4 XMP 2.0 memory profiles

- Intel H97 and Z97 chipset based motherboards support

- Socket AM1 motherboards support

- SMTP SSL support

- Improved handling of XSL files

- Revamped Direct3D Compute Shader devices enumeration

- CUDA 6.0, OpenGL ES 3.1 support

- Improved support for OpenCL 2.0

- Support for VirtualBox v4.3 and VMware Workstation v10

- A-Data SP920, Crucial M550, Intel 730, OCZ Vector 150, OCZ Vertex 460, Plextor M6M, Plextor M6S, Samsung 845DC Evo, Samsung 850 Pro, Samsung XP941 SSD support

- GPU details for AMD Radeon R5, R7, R9 Series

- GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce 700 and 800 Series

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