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AIDA64 update brings support for next-gen AMD and Nvidia hardware

AIDA64 is used by enthusiasts and professionals alike to benchmark and monitor hardware. Usually a little while before major hardware launches, we'll see the software updated with support for upcoming CPUs and GPUs. With the latest AIDA64 Extreme update, we got exactly that, with support for Zen 4 CPUs being introduced, as well as support for Nvidia's upcoming RTX 4090 graphics card. 

FinalWire has now released AIDA64 Extreme 6.75. The new update introduces improvements for AMD Zen 4 processors and AM5 motherboards, and supports the latest AMD and Intel CPU platforms as well as new graphics cards from both AMD and Nvidia. In AMD's case, GPU details for the RX 6650 XT, 6750 XT and 6950 XT have been added. On the Nvidia side, it seems the groundwork is being placed for the upcoming RTX 40 series.

Here are the key bullet points from this update:

  • Improved support for AMD Zen 4 processors and AM5 motherboards
  • GPU details for AMD Radeon RX 6650 XT, 6750 XT, 6950 XT
  • GPU details for Glenfly Arise
  • GPU details for Nvidia GeForce RTX 4090 and GeForce GTX 1630
  • Fixed: SMTP TLS 1.2 support

There is a more extensive set of patch notes available too, revealing improved Windows 11 and Windows Server 2022 support, new benchmarks for Intel and AMD processors, enhanced support for current-gen CPUs, GPUs and displays, and improved monitoring tools for a wider range of hardware.

You can read the full patch notes and download AIDA64, HERE. Discuss on our Facebook page, HERE.

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