Software Update: Everest 5.50

Lavalys has released version 5.50 of Everest. With this program a very extensive overview can be obtained of all hardware and software present in the computer. Particularly useful are the direct links to the specific pages where drivers and firmware of the various components can be downloaded. In addition, various benchmarks can be performed with it and there is extensive hardware monitoring. Everest is available in the versions Ultimate and corporate, with prices starting at thirty euros for a personal license. Below are the release notes for version 5.50:

Everest version 5.50 Is Now Available
This is a special one for us because it marks the first stable release of EVEREST since the engine that operates under the hood has reached complete support for more than a 100,000 unique hardware devices. Be sure to give it a try today and here’s to another 100,000!

Support for the latest processors including Intel’s Core i3, Core i5 and Core i7
Detailed information on CPU features support and clock speed monitoring for the latest processors from AMD, Intel and VIA. Fully optimized cache, CPU and FPU benchmarks with HyperThreading and Turbo Boost support. Utilization of the hardware accelerated AES data encryption features on capable Intel and VIA processors.

Preliminary support for the upcoming Hexa-Core Intel Core i7 980X
Multi-threaded benchmarks to utilize 6 cores and 6 additional virtual cores of the upcoming Intel Core i7 980X “Gulftown” and Intel Xeon “Westmere” processors. CPU AES benchmark with hardware supported acceleration to deliver blazing data encryption performance.

BIOS settings listing on capable Asus and Intel motherboards
Detection of various BIOS settings under Windows without the need to reboot into BIOS Setup. Available BIOS values ​​include FSB, BCLK and memory clock settings, CPU ratio, voltage adjustments as well as data drive strength detection.

GPU information for the latest ATI Radeon HD 5000 graphics accelerators
Video adapter properties detection on the latest DirectX 11 capable ATI graphics accelerators including clock measurement, shader processor count, OpenGL details. Information on all available GPGPU devices using Stream, CUDA, Direct3D Compute Shader, and OpenCL interfaces.

Optimized hardware monitoring support for Logitech G19 LCD keyboard
Full support for the 320×240 true-color LCD display of the Logitech G19 Gaming Keyboard to display temperatures, voltage values ​​and cooling fan speeds. Flexible adjustments to individually configure all items displayed on the LCD. Now with custom bitmap placement and optimized communication protocol to use less system resources while monitoring.

Version number 5.50
Release status Final
Operating systems Windows 7, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008
Website Lavalys
File sizes 9.77MB – 10.20MB
License type Shareware