OCCT Perestroika 4.0.0
OCCT Perestroika will provide users with two CPU benchmark test (OCCT's own test and Linpack) and two other tests designerd for the graphics card and power supply.
· Up to 16-core support ( for instance, up to a Quad-Kentsfield or an Octo-Conroe )
· Customizable tests ( Duration, Priority, CPU or RAM, ... )
· CPU and Motherboard detection
· Monitoring support through 3rd party application ( i.e. MBM5, Speedfan and...
Price: USD $0.00;
File Size: 5836 KB;
Platform: Windows 2000, Windows, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista , Windows 7
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