Everest Ultimate can be used to get information on hardware like Motherboard, CPU, Storage Devices, Video Adapter and Monitors, Network Adapters, Multimedia Drivers.
Everest Ultimate Edition is an award-winning benchmark and diagnostics tool. Everest Ultimate can be used to get information on hardware like Motherboard, CPU, Storage Devices, Video Adapter and Monitors, Network Adapters, Multimedia Drivers, Other Input Devices and Miscellaneous devices and software like Operating System, Server and display, Networking and other installed software. The diagnostic utility of Everest Ultimate Edition includes a CPUID panel, which gives information on motherboard, CPU, RAM and chipset. This panel supports enhanced Intel Speed Step technology and AMD Cool and Quiet Technology. It is a boon for the overclockers. The diagnostic utility of Everest Ultimate helps you acquire the sensor information including system, CPU and GPU temperature, fan status, CPU, GPU, AGP and DRAM voltage monitoring, S.M.A.R.T. disk health status, etc. You can use the Sensor icons to keep you updated on the temperature prevailing inside your system.
The Memory Benchmark module can be used to calculate memory read and write speed, and memory latency measurement to stress the memory and cache subsystem. It also includes references list to compare actual performance with other systems. Disk Benchmark module is used to measure performance of hard disk drives, optical disk drives (CD/DVD/Blu-Ray) and USB flash drives. Graphical overview of disk performance is measured on different areas of the disk surface. The CPU and FPU benchmarks include multi-threaded benchmark methods to measure performance of both old and brand new processors. Here too you get references list to compare the performance of your CPU with other systems.
The Everest Ultimate Edition can report about the status of your computer and even take print out of it in three different formats.
This ultimate benchmark utility is for any version of the Windows operating systems.