Aida64: v5.80 brings hotkeys, DPI scaling and AMD Bristol Ridge benchmarks
As a new feature, Aida64 now allows users to define global hotkeys with which they can enable or disable the Aida64 hardware monitoring panels or switch between multiple hardware information pages on external displays, even when Aida64 is running in the background. Using these customized key combinations, PC enthusiasts can also start and stop saving temperature, voltage and power measurements as well as fan RPM readouts to a CSV or HTML log file.
Aida64 has also been released on a new mobile platform: Ubuntu Touch. The Ubuntu Touch version includes most of the features found in the Aida64 Android app, while it provides support for Ubuntu's convergence concept. It is capable of dynamically adapting its user interface to the displays or input devices connected. Aida64 for Ubuntu Touch can be downloaded for free from the Ubuntu Store.
As Google has recently made the Play Store available on Chrome OS, it is now possible to run Aida64 for Android on Chromebooks, Chromeboxes and Chromebits as well.
New features & improvements of Aida64 v5.80:
- AVX and FMA accelerated 64-bit benchmarks for AMD A-Series Bristol Ridge APUs
- Global hotkeys to switch between LCD pages, start/stop logging, show/hide the SensorPanel
- Proper DPI scaling to better support high-resolution LCD and OLED displays
- Corsair and Razer RGB LED mousepad support
- Microsoft Windows 10 Redstone RS2 Insider Preview support
- Improved support for AMD Zen Summit Ridge CPUs
- Improved support for Intel Apollo Lake SoCs
- Support for Samsung PM851 and SanDisk X400 SSDs
- Improved support for Intel NVMe SSDs
- CUDA 8.0 support
- GPU details for AMD Radeon RX 400 Series
- GPU details for nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti and GeForce GTX 1060