RightMark team introduces new versions of RightMark Memory Analyzer and CPU RightMark Lite 2005
The RightMark team today introduced new versions of their software: RightMark Memory Analyzer v3.55 and CPU RightMark Lite 2005 v1.2.
The RightMark Memory Analyzer is meant for measuring vital system parameters such as CPU/Chipset/RAM and also vital low-level system characteristics like latency and real RAM bandwidth, average/minimal latency of different cache levels, associativity, real L1-L2 cache bandwidth and TLB levels specs.
RightMark Memory Analyzer v3.55 changelog:
- New, skinned UI design of RightMark Memory Analyzer and RightMark Memory Stability Test
- Added checking for actual presence of x86-64/EM64T CPU features
- Added recognition and logo for Intel Pentium D processors
- Added support for Intel 945P/G and NVIDIA nForce4 SLI Intel Edition chipsets
- Rewritten recognition code for AMD K8 CPU cores
- New version of RTCore.sys driver included for compatibility with future RightMark products
The second utility is CPU RightMark Lite 2005 intended for objective measurement of performance of modern and future processors in different computational tasks, including numerical modelling of physical processes and 3D-graphics problem solving. It focuses on testing the loaded FPU/SIMD units and the CPU/RAM tandem. The result is pure CPU performance, an objective parameter obtained without the influence of other subsystems, like video and drives systems, except for the memory. This actually allows to compare the true performance of different processors irrespectively of other system components.
CPU RightMark Lite 2005 v1.2 changelog:
- Full support for x86-64 platform.
- Added new SSE+SSE2 and SSE3+SSE2 Renderer code paths (as x86-64 platform offers no native MMX support).
You can download the new versions here as usually.
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