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AIDA64 adds Vega 10, Polaris 10/11 and GTX 1080 support

AIDA64 now supports next-gen GPUs

AIDA64 beta build adds Vega 10, Polaris 10/11 and GTX 1080 support

AIDA64 beta build adds Vega 10, Polaris 10/11 and GTX 1080 support

 

AIDA64 Extreme now supports the upcoming Pascal, Polaris, and Vega GPUs. The latest version of the popular benchmarking suite, which was released today, adds preliminary support for Nvidia GTX 1080, AMD Polaris 10, Polaris 11 and Vega 10 cards, as revealed in the changelog.

 

Version: 5.70.3843 beta (May 11, 2016)
Release notes:

 • preliminary GPU information for AMD Polaris 10 (Ellesmere)
 • preliminary GPU information for AMD Polaris 11 (Baffin)
 • preliminary GPU information for AMD Vega 10 (Greenland)
 • preliminary GPU information for nVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 (GP104)
 • improved memory type detection for AMD GPUs
 • Intel Processor Number detection for Pentium D1519
 • Intel Processor Number detection for Xeon D-1529, D-1539, D-1559
 • extended sensor support for AquaStream Ultimate
 • fixed: motherboard specific sensor info for MSI MS-7881, 7882, 7883, 7885 (too low Vcore)

 

Yesterday, rumours surfaced implying that Vega 10's launch has been moved to October, which is a few months quicker than expected. Third-party support for Vega 10 obviously doesn't confirm these rumours, but it's still very interesting. Meanwhile, the GTX 1080 is set to launch May 27, while Polaris is expected to be released around mid-June.

The new beta build of AIDA64 can be downloaded here.

 

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11-05-2016, 14:32:45

NeverBackDown
While it doesn't literally confirm that Vega will launch sooner, it does give people the idea that some companies may indeed be getting some juicy info early. Which would indicate it is closer to launch than previously known. Very interesting! Tbh it can't launch soon enough for AMD, Polaris is more of the interim lineupQuote

11-05-2016, 15:06:47

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
While it doesn't literally confirm that Vega will launch sooner, it does give people the idea that some companies may indeed be getting some juicy info early. Which would indicate it is closer to launch than previously known. Very interesting! Tbh it can't launch soon enough for AMD, Polaris is more of the interim lineup
Imagine if AMD launched both Polaris for the low to mid range and Vega for the high end at the same time at Computex

I can dream.Quote

11-05-2016, 18:48:45

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
Imagine if AMD launched both Polaris for the low to mid range and Vega for the high end at the same time at Computex

I can dream.
That's my dreamQuote
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