MemTest – added 3/12/2009
MemTest is a RAM reliability tester that runs under Windows. It evaluates the ability of your computer’s memory to store and retrieve data accurately. By running MemTest you can ensure that your computer’s RAM is correctly functioning. It is wise to test this when you buy a new computer, install new RAM, or change the configuration of your machine.
Roadkil’s Disk Speed – added 12/18/2008
Roadkil’s Disk Speed performs disk speed test and provided details about how fast your disks can transfer data. The information provided includes data transfer rate for linear reads, random read transfer rate and the seek time of the drive.
AOGen CPU Benchmark – added 12/15/2008
AOGen CPU Benchmark is a tiny command line tool that allows you to benchmark your CPU.AOGen CPU Benchmark’s principle is quite simple: the smaller the elapsed time to finish the bench, the faster your CPU is! The elapsed time is provided in milliseconds so you can measure with accuracy the impact of your overcloking parameters on the CPU/memory.
DriveGLEAM – added 7/30/2008
DriveGLEAM indicates read/write activity for your hard drives in the system notification area (also known as the system tray). DriveGLEAM also supports output via the parallel port so that you can for example use a red led for write and a green led for read access.
CPU-Control – added 24/06/2008
CPU-Control handles the CPU-affinity for multicore-systems (supports quadcores as well). Instead of running each process on both CPUs you can define it as you want it. For example, if you want to seperate the firewall and the anti-virus-software from the graphics-application.
LocalCooling – added 7/25/2007
LocalCooling is a 100% free power management tool from Uniblue Labs that allows users to optimize their energy savings in minutes and as a result reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions. LocalCooling automatically optimizes your PC’s power consumption by using a more effective power save mode. You will be able to see your savings in real-time translated to more environmental terms such as how many trees and gallons of oil you have saved.
RM Gotcha – added 9/8/2006
RM Gotcha (formerly known as RM Spy and RM Infiltrator) helps CPU and mainboard testers determine CPU clock at any moment. RM Gotcha has only this particular purpose and is not a part of any monster suites. It’s just an 120KB executable that needs no installation. Supports result logging. The “Start delay” feature enables users to conduct operations required to be done before the clock check. The Check period feature minimizes CPU load created by the utility.
Advanced SystemCare Free – added 10/3/2008
Advanced WindowsCare Personal Edition is a comprehensive PC-care utility has a one-click approach to helping protect, repair and optimize your PC. Advanced WindowsCare Personal Edition helps protect, optimize, and repair your PC â€“â€“ with daily use.
HDDScan – added 4/3/2006
HDDScan offers low-level HDD diagnostics, it supports IDE/SATA/SCSI hard disk drives, RAID arrays, external USB/Firewire hard disks, flash cards. HDDScan can scan the surface, view SMART attributes, adjust AAM, APM (Power Management), etc.
SysInfoMyWork – added 2/11/2004
SysInfoMyWork system monitoring software is a system tray tool for monitoring your system memory and CPU load and displays the information with a small, animated icon in the system tray. You can also set it to automatically defrag your memory once it reaches a specified capacity and change the color of the tray icon.
StatBar – added 7/26/2003
StatBar works as a system status bar which allows you to quickly get an overview of your system’s condition including memory usage, CPU, uptime and more. It also includes a time synchronization feature, special support for WinAmp controls as well as a master volume control. StatBar is completely cusomizable, you can chose from several different color schemes (including XP style) and select the modules to display on the bar.
Roadkil’s Disk Speed – added 12/27/2004
Roadkils Disk Speed performs a disk speed test and provides details about how fast your disks can transfer data. The information provided includes data transfer rate for linear reads, random read transfer rate and the seek time of the drive.
BruteBenchmark – added 11/18/2005
BruteBenchmark offers simple, fast and relevant methods to check, save (and later compare) the performance of a processor, video card and hard disk. Two-three relatively simple, but of real office/scientific application interest, tests are performed for each hardware category and a benchmark result is computed. Accurate and of real interest scores can be obtained quickly (arround 30 seconds are enough), not being necessary to wait for minutes and minutes again to get the results.
HD Tune – added 10/5/2005
HD Tune – a hard disk benchmarking utility which has the following functions: benchmark transfer rate, access time, CPU Usage, and burst rate; hard disk information which includes partition information, supported features, firmware version, serial number, disk capacity, buffer size, transfer mode, hard disk health, S.M.A.R.T. information, error scan, and temperature display.
PassMark DiskCheckup – added 7/31/2005
PassMark DiskCheckup allows the user to monitor the SMART attributes of a particular hard disk drive. SMART ( Self Monitoring Analysis & Reporting Technology ) is an interface between a computer’s BIOS (basic input/output system) and the computer hard disk. It is a feature of the Enhanced Integrated Drive Electronics (EIDE) technology that controls access to the hard drive. If S.M.A.R.T is enabled when a computer is set up, the BIOS can receive analytical information from the hard drive and determine whether to send the user a warning message about possible future failure of the hard drive.
CrystalCPUID – added 5/17/2005
CrystalCPUID is CPU utility which gives info on: Support AMD64/EM64T, Intel SpeedStep Control, AMD K6/K7/K8 Multiplier/Voltage Change, VIA CyrixIII/C3 Multiplier Change, Multiplier Management MSR Editor/MSR Walker, Clock, Cache, System Clock, Multiplier Feature Flags, CPUID, Process Rule, etc..
TestCPU – added 5/17/2005
TestCPU contains only the application’s exe-file, which is ready to run after extraction to any directory. File Results.zip contains ini-file with all formerly tested computers. TestCPU then uses this file to display all computers in graph. This file need to be in the same directory as the application.
MetaBench – added 5/17/2005
MetaBench is a benchmarking program being developed by 7Byte. It is consisted of more than 55 different tests designed to benchmark high-end systems.
MCS CPU Benchmark – added 5/17/2005
MCS CPU Benchmark will check your CPU speed. It contains 5 tests. It have a lot of additional stuff.
HeavyLoad – added 5/17/2005
Heavyload stress tests all resources of a PC (like CPU, RAM, harddisk, network, operating system, etc.) in order to test, if it will run reliable under heavy load. This is useful for testing important NT file or database servers before using them productively, or just to check if your new PC might get too hot when used intensively. To stress your PC or server, HeavyLoad writes a large test-file to the temp folder, it allocates physical and virtual memory and it draws patterns in its window.
Intel Processor Identification Utility – added 5/17/2005
The Intel Processor Identification Utility was developed by Intel Corporation to identify the processor inside a system, assuring the processor contains intended technologies and is operating at the tested and rated frequency intended by Intel Corporation.
CPUID – added 5/17/2005
CPUID will let you know most of the info about your CPU: The CPU name, type and manufacturer, the cache sizes, all the different instructions that the CPU supports and all the different functions, and a lot of information about the CPU cache system.
CPU RightMark – added 5/17/2005
The CPU RightMark suite delivers an objective measurement of performance of modern and future processors in different computational tasks such as numerical modeling of physical processes and solving of 3D graphic problems. This benchmarking software focuses on testing the loaded FPU/SIMD units and the CPU/RAM tandem.
Central Brain Identifier – added 5/17/2005
Central Brain Identifier provides detailed identification and obtaining the most complete information about all AMD processors. It recognizes more than 50 various models of the AMD processors.