OCCT 3.0.0 Final
Changelog (Since 2.0.1) :
* OCCT's main UI has been completly revamped
* Graphs now shows a 2nd line showing the CPU usage / FPS during the test.
* CPU usage is now instantaneous instead of an average since the start of the test
* OCCT now has 5 different tests. The descriptions are at the end of the changelog
* Entirely revamped - now based on tabs, and completly modular
* Now has a small help module - just move your mouse around OCCT's window, you'll see
* The built-in engine has been updated - lots of new hardware are now supported
* Alot of bugs are fixed, included the famous "3 cores out of 4 detected"
* Graphs now shows a second line showing the CPU usage/FPS during the test
* A legend explains everything
* The test configuration is now entirely present in the graph's subtitles
* The original, inherited from previous versions of OCCT
* Now Core i7 compatible
* The very same as IntelBurnTest, based on a test provided by Intel
* It will make your CPU hotter than never !
* 32 and 64 bits support
* Home-made test written in Direct3d that will make your GPU really hot - this test is similar to ATITool and Furmark (thanks to Furmark and JegX for his support and for the aborted partnership )
* Will make your graphic card real hot - especially the GPU
* Has an error detection mode similar to ATITool
* SLI and Crossfire support (Just enable Fullscreen mode !)
* Again, Home-made test written in CUDA that'll launch a MemTest86 or MemTest86+ like test on your Graphic card memory and report any error found
* Requires a Nvidia Graphic Card, and a GeForce 8 or Higher !
* Dedicated to power supplies - it'll launch GPU:3D and CPU:LINPACK at the same time to load your power supply. BEWARE, THIS TEST IS REALLY DEMANDING !
* WARNING, DO NOT USE THIS TEST WITH NO-NAME POWER SUPPLY, AS A FEW DEATHS HAVE ALREADY BEEN REPORTED !
* This tests demands 30 to 40% more power than crysis on a quad-core system with an SLI graphic system installed...