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OCCT 4.4.0

OCCT is a powerful and free (for personal use) PC monitor and stability checking tool.

Launching the program on our test PC immediately displayed useful PC and GPU-related system information, alongside with a series of graphs plotting how our system temperature, CPU voltages, RAM usage and other details are varying over time.

And if these don't in themselves reveal any problems, then OCCT can launch tests to exercise your CPU, GPU or power supply, again allowing you to see in detail how your system's temperature, voltage and other details might respond.

If you've just been overclocking your system then running a tool such as OCCT can be very useful, as it will help to confirm that your PC can still cope when it's overloaded.

Of course, if it can't now cope then this may be an issue. Stress-testing a computer in this way, perhaps overheating it, can cause real damage. If you watch what's happening, though, this need not be a significant problem. And better still, OCCT will in many cases stop testing if particular measured values are too high (and you can configure these settings for yourself).

Changelog : OCCT 4.4.0

MAIN
•Monitoring Engine updated (should support everything that is out there !)
•OCCT will now start normally in Windows Fail-safe mode

CPU:OCCT
•You can now specify how many thread CPU:OCCT will use
•Huge performance improvements

GPU:3D
•Complete rewrite of GPU:3D in DX11
•Fixed all issues with Windows 8 compatibility (was related to DX10 support in Windows 8, which is not what you would expect)
•Huge performance improvements

Platforms: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows 8, Windows Server, Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP
Version: 4.3.2
Licence: Free, for personal-use only
Manufacturer: OCCT
Date Added: {ts '2013-10-15 10:36:00'}


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