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Old 28th April 2009, 21:27   #1
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BlackBox 1.1 reveals your Computer's Internals

HWM BlackBox is a utility designed to deliver precise details on the core components of your computer to the maximum. As well as providing you with you with in-depth information about hardware such as the processor, memory modules, mainboard, hard drives and video card, it also offers the opportunity to assess critical parameters such as clock speeds and temperatures. HWM BlackBox also presents Vista compatible tools to test your computer's performance under Microsoft Windows Vista.

HWM BlackBox Processor ID interface displays processor-specific information such as manufacturer, model, socket type, version, revision, code name, supported instruction sets, number of cores, process technology, maximum speed, overclocking rate, multiplier, L1-L2-L3 cache capacities, current speed and temperature values and usage, even the official logo of your central processor with utmost accuracy.

HWM BlackBox supports a wide range of processors from decade-old Intel 386-486, AMD K5 series to latest generation Intel Corei7, AMD PhenomX4 with 99.999% accuracy. Please refer to section Supported Devices for a list of processors HWM BlackBox can currently identify.

HWM BlackBox Memory Identification Interface, allows you to view details related to the memory modules installed in your system, such as: manufacturer, production date, module capacity, overall memory available, number and types of modules installed, maximum running speed, available timings, pre-installed SPD profiles, current speed, FSBRAM rates and memory speed rates. HWM BlackBox Memory Identification Interface detects and reports all popular memory modules such as SDR, RDRAM, DDR, DDR2, DDR3 with 100% accuracy.
HWM BlackBox System Identification Interface displays all possible data pertaining to your system; from the motherboard manufacturer, model, North and South Bridges, PCIe x16/x8/x4/x1, PCI, AGP and ISA ports to BIOS manufacturer, version and date. This tool also identifies the details of your graphics adapter, its model, memory and driver details, and the installed hard drives with models, types, interfaces and capacities of each.
HWM BlackBox Performance Tools are your ultimate guide to test each and every component in your system. It gives you minute information and opportunity to test the performances of the main processor, memory, video card and hard drives. You can run a total of 13 tests consisting of 5 processor tests, 1 memory test, 6 graphic adapter test and 1 hard drive test to determine the performance of your system. HWM BlackBox Performance Tools can only work with Microsoft Vista.

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Supported Devices
* + Pentium, Pentium MMX, PentiumPro, Pentium II, Pentium III, PentiumIII-M,
* + Pentium 4, Pentium 4-M, Pentium M,
* + Pentium D, Pentium XE, Pentium Dual Core
* + Celeron P2, P3, P4, PM, CL
* + Itanium, Itanium 2
* + Xeon P2, P3, P4, C2D, C2Q, Xeon EX "Dunnington
* + Core Solo, CoreDuo, Core 2Duo, Core2Quad, Core2 Extreme, Core2Duo E7x00, Core2Duo S Mobil
* + Intel Atom Z500, Z510, Z520, Z530, Z540, Atom Dual-Core
* + Core i7 (Bloomfield & Gainestown)
* + Am5x86, K5, Geode LX, K6, K6-2, K6-III, K6-2+, K6-III+, Athlon (4, XP, MP),
* + Duron, Sempron (K7/K8), Athlon 64, Athlon 64 X2, Turion, Opteron, Athlon FX,
* + Phenom , Phenom 45nm (Dened & Shanghai), AMD Black Editions
* + AMD Puma platform (Turion & Turion Ultra "Griffin")
* + AMD Athlon "Kuma"
* + AMD Phenom II
* + C3 (Samuel, Samuel2, Ezra, Ezra-T, Nehemiah), C7, C7-M, Nano (Isaiah)
* + Crusoe TM3200, TM5400, TM5500, TM5600, TM5800

* i430TX, i440LX, i440FX, i440BX/ZX, i810/E, i815/E/EP/EM, i840, i845, i845E, i845G, i850/E, i845PE/GE, E7205, E7500, E7520, i852, i855, i865P/PE/G, i875P, i915P/G, i915PM/GM, i925X/XE, i945P/PL/G/GZ, i945PM/GM/GT, i955X/XE, P965, Q965, G965, GL960/GM965/PM965, i975X, 5000X/P/Z, 5400A/B, P35, G33, G31, Q35, Q33, X38, X48, P45, X58
* Apollo VP3, Apollo Pro, Apollo Pro +, Apollo Pro 266, KX133, KT133(A), KT266(A), KT400(A), KT600, P4X266(A), PT880, PT880 Pro, K8T800, K8T890, K8T900, P4M800CE, P4M890, P4M900, CX700/VX700
* nForce, nForce2, nForce3, nForce4, nForce4 SLI Intel Edition, GeForce 6100/6150 (nForce 410/430), nForce 520/550/560/570/590, GeForce 7050/7100/7150, 650i, 680i, 750a/780a, 750i, 7770i, 780i, 790i, MCP79/7A
* RS350, RS400, RS480/RX480, RS482, RD580/RX580, RS600/RD600, RS690, RS700, RD790
* 645, 645DX, 648, 648FX, 649, 655FX, 655TX, 656, 662, 735, 756, 761GX, 760, 760GX, 755, 755FX, 741, 741GX, 671/FX/DX/MX
* AM-751, AM-761, AM-762 (760MP), 780G, 790GX/SB750
* SDR, RDRAM , DDR, DDR2, FB-DDR2, DDR3 type memory modules and all well-known brands.
* All PATA, SATA, SATA-Iii SCSI drives and drives with external USB-Firewire interfaces from all HDD manufacturers.
Graphic Cards
* Onboard Graphic Chipsets and all add-on cards using PCI, AGP, PCI-Express slots
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