Mulhacen Suite Who am I? I'm a student of the University of Salamanca (Spain) who is finishing his Degree in Computer Science. Mulhacen Suite is my Final Degree Project. It will be submitted the 4th of September but I will continue improving it and adding further features if the community reaction is positive and I feel the application is useful. What is? Mulhacen Suite is a hardware monitoring tool that includes the following features: - Shows CPU, RAM, Motherboard, GPU, HDDs, OS... useful information - Includes CPU temperatures (package and per core), VID, multiple frequency readings, current power consumption... - Allows ATI users to Overclock their GPUs and change Fan Speed - Benchmarks: CPU Single-Threaded and Multi-Threaded. GPU OpenGL Triangle Generation - Online Platform: Web Server where an user can upload benchmark scores from the application itself and check rankings. It also supports remote monitoring, so you can check relevant information out of home FAQ Will it be free? * Yes, it will be completely free Why is there no nVIDIA Overclocking support? * My last nVIDIA GPU was a GTX 295 and it's fried, so I have no nVIDIA GPUs to test their API with. Anyways, I would like to add this option in the future. Why are there up to three different frequency values? * The RdTSC frequency is read from the Time Stamp Counter Register. It has been the standard until the birth of dynamic frequency scaling (TurboBoost, C1E...) * The % cycle frequency is read from MPERF Model Specific Register. It should show a value between the idle frequency and the full load frequency. The application requires to be run as administrator because getting this value needs a Ring0 driver to be loaded. * The MSR frequency is calculated by multiplying the bus clock times the multiplier read on IA32_PERF_STATUS MSR. It also requires the application to be executed as an administrator. Why is Google Chrome reporting it as malicious software? * I don't know at all. It has been reporting that since I added msvcr100d.dll to the .exe folder. This dll is a Visual C++ 2010 library, signed by Microsoft, and it's required to run the MPI (CPU: Prime) benchmark. If you code in C++ with Visual Studio, you will have it stored on /Windows/system32/ or /Windows/SysWOW64/ folder, but since most people don't code, I added the dll to ensure it works in every computer. Anyways, you can check the VirusTotal scan below. Which language has it been developed? * It has been developed in C/C++ and Assembly, using the Qt Framework. Future Features (after Sep 4th) - nVIDIA Overclocking Support - Stability Tester - More benchmarks Where can I download it? You can check the website here! Latest Release: Beta v1.0 Any feedback (suggestions, advices, problems, errors...) will be appreaciated You can post your feedback here, or mentioning @MulhacenSuite on Twitter.