Lavalys Release Everest version 5

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Lavalys EVEREST Version 5 Available

LavalysLavalys have announced the availability of version 5 of its EVEREST products which includes the popular diagnostic and benchmarking tool EVEREST Ultimate Edition and the widely used asset management and network monitoring solution, EVEREST Corporate Edition.

EVEREST 5 contains many improvements to the existing feature set in response to feedback from the large user base. Alongside these is support for all the latest hardware, which brings to the total amount of supported devices past the 85,000 mark.

The major new features and enhancements are as follows : 

Operating system and system configuration information for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 family. Fixed auto-load at startup feature under Windows Vista and Windows 7.

Full diagnostics, benchmarks and measurements for the Intel Core i7, Xeon Nehalem, Intel Atom and AMD Phenom II processors.

New alerting system that can trigger on over-voltage, voltage drop, cooling fan failure and overheating and notify the user via pop-up windows, e-mail, or shutting the system down.

Support for all the latest GPUs, including the ATI Radeon HD4xxx series, nVidia GeForce GTX 285 and GTX 295 and the S3 Chrome 530 GT. The OpenGL test has been updated to test compliance with OpenGL 3.0.

Available to buy now at $34.95 for the Ultimate Edition.

View the release at Lavalys

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02-02-2009, 05:42:39


Here's my problem. Yesterday I found that my right speaker of my 5.1 surround sound system was persistently kept clicking, very rapidly. I plugged in my headset and found that the right speaker in those also makes the same noise, and any type of speaker I use does the same thing, in the right. I think it's something to do with the line-in jack because I was tampering with it before the sound started. Out of curiosity, I plugged my ipod into the line-in, and then the music replaced the clicking. Also the clicking/music/whatever's volume is in sync with the volume I've set, so the only way I get no clicking is by muting the master volume. I've done the normal stuff like disabling and enabling various sound things and un/reinstalling drivers etc. but the problem persists. Any help would be appreciated!


02-02-2009, 06:58:52

Could be hardware failure, but first, open the FULL volume mixer, mute everything in playback but the output (front, center, back, sub) then go to recording and mute what can be muted there or set to the lowest possible value if it cannot be muted.

Then try again. The input/recording circuitry is very sensible to RF inside a computer case and picks up everything. If it's muted or at a very low level the RF recorded interference should go down.

02-02-2009, 07:26:06

Thanks Sihastru! You didn't actually solve my problem directly, but on the muting in/outs step, I found a line-in mute!
... I feel pretty dumb right now :P

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