Guesswho 10:28 23 Jun 2005

Hi. Does anyone have an opinion about the usefulness of SiSoftSandra?

  Indigo 1 12:13 23 Jun 2005

Very useful for me.

  garrema 13:22 23 Jun 2005


  spuds 15:19 23 Jun 2005

It's okay, if all the modules are installed and working.

Personally I had it on trial, but uninstalled it.It's a programme that you are either going to like or not like, depending what you want from it.

  skeletal 17:33 23 Jun 2005

Like many tools, it can be useful, but you may not use it all the time unless you are forever "playing" with computer settings.

I would say it's one of the better tools but like spuds says, you may want to have all the modules for the greatest versatility.

I was going to recommend you try the free version, but a quick look at their site seems to suggest you can't get that any more.


  dagwoood 18:32 23 Jun 2005

You can download the SiSoft Sandra 2005 Guru3D. com edition from here click here .

This is a free version, so it obviously doesn't have the full functionality of the retail versions.

  dagwoood 18:35 23 Jun 2005

The above link doesn't work for some reason, try this click here

  dagwoood 18:42 23 Jun 2005

Don't know why, but when I post the link from this site I keep getting an error page :(

If it's not just me, here's the url:

http: //

Paste the above into your address bar, but remove the spaces either side the forward slashes.

  bremner 19:56 23 Jun 2005

Sandra is very comprehensive and provides masses of detail.

It does howvever have the tendancy at times to find fault where there is none.

  Guesswho 21:13 23 Jun 2005

Thanks all. Good to have your thoughts.

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