The GPU password recovery you know and love, now on the new NVIDIA 6XX cards
For Immediate Publication
June 2012. The lost password recovery specialists at Passcovery Co. Ltd., developer of the AccentPR product line, have announced an update to their entire range of software for GPU-accelerated password recovery: AccentOPR 7.1, AccentRPR 2.1, and AccentZPR 4.1.
The flagship addition to Accent Password Recovery, which supports GPU calculations for quicker recovery times, is compatibility with the latest NVIDIA video cards.
All three new products offer full support for the entire NVIDIA 6XX line, enabling them to work flawlessly on all recent AMD and NVIDIA video cards.
GPU support is critical for effective password recovery. By enabling video card computations, password search speed jumps by up to 40 times compared to CPUs alone.
GPU acceleration is used to recover passwords for files of the following formats:
Users are invited to try out the new versions of AccentPR for themselves. The AccentSoft download page offers a free demo version compatible with all major versions of Windows. License costs vary based on the program and number of supported video cards.
Passcovery Co. Ltd. supplies high-speed, professional software solutions for recovering lost passwords. The first versions of these solutions were released in 1999. Today, the company’s software is successfully used by law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and private individuals around the world.
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