Watch your PC work! Real time virtual computer shows your PC working. SyvirCom monitors the main hardware on your computer. The virtual reality simulations change in unison with changes on the systems motherboard.
The Motherboard is based on a ATX spec. board. The board includes all the chips that would be found on a basic PC. Data flow is simulated between all the main chips. The main processes of the motherboard are simulated. These simulate data transfer between the CPU and North Bridge hub through to Memory cards .
SyvirCom monitors the computers processor, as load changes are detected, the CPU to north bridge bus data lines turn red.
Simulates memory bus, data lines turn red when CPU reads/writes to memory.
When you click with computers mouse button SyvirCom simulates what is going on inside your computer, with SyvirCom you can see the path the data travels along on the virtual motherboard.
The virtual motherboard displays the data path a key press takes as it journeys to the computers CPU.
Hard Disk Simulates data being read/write from a IDE hard drive. Data is read/write from the hard drive and simulated through the South bridge to the North bridge into the CPU. This is simulated in real time when the computers hard disk has a read/write cycle(XP Only). SyvirCom simulates the heads moving on the virtual hard drive, as data moves through the controller the data lines turn to red.
AGP Graphics Card Simulates the operation of the Graphics card including on board memory, this simulation can optionally be included with the Motherboard simulations when the CPU updates the screen memory.
The motherboard can be rotated and moved, you can zoom in onto the motherboard to see simulations close up. SyvirCom is highly configurable you can set up the program to just monitor hard disk activity or key presses.
Link to SyvirCom Std. sample code
Date Added: May 29, 2007
Last check for an update: Apr 22, 2017
Last version date: May 07, 2007
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