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Old 05-29-2007, 04:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We havenít got the details on how it connects to the graphics card as yet, but the OCgear allows you to control the GPU speed on the fly. It also displays the GPU temperature, allows you to adjust the fan speed and displays how many FPS youíre getting. It also allows you to adjust the volume of your system, but itís unclear if this only works with Asus motherboards or any sound card or onboard solution.
Pretty cool, eh?
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is this just for adjusting the GPU and the fan? What about the CPU, Memory, case and HS fans?

That would be very cool....
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nice.....................
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is this just for adjusting the GPU and the fan? What about the CPU, Memory, case and HS fans?

That would be very cool....
I think it's best to leave the CPU, memory, and HS fans, to the BIOS. But I do think, it should control case fans. And I believe it's only for adjusting the GPU speed and fan speed. Also showing temperature and FPS.
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