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Monday, 20 July 2009 11:50

MSI shows more OC Genie action

Written by Slobodan Simic

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MOA 2009: Controlled by OC Dashboard


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already wrote about MSI´s new OC Genie that will be featured on the upcoming P55 series motherboards, and the new info about it is the external device called the OC Dashboard.

We were actually wondered about that as we didn´t like the idea that you have to open your case in order to reach for those plus and minus buttons for clock and voltage adjustments.

Thankfully, MSI´s P55 series motherboards will come with the OC Dashboard, a small external device that lets you easily adjust the clock speeds, voltages, and it acts as a debug port when the system is in booting state and it shows all the system information. All of the adjustments are done in real time, and MSI had a neat presentation of what its new OC Genie and OC Dashboard can do.

The device itself looks useful and we are sure that it will come in handy while doing some casual overclocking. Here are some pictures from the presentation.

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