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Thursday, 17 December 2009 13:22

EVGA officially rolls out the EVBot

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Overclocking on-the-fly


EVGA has officially announced and launched its EVBot, overclocking and monitoring hardware device that is compatible with certain EVGA motherboards and graphics cards.

This little device offers on-the-fly overclocking, tweaking and voltage adjustments as well as temperature monitoring without the use of any drivers. EVGA has announced that it supports X58 Classified, Classified 4-Way, P55 Classified motherboards as well as P55 FTW 200 and P55 FTW motherboards. The only graphics card that is supported so far is the EVGA GTX 285 Classified as it is the only one that currently has the proprietary connector for the EVBot.

The EVBot has a US $99.99 price tag but it is currently available at EVGA shop for US $79.99 for a limited time. So if overclocking is your game and you have one of the mentioned motherboards or graphics cards then EVBot sounds like a great little thing to have around.

You can find it here.

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