At the Computex in Taiwan Asus is said to introduce the OC Station. The product of the Republic for Gamers series is intended for overclockers.
Erste Bilder des Asus OC Controllers (12) [Source: view picture gallery]
The OC Station from Asus is a console that is supposed to make overclocking easier and allows the user to observe motherboards of the Republic of Gamers series. Placed in two 5.25 inch drive bays the ROG OC Controller offers a 3 inch display and easy to use controls. To grant better visibility on the display it can be swung upwards by up to 30 degrees. With a control dial the user can adjust the features and settings. Asus mentions the supervising of voltages, clock speeds and temperatures but also overclocking of the motherboard components.
On the rear side there is the 4-pin Molex power connector and the data link. Furthermore there are connectors for three 3-pin fan that can also be controlled with the OC Station.
Neither a price nor a release date has been announced up to now, but more details are expected around Computex or fall 2009 at the latest. Until then you can pass the time with the pictures from Xfastest.com
which you can find in our gallery.
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