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Is ASUS Cheating?

Posted on Tuesday, October 17 2006 @ 07:12:22 CEST by

In the past, many accusations have been raised towards ASUS. Many websites and even competitors have complained about their “PEG Link Mode” feature that actually overclocks the user’s graphics card without their knowledge. Adrian Wong wrote an article about their trick, and even Gigabyte has mentioned this issue in the past. In my opinion, this is a very dirty move and may cause stability/warranty issues. Overclocking is fun – but only when the user is aware of it. However, “PEG Link Mode” is not the reason for this article; NGO HQ has discovered something else..
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