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Early Look of Asus P6T Deluxe - Intel X58

Posted on Thursday, August 21 2008 @ 16:17:31 CEST by


Bit Tech had the opportunity to take a closer look at the ASUS P6T Deluxe motherboard, this board uses the new Intel X58 chipset and supports Nehalem. One of the cool things of this motherboard is the included OC Palm - a Windows Vista sideshow device that can be used as a real-time overclock controller and hardware monitor!
One key thing we are particularly excited about is the OC Palm that's essentially a Vista sideshow device (although it should work in XP too) that doubles as a real-time overclock controller and hardware monitor for your desktop - you don't have to sacrifice screen real estate and it will always be in view to warn if something goes out of sorts. This device isn't the first of its type - for those of you that can remember the Abit 3rd Eye hardware it was perhaps too far ahead of its time, however the OC Palm with its 2.4" LCD screen looks to have far more potential. We're clear on the "potential" part, because last time we used the ScreenDuo it turned out to be a big bag of crap. We hope there has been significant effort put into it this time around and there will be an SDK available for enterprising users help develop a few awesome applications.


Here's a look at the ASUS OC Palm:



Check it out over here.


 



 

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