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EVGA shows off analog CPU speed meter

Posted on Saturday, January 08 2011 @ 18:08:18 CET by


EVGA presents its Analog CPU Speed Meter at CES 2011. The speed dial indicates your processor's clockspeed, it uses a GHz scale that starts at 1GHz and ends at 6GHz. Might be a nice addition to a steampunk case mod.
By the looks of it, the device fits onto the case with its dial facing the user, latched onto the case using the side-panel screw. It connects to the system probably over the EVBot interface. Another possibility is that the device connects to the motherboard over USB (front-panel) headers. The meter's dial uses a GHz scale with starting unit at 1 GHz, going up to 6 GHz, with no distinct divisions between.


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