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ASUS preps ROG External Power Card for overclockers

Posted on Tuesday, December 23 2014 @ 14:36:41 CET by


ASUS is working on the ROG External Power Card, a new product designed to compete with EVGA's EPower Board 2.0 and Gigabyte's G-Powerboard. The ROG External Power Card is basically an external VRM module with 8-phase power to improve your overclocking performance. Pricing and availability is unknown.
ASUS Power Card Main features
  • Single 8-phase output
  • Output voltage 0-2.5V
  • Output current up to 500A
  • On-board voltage control/monitoring
  • 6x Hotwire connectors for auxillary VRM’s
  • Firmware upgradable

    Current functionality (FW v0002)
  • Output voltage setting/monitoring
  • Output voltage offset switches (+0.4V, +0.3V, +0.2V, +0.1V)
  • Safety switch (limits output voltage to maximum 1.4V)
  • Output current monitoring
  • VRM temperature monitoring
  • Load-line calibration (0%, 60%, 80%, 100%)
  • Hotwire setting/monitoring

    Upcoming features
  • Profiles (save/load)
  • Auxillary output voltage sense
  • ASUS ROG External Power Card

    Source: Legit Reviews



     



     

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