EVGA Launches External Overclocking Controller
By Cássio Lima on December 17, 2009 - 9:54 PM


EVGA has presented an external overclocking controller called EVBot specially designed to be used with some of their products. With this device it is possible to change and monitor several overclocking options (like processor voltage and clock, temperature etc) on-the-fly without entering the BIOS Setup. EVBot doesn't require any software and can be connected to a maximum of four EVGA products. Below you can see a list of EVGA cards compatible with EVBot.

EVBot has a suggested price of USD 99, but on EVGA’s store it is sold for USD 79.

EVGA EVBot
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EVGA EVBot
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EVGA EVBot
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