EVGA Readies Analog CPU Speed Meter

Geeky, freaky or plain useless?

EVGA is known for several of its wacky accessories for overclockers using its motherboards. It's living up to its reputation with its latest one: an analog CPU clock-speed meter. 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. So there it is, another means for you to show some momentary love to EVGA.


United States lesstutrey says:

should have gone to 7, 8, or 9 even.

Czech Republic froxic says:

Yep, Values between 1-6GHz :-( It could be 1-10GHz with colored gauge like 1-3GHz - GREEN, 3-5 ORANGE, more than 5 RED. Like in cars

TaPaKaH says:

looks more like a rectal thermometer with eVGA logo

Russian Federation Antinomy says:

They're beginning to steal innovations developed by enthusiasts! :D http://people.overclockers.ru/clear66/record52

K404 says:

I would use that once. Just to OC from 2GHz to 5GHz and watch the scale rise. Might be vaguely interesting with high-turbo CPUs.

Belgium HybridChiller says:

nice for in casemods, i whant one lol

Austria oanvoanc says:

cpuz Looks so 2010 now :D

Greece crio says:

So so useless....:(

kikicoco1334 says:

yeah they need more than just 6 FOR REAL!

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