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You already knew that our Chinese brethren were tearin' it up at Computex 2007, but this one is of particular interest here in the US. Turns out that Asus' OCgear overclocking module actually doesn't have a graphics card integrated in, rather, it's simply an extra peripheral that will connect up to

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June 6, 2007 at 6:58PM
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Turn that GPU up to 11 son, ASUS is prepped to unveil their OCgear overclocking kit at Computex next week. The new 8600 GT card slips into a 5.25-inch PC drive bay for a quick twiddle of your GPU speed -- just like their external XG Station for laptops. It also provides adjustment to the fan speed

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