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ABIT, one of the world’s leading maker of mainboards and graphics cards geared towards enthusiasts, said Thursday it would manufacture a special gadget that will allow to control and monitor the state of personal computers with the company’s platforms inside.

The forthcoming uGuru Clock device is an addendum to ABIT’s uGuru technology introduced last year. The uGuru monitors, overclocks and smartly manages system performance providing customers more comfort and speed. The uGuru Clock will permit customers to dynamically adjust system’s performance by setting special presets, such as “Turbo”, “Quiet”, “Normal”, etc directly from their favorite games or applications without need to run additional utilities or reboot the PC. Besides that, the uGuru Clock will show hardware temperatures, fan speeds as well as monitor incoming MSN or e-mail events.

The uGuruClock gadget will connect via USB bus and is compatible with the company’s latest and upcoming mainboards for Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 processors, including AA8, AG8, AV8, AS8, KV8-Pro products. Besides, ABIT is likely to offer the uGuru Clock bundled with special incarnations of its mainboards: AA8-3rd Eye, AG8-3rd Eye, AV8-3rd Eye.

The first mainboards with uGuru Clock are expected to emerge in the market late this month or in early July.

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