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Shuttle Computer recently released its XPC Tools software suite that permits end-users to get total control over their Shuttle XPC cube-like computers. The software allows to monitor system performance, adjust fan speeds, and dynamically overclock microprocessors and memory without the need to reboot the system.

“XPC Tools gives you complete control over your XPC. Safely and instantly increase bus speeds and voltages for extreme performance and stability when gaming, or configure optimal Smart Fan settings to keep your XPC ‘Super Quiet, Super Cool’ while you watch movies or work. XPC Tools’ versatile profiles system allows you to create, save and load customized settings for any use or activity,” explained Troy Yang, Product Manager.

Compatible with numerous XPC computers, XPC Tools allows to increase bus speeds and voltages for additional speed in demanding games, It also provides an array of preset settings for easy operation.

XPC Tools also adds features to XPC systems with Shuttle’s front-panel display accessory, allowing users to configure it to show a range of useful information including system temperatures, fan speeds, and even a customizable message.

Shuttle’s XPC Tools is offered free to XPC owners around the world.

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