Building on their Republic of Gamers (ROG) brand, Asus recently announced the OC Station, a hardware-based, bay-mounted device that will allow users access to a slew of overclocking parameters.
The OC Station will fill up two 5.25-inch bays, and will feature a 3-inch TFT-LED display on an adjustable faceplate (movable up to 30 degrees). There is also a large rotary switch on the front, which is where the real business will take place. Users will be able to adjust fan speeds, change system voltages and frequencies in real time – all without having to use the BIOS. It will also let users check out their system information and change ROG-exclusive settings such as CPU Level Up and the Asus EPU-6 Engine.
No word yet on pricing or availability. But, if you’re interested in this type of thing (and I know you are), check out a leaked gallery of pictures here.