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Thursday, 30 June 2011 12:08

MSI's Afterburner for Android phones coming

Written by Nedim Hadzic
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Control your GPU via phone
It was announced that MSI's wireless GPU control utility, which will comfortably run off of Android phones, is coming soon.

MSI’s app will is said to complement rather than replace the company’s app Afterburner. It will allow for monitoring the temperature of your graphics card and overclocking/downclocking of the GPU on the fly.

Apparently, the phone and computer will have to be connected to the same wireless network. All in all it promises to be fun. Well, for a few hours at least.

More here.


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