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jay51 September 12, 2010 11:44 PM

ROG Connect on iphone and ipad now available!
 
ROG Connect on iphone and ipad now available!
Quote:

ROG Connect on your ipad or iphone is now available for you to download! works on all ROG motherboards that support bluetooth ROG connect!


http://itunes.apple.com/app/rog-idir...389745899?mt=8

FEATURES:

Overclocking: Allows to overclock your PC on-the-fly on iPhone/iPad. This feature gives you the access to all turning and tweaking options required for overclocking.

Hardware Monitor: Real-time monitor system information, critical parts temperatures, voltages, frequencies, and fan speeds on your PC.

Remote Control: Remote access to restart and forced shut down your PC
....and if you need to overclock your PC, there's an app for that :bleh:

lowfat September 24, 2010 10:30 AM

The software is complete garbage. I've yet to see this work for anyone.

sswilson September 24, 2010 11:19 AM

I found the monitor function handy while stress testing. It gave me an idea of what temps were like when a system crashed. (Although, that was on PC, not an apple product).

The remote control also seemed to work fine as well.

_dangtx_ September 24, 2010 12:13 PM

nice. would you take this over cloud oc?

sswilson September 24, 2010 12:50 PM

I never liked the idea of the cloud oc in the first place. Last thing I'm interested in is opening up my PC to external control from outside my internal network. ;)

edit: Especially opening it up to external control down to the bios level..... ;)

lowfat September 24, 2010 05:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by sswilson (Post 432416)
I found the monitor function handy while stress testing. It gave me an idea of what temps were like when a system crashed. (Although, that was on PC, not an apple product).

The remote control also seemed to work fine as well.

You actually were able to get an iPhone/Ipod/Ipad to connect to it? I have yet to find any one any to get it to work, including me.

EDIT: I would have much preferred if Asus just invested $1 in each board to throw a diagnostic LCB on the PCB instead of silly software like this.


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