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    Intel Desktop Control Center 1.3.0.63

    Now you have control over your desktop PC-- You can easily tune, customize, cool, stress, quiet, or test the system. With Intel® Desktop Control Center you can improve system stability, enhance performance, and control cooling and acoustic characteristics. Available only on performance and enthusiast Intel Desktop Boards, this dynamic application allows you to do more with your desktop board than ever before.

    Intel Desktop Control Center enables you to perform stress tests to verify system stability and to conduct performance testing to measure the impact of system configuration changes. The easy-to-read system gauges provide feedback so you can observe the effects of various system modifications in real-time.

    This easy-to-use console dynamically displays temperatures, speed, and usage percentages, allowing you to verify system stability and check performance gains without rebooting into the BIOS. And once you have tuned the system to your liking, the settings can be stored as presets so you can quicly shift gears between "quiet operation" and "gaming mode".

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    thanks bb...will try...one question though...i wont screw up my system will i? given i dont know one thing about modding and all...

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    Seems pretty cool for anyone with the correct mother board. On the "Boards" tab there is a MB ID app that you can run showing what model Intel board you have.

    Thanks Boogs

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    Yep you have to have a supported INTEL motherboard. It shouldn't screw up your system. As always use caution when using "tweaking" software. Take it one step at a time. And don't push it to the limit. Read the readme and any info files as well.

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    This does look promising, however, I would be careful with it for newish people, as the readme is quite lengthy... also, it does seem quite restrictive in the boards it supports... for the future it will be quite good, especially with the price drop for 915 chips at Xmas time

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