Friday, January 21, 2011

What do you get when you give an overclocker freedom to design a new OC board?

Cookie’s been busy and I hear he’s expecting a new bun out of the oven or did they say a board of some kind?!? She is matte black (hmm or white?!?) with orange stripes and some unusual looking features.


Wait, where’s the rest of the I/O panel? Some of you know this board as the new “orange OC board” but in fact her real name is X58A-OC. I can’t wait to show you more of this board that’s designed by overclockers for overclockers. Stay tuned!

Winking smile Open-mouthed smile


  1. So this is why Hicookie sleeps on the couch these days... :-) He has a new honey.

  2. It's too loaded .. drop the audio connectors :D

  3. PS2 for what ? No need, every1 has a usb mouse and keyboard around, drop them; i`d even drop the lan connector, since a wireless router is always around.

  4. i still use PS2 so its staying :D:D:D:D j/k. lots of guys still use PS2 mate for benching ;)

  5. The CPU continually needs to ping a USB mouse/keyboard to see if it needs to do something whereas this is not the case with a PS2 mouse/keyboard. From an OC perspective, less interference with the CPU is better, so many overclockers still prefer PS2 ports.


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