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Old 20th September 2012, 08:39   #1
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Default MSIís exclusive free wireless overclocking software Command Center

MSI is happy to officially announce the release of its exclusive wireless overclocking software : MSI Command Center for iOS devices. MSI Command Center, which is now available in the Apple iTunes store, was developed by renowned software developer Nick Connors and MSI provide enthusiasts and professional overclockers with a tool that allows them to monitor, overclock, overvoltage and shut down their system wirelessly and it can also be used as a remote-control for mediaplayers. On MSIís new Z77 MPOWER users can easily directly control their overclocking settings thanks to the integrated Wi-Fi adapter. If you have any MSI X79 or Z77 series mainboard, check out MSI Command Center from Appleís iTunes store and hook it up to the latest version of MSI Control Center and enjoy the convenience of full remote-control of your PC.

MSI Command Center integrates the functionality of MSIís desktop Control Center software with mobile iOS devices. All settings can be adjusted on the fly, like CPU and memory frequencies, voltages and fan parameters. These settings can also be monitored directly through the Command Center app, so you always know whatís going on with your system and for diagnostics, complete system information is available like model numbers, and specifications of CPU, chipset, memory and BIOS versions. Additionally the MSI Command Center app offers system control functionality, from simple power on/off, clearing BIOS settings to acting like a professional remote-control for your mediaplayer software. MSI Command Center is a must-have tool for overclockers that want to have full system control during each second of their testing and benchmarking scenario.

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In the past 25 years, MSI always strived to provide products based on its core values Ė"Innovation" and "Style". The results are products with superior performance, trusted reliability, excellent user experience and expressive style. MSI mainboards and graphics cards are found among the top 3 in the world because of their great quality and maximum productivity. Our hard work have led us to become one of the finest brands in the industry with accumulated sales in more than 120 countries, 150 million mainboard users and 100 million graphics card users worldwide. MSI has won nearly 8,000 award recognitions from 350 media in 50 countries worldwide. MSI will continue to pioneer in the area of global consumer electronics technology with the needs of hardware enthusiasts, gamers and consumers at its core. For more information about MSI, go to
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