If you are one of the lucky ones having both an Android phone and graphics cards from MSI (TPE:2377) now you can monitor and overclock your cards remotely – and wirelessly from your mobile phone.
MSI has ported its popular Afterburner application from Windows to Android – you no longer have to get your fingers dirty on a real keyboard.
The Android overclocking utility was co-developed by MSI and well-known software programmer Nick Connors. The new Afterburner utility allows the Android-based smartphones and tablets to adjust or monitor Afterburner settings on PC over a Wi-Fi connection. In addition to monitoring the temperature, voltage and fan speed, the utility can also be used for overclocking and overvoltaging.
Now, if only they would develop a utility that could actually overclock your smartphone…S|A
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