We've seen a lot of repeated information and a gazillion different angled shots of ASUS' upcoming P6T Deluxe motherboard for the Core i7 (Nehalem) platform over the past couple months, but what we haven't seen before is this "OC Palm Edition", spotted over at DonanimHaber.
The obvious (and probably only) difference with this offering is the inclusion of the USB driven OC Palm device, which resembles a similarity to the appearance of typical hand-held PCs. What this device is said to do is allow on-the-fly overclocking via all the important system parameters that you would usually only have access to in the BIOS. The downside is that it's apparently handled by software rather than being a direct link to the BIOS itself.
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