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    Computex 2K5:: ABIT ring the changes with Guru Clock

    Utilizing the Guru chip and connector on ABIT Guru mainboards, the Guru Clock lets you adjust overclocking settings on the fly without leaving the game or app you’re already in. Using a set of hot buttons located on the clock, you can ramp your system up, make and take Skype calls and monitor your hardware all on the fly and see it all displayed on the 4 x 7cm LCD screen.

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    But does μGuru work with Linux yet? or are Abit keeping the specs for the chip locked in an ivory tower in case those dirty hippies try and get ahold of it

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    Yes, it does, all you ned is a small tweak, according to one of the ABIT engineers and you'll be up and running.

    So ABIT have finally realised that those dirty hippies are actually loaded and are either just pretending to be broke or are too tight to buy a proper OS!
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