OC Panel

Overclocking command center
  • OC Panel - Overclocking Command Center
  • Subzero Sense - Find out how cold your board is
  • VGA Hotwire - Hotwire your system
  • EXTREME Mode for subzero OC benching
  • NORMAL Mode for in-chassis usage
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    OC Panel

    Overclocking command center

    Get your hands on real-time system monitoring and tweaking in two modes. Normal Mode has OC Panel inside the case, while in Extreme Mode it works as an external console. For both, its clear 2.6” display keeps you fully informed and in control of maximum available power.


    OC Panel Normal Mode

    Easy system monitoring and boosting

    Install OC Panel in your PC case easily, as it fits any 5.25” drive bay. When used this way, it operates in Normal Mode, perfect for hardcore gaming and standard overclocking. It shows dynamic CPU temps, ratios, base clocks, and fan RPM info. You can also use one-click instant CPU Level Up, which has two speed boost presets. For cooling, select Turbo, Standard, and Silent CPU fan modes as needed.


    OC Panel Extreme Mode

    Overclocking made this easy

    OC Panel can be used as an external overclocking console, integrating many overclocker-appreciated hardcore features. These include Subzero Sense, VGA SMB, VGA Hotwire, four 4-pin fan headers, Slow Mode, Pause Switch, and multiple parameter tuning. All settings adjustable real-time and quickly applied through easy-reach control buttons.



    Integrated Subzero Sense and VGA Hotwire give you super-cool liquid thermal temp readings and field access to streamlined hardware-level GPU overvolting right on the 2.6” display. Easily read current values and set targets on-the-fly, so power comes easy!


    * Extreme Mode capabilities, including V1, V2, DRAM and other voltage definitions, vary by chipset. Please refer to your motherboard manual for details.


    OC Panel easy setup

    Works in just a few steps

    In both Normal and Extreme Modes, OC Panel is super-easy to install. Start enjoying its amazing capabilities with a few simple steps.


    Compatible Models

    Chipset Motherboard Model Full Function Partial Function Remark
    Intel Z87
    Maximus VI Extreme
    V
    *V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache;

    Intel Z87
    Maximus VI Formula
    V
    *V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache

    Intel Z87
    Maximus VI Gene
    V
    *V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache

    Intel Z87
    Maximus VI Hero
    V
    V2, Vcore tuning, LN2 mode,
    Slow Mode are not supported.

    Intel Z87
    Maximus VI Impact
    V
    *V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache

    Intel X79 Rampage IV Black Edition
    V
    *V1=VTT_CPU; V2=DRAM_AB; DRAM=DRAM_CD

    Intel Z97 Maximus VII Formula V   *Firmware 0402 or later required
    **V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache

    Intel Z97 Maximus VII Gene V   *Firmware 0402 or later required
    **V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache

    Intel Z97 Maximus VII Hero   V *Firmware 0402 or later required
    **V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache
    ***Supports Normal Mode and DRAM, BCLK, Ratio, VGA Hotwire on Extreme Mode

    Intel Z97 Maximus VII Impact V   *Firmware 0402 or later required
    **V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache

    Intel Z97 Maximus VII Ranger   V *Firmware 0402 or later required
    **V1=Vccin; V2=Vcache
    ***Supports Normal Mode and BCLK, Ratio, VGA Hotwire on Extreme Mode

    Intel X99 Rampage V Extreme V   *Firmware 0501 or later required
    **V1=Vccin; V2=DRAM_AB; DRAM=DRAM_CD

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