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Eurocom Adds XTU and XMP Support to its Panther 2.0 Notebook

By DE Editors

The new Eurocom Panther 2.0 uses Intel XTU and XMP technology to increase the frequency of memory and processors for extreme performance. 

Intel’s XTU (eXtreme Tuning Utility) is an application that allows for manual performance tuning, stress testing and system monitoring.  XMP (eXtreme Memory Profile) allows for manual tuning of frequency, latency and voltage parameters of memory. 

The benefit of XTU and XMP to Eurocom customers is that it gives them the ability to customize their memory and processor to offer the best performance for their needs, whatever they may be.  With predefined memory optimizations built into Intel XMP, overclocking on the Panther 2.0 is easy, according to Eurocom.  A user no longer is required to manually customize their Eurocom notebook; XTU and XMP offer simplified processor and memory overclocking to optimize performance. 

When running XTU, a user can monitor information regarding the underlying system. The interface is laid out to allow for easy adjustment of tune parameters.   XTU also features an auto tuning capability that offers multiple levels for voltage settings.

For more information, visit Eurocom.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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