ROG Connect uses a special provided USB cable that runs from a specific ROG Connect USB port on the I/O panel of the motherboard and hooks up to another computer running Windows. ASUS, of course, had an Eee PC netbook running the ROG Connect “RC Tweak It” application and it operated just fine.
In the video we uploaded below, one of the product managers at ASUS started running 3DMark Vantage and then proceeded to mildly overclock the CPU via the Eee PC netbook. As you’ll see, you can also do other things such as monitor real-time current and voltages.
ASUS CES 2010 Preview - ROG Connect allows on-the-fly Overclocking :: TweakTown