Today we are very pleased to to be able to confirm the prizes that we and our partners have lined up for the forthcoming HWBOT World Tour visit to Montreal next month. For the Montreal 2017 event partners Seasonic and Alphacool have agreed to contribute some awesome prizes for the Ambient Contest and the Overclocking World Championship contest, making things that bit more inciting and rewarding for attendees and competitors at the event. Intel have also agreed to contribute some hardware, including an upcoming Intel Core X-series chip. Read on for all the details:
Today we are very happy to announce the winners of the Cape Town 2017 Challenge Giveaway contest. In celebration of the fifth HWBOT World Tour stop of the year in Cape Town, South Africa we teamed with partners Seasonic and Corsair to bring you a fantastic opportunity to win some great prizes. It all kicked off on July 21st, with HWBOT fans and social media followers asked to click the link below to enter the Cape Town 2017 Challenge. The contest was essentially a Giveaway where the more social media actions you completed, the better chance you had to win.
Today we bring some more news regarding tickets for the HWBOT World Tour tickets, this time announcing the availability of tickets for the OCWC Montreal 2017 contest that’s happening at DreamHack 2017 next month. The HWBOT World Tour rolls in to town for DreamHack Montreal, one of the biggest tech shows in North America. As with all HWBOT World events, the 2nd US leg will include OC workshops and an Ambient contests for DreamHack attendees, and crucially, an extreme overclocking contest in the form of the Overclocking Worlds Championship Montreal Qualifier contest. Win that baby, and you’re on your way to Berlin for the OCWC Final at the end of the year.
The HWBOT World Tour returns to Canada, this time visiting Montreal for DreamHack 2017 on September 2nd -6th. As well as Overclocking workshops for attending gamers and enthusiasts, the event will feature plenty of competitive extreme overclocking in the form of an Overclocking World Championship Montreal 2017 Qualifier. Today we bring you confirmation of the overall structure and rules that will used in the contest and the hardware and benchmarks that will be involved.
Today we can officially announce that the Montreal 2017 event will replace Seattle 2017 as the second North American leg of the HWBOT World Tour this year. Our original plan was to have two dates in North America in 2017. Unfortunately due to a number of logistical reasons we will not be attending PAX West next month. We extend our apologies to anyone who planned to join us in Seattle. Although this is disappointing, the good news today is that we can confirm that we have lined up DreamHack Montreal as an alternative for N.American overclockers. Read on for details regarding the Montreal 2017 event:
Just a few days ago the HWBOT World Tour rolled into town in Cape Town for EGE (Electronics & Gamers Expo), one of the biggest tech and gaming events in South Africa. As with all World Tour event the mission was to spread the love of Overclocking, exposing gamers and enthusiasts at the show to both competitive Extreme Overclocking with LN2 and the more everyday style Ambient Overclocking that everyone can try with their PC at home. Today we bring the full photo album from Cape Town 2017. All credits for the pictures go to the guys from OverClocking-TV – Creative Common 4.0 – BY-NC-SA
The HWBOT World Tour landed in Cape Town, South Africa last weekend, hosting OC Workshops and contests for gamers and enthusiasts attending Electronics & Gaming Expo (EGE), one of the largest gaming events in the country. As part of the event HWBOT also hosted the Cape Town 2017 Ambient contest, a contest where local Rookie and Novice class overclockers competed on Ambient cooled systems with prizes from our partners provided for the winners. At the end of three days of competitive ambient overclocking, our contest Champion is an Overclocker that uses the handle 21builds. Let’s take a look at the contest structure, the scores and matches in a little more detail:
The fifth Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest of the year came to a close yesterday during the Cape Town 2017 leg of the HWBOT World Tour. Four of South Africa’s biggest hitters went head to head in a series of 1v1 matches with DrWeez, South Africa’s No.2 overclocker taking the win. Let’s take a look at the scores results of the contest in a little detail:
In celebration of the fifth HWBOT World Tour stop of the year in Cape Town, South Africa we have teamed with partners Seasonic and Corsair to bring you a fantastic opportunity to win some great prizes. Kicking off on July 21st, all you have to do use the link below to enter the Cape Town 2017 Challenge. It’s basically a Giveaway where the more social media actions you complete, the more chance you to win.
Cape Town 2017 Event to Bring Overclocking Workshops and Extreme OC Contests to South African Gamers
July 12, 2017, Taipei, Taiwan – HWBOT, an organization regulating international Overclocking competitions and rankings, today officially announces its involvement at the Electronics & Gaming Expo (EGE) event in Cape Town, South Africa. HWBOT will host Overclocking Workshops for gamers and enthusiasts at the show, an Overclockers Gathering plus some seriously competitive Extreme Overclocking with the OCWC Cape Town 2017 Qualifier contest.