HWBOT Hosts ‘Performance Matters – Multicore Madness Moscow’ Event – 48 Cores, 96 Threads and lots of LN2

HWBOT Joins Intel, ASUS, Seasonic and HyperX, Showcasing the Outstanding Performance of the Latest Multi-Core Intel® Core™i9 7980XE Extreme Edition Processor

September 25th, 2017 – HWBOT, an organization regulating international overclocking competitions and rankings today announces the ‘Performance Matters – Multicore Madness Moscow’ event. Showcasing the latest Intel® Core™-X series processors, including the latest Intel® Core™ i9-7980XE Extreme Edition processor, HWBOT and partners offer media and press partners the exclusive opportunity of seeing the latest multicore processors pushed to record breaking performance levels in a live setting.

The headline performer of the event will be the forthcoming Intel® Core™ i9-7980XE Extreme Edition processor, the first ever consumer processor with 18 CPU cores and 36 workload threads. With copious amounts of Liquid Nitrogen on hand, we invite media to witness Multicore Performance, like you have never seen before.

“Building on the enormous success of previous Performance Matters events on this year’s HWBOT World Tour, it’s fantastic to again have the opportunity to work with partners Intel to showcase the latest High-End Desktop platform products”, commented Pieter-Jan Plaisier, Director at HWBOT. “We are excited to see today’s high performance systems pack more CPU cores than ever before, bringing unprecedented performance to a mainstream consumer audience.”

“The ROG brand is all about breaking boundaries and pushing performance to the maximum,” commented Vlad Zakharov, ROG Marketing Director Russia, ASUS ROG. “Events like this vindicate our commitment to ensuring ROG motherboards offer gamers, enthusiasts and overclockers the ultimate multi-core-driven, high-performance experience.”

Performance Matters – Multicore Madness Moscow: September 30th, 8.30pm – 11.30pm

HWBOT and partners invite East European media to a showcase of true multicore PC performance. Visitors will witness three Extreme Overclocking stations, each manned by one of Europe’s Elite overclockers. The latest Intel® Core™ i9 processors featuring the power of 18-core, 16-core and 14-core processing will be demonstrated using extreme, sub-zero cooling. The liquid nitrogen will flow, the records will tumble.

Multicore Madness Moscow: Overclocking Stations

Smoke (Russia)

  • Intel® Core™ i9-7980XE Extreme Edition (18-core)

BenchBros (Germany)

  • Intel® Core™ i9-7960X (16-core)

Wizerty (France)

  • Intel® Core™ i9-7940X (14-core)

Other Key Hardware Components

All three Overclocking stations will use the following hardware components, provided by event partners ASUS, HyperX and Seasonic

  • ASUS ROG Rampage VI Apex Motherboards
  • HyperX Predator DDR4 Memory
  • HyperX Savage SSDs
  • Seasonic PRIME 1200W Power Supplies

Multicore Madness Moscow: Event Live Stream

International media and press who are unable to attend the event will be able to tune in to a live stream broadcast courtesy of media partners OverClocking-TV. Coverage of the event will begin at around 9pm local time (UTC+3) with commentary plus footage of each overclocking station as the action heats up.

Catch the live stream on the OverClocking-TV TwitchTV channel here:


Event Location

Bibliiteka – Internet Lounge and Club

Novinskiy boulevard, д. 8, Moskva, Russia, 119002


Press Contact

Maximilien de Léséleuc


Phone: +49 40 210 91 16 15

Cell: +49 160 711 722 0

Email: hwbot@technikpr.com

Web: www.technikpr.de

About the HWBOT World Tour 2017

The HWBOT World Tour 2017 is a series of overclocking events held at various locations around the world throughout the year. With eleven events scheduled across five continents around the world, it’s the largest Overclocking venture ever organized. The aim of each event is to promote the concept of competitive overclocking. Each stop provides a relaxed social environment for overclockers to learn, share and compete. To help nurture the next generation of overclockers, the HWBOT World Tour provides open overclocking workshops where first timers can learn simple tricks and tweaks that can improve their PC’s performance. Once they have learned the basics they can also compete for prizes.

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