Today we happy to be able to officially announce more important details regarding the forthcoming Overclocking World Championship Final 2017. As you may well be aware, the contest will take place at Caseking HQ in Berlin, Germany on December 9th and 10th and is the climax of a year-long campaign to discover this year’s Overclocking World Champion. Today we are confirming the hardware that will be used in the contest, plus the overall structure and rules in place.
The HWBOT World Tour embarks on its first trip down under in just over a week from today. From an extreme overclocking perspective the highlight of the event will be the Melbourne 2017 Overclocking World Championship (OCWC) Qualifier contest. It will see the region’s top extreme overclockers compete for the chance to attend the OCWC Finals which will take place in Berlin, in December. Today we can bring you an update which confirms the hardware that will used, the format that will be employed and the benchmarks and other rules that will be used.
Right now we are just a week or so away from the Taipei II 2017 event which will take place outside the iconic Taipei Computer Market here in Taiwan. Today we can confirm the rules and contest for the Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest that will take center stage at the event. The OCWC Taipei II 2017 Qualifier is of course an Extreme Overclocking contest where the eventual winner will be awarded with a seat in the Finals which take place in Berlin in December. It promises to be another example of sub-zero, competitive, live overclocking.
The HWBOT World Tour make sits first ever visit to Russia for IgroMir Expo this week, bringing overclocking workshops and both ambient and extreme contests to East Europe’s largest technology show. The highlight of the event from a hardcore overclocking perspective will doubtlessly be the Overclocking World Championship Moscow 2017 Qualifier contest, a subzero overclocking contest co-hosted with ASUS Russia. Today we can confirm the contestants, rules and schedule:
The HWBOT World Tour returns to Indonesia for the Yogyakarta 2017 event at Yogyakomtek. Hosted in partnership with Jagat Review, primary hardware sponsor Intel and several other hardware vendors, the event will showcase the Overclocking World Championship Yogykarta 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.
We are just a few days away from the next stop of the HWBOT World Tour 2017 which will take place at Gamers Assembly, Poitiers, France from April 14th. One of the most important aspects of the event is the Overclocking World Championship contest. Today we can confirm the comprehensive rules and hardware restrictions that will be implemented in the contest – vital information for competing overclockers who want to prepare themselves and hone their skills ahead of time.