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GIGABYTE sets date for Overclocking Championship

GO OC final set for September 25th in Taipei

| Tweaking & Overclocking News | Posted: Aug 27, 2008 6:54 am

GIGABYTE has just sent out a press release talking about its Open Overclocking Championship or GO OC for short.

 

GIGABYTE sets date for Overclocking Championship

The massive event promises to be the biggest overclocking event ever bringing famous overclockers from countries including Australia, China, France, Germany, Greece, HK, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Middle East, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, USA and Vietnam. Yep, 23 countries in all and the contestants from each country will be flown to Taiwan expenses paid to compete in the GO OC final on September 25th at the Grand Hyatt hotel in Taipei.

 

All of the regional qualifiers are now well underway to decide who gets their name on the list for the big event in September. There will be two competition events during the GO OC event, one is "Battle for the Best P45 OC", and the other is "Free Style Contest". The winner will not only gain the title of worldwide overclocking champion, but will also receive more than US$ 5,000 value prize including a cash reward and products provided by GO OC venders. As top overclockers know, first class hardware is the key to achieving a successful record-breaking overclock. That is why GIGABYTE is proud to have industry-leading hardware vendors to sponsor this year's GO OC including Intel, ATI, Corsair and Western Digital.

 

Full details on the GO OC event can be found over at the press release, right here. We'll be at the event covering it - stay tuned for more next month!

 

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