Update 4/11: Okay, so you saw that you could win a free board courtesy of Gigabyte and you clicked the link on the OCN Homepage... glad to have you here! Oh... you wanna know how to win it? Well fine!
We will be streaming the event starting on Saturday the 13th at 12:00 PM CST (GMT - 5:00). The link to the Livestream will be added to the top of this page on Friday evening. We may even have an informal stream going at that time.
At sometime between 5:00 PM and 6:00 PM (CST) on the 13th, I will ask ONE overclocking related question. Don't worry, I'll preface it with the competition details so you'll know it's time for the trivia! I'll post it in this thread and the first person to post* here with the correct answer wins the board!
*Any post that has been edited will be disqualified (even if it doesn't mark as edited, I can and will still check).
It looks like we've gotten enough interest and enough details to get this event announced publicly! OCN will be hosting another N2OC event!
Located at Moparman's computer shop, B&C Computers, in Farmington, MO, we'll be benching from Friday the 12th at around 7:00 PM CST all the way through Sunday the 14th. Farmington is right at an hour outside of St. Louis, so it should be pretty accessible. Additionally, we'll have 1,260L of liquid nitrogen (!!!!) at our disposal so it's sure to be a nice frosty meet.
If you're interested in attending, post here! Please note that attendance will require a waiver (found below). If you are under 18, your parent or legal guardian must sign this! We'll be sleeping (ha!) in the building/room located next to Moparman's shop so you do not have to pay for a hotel (please bring an air mattress/sleeping bag). If you've ever been to a LAN party, treat this as such. We're looking into providing a meal on Saturday night for a small fee (in the neighborhood of $5), but this has not been nailed down. Bring food and/or money to buy some.
Couldn't have chose a bigger town? Columbia perhaps?
I had never even heard of farmington until I saw this thread. And Ive lived in Missouri my whole life.
Moparman has a shop there and volunteered it. Being only an hour from Downtown St. Louis and right at an hour and twenty minutes from Lambert Airport, it's pretty perfect for the area. Are you interested in joining?