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|04-18-2016 03:15 PM|
|xxbassplayerxx||Looks like this was a fun one!|
|04-17-2016 10:10 AM|
Yeah, I was pretty saddened I couldn't make it... Made me break out in laughter when Trouffman had fun bugging me about it too!
...No really, hubby was all "WHUUUUH!?!?!?! Why are you laughing so hard?!?!?" when he said what he did ^_^
|04-16-2016 12:53 AM|
Such I pity I couldn't make it this year
Have fun guys !!
|04-15-2016 06:08 PM|
HWBOT Welcomes Overclockers of North America to Join a Weekend of Amateur and Extreme Overclocking
April 6, 2016 – HWBOT, an organization regulating international overclocking competitions and rankings today announces its participation at LanETS Montreal, Canada for the North American leg of the HWBOT World Tour 2016.
Running from April 15th – 17th the HWBOT World Tour at LanETS is partnered by ASUS, Seasonic, Praxair and TAITRA. All overclockers, PC enthusiasts and of course PC gamers are welcomed to join HWBOT at LanETS where they can learn the basics of overclocking at the HWBOT OC Workshops, take part in the Amateur World Series contest and enjoy Extreme Overclocking contests where a place in the HWBOT World Championship Finals is at stake.
“Last year’s HWBOT event at LanETS was our first ever on the World Tour, giving us a great opportunity to expose gamers to the world of overclocking,” Pieter-Jan Plaisier, Director at HWBOT. “We hope this year will be an even bigger success with even more participation in the OC workshops and an Extreme World Series that truly underlines what extreme overclocking on LN2 is all about.”
The HWBOT World Tour 2016
The HWBOT World Tour is a series of overclocking events held at various locations around the world throughout the year. The aim is to provide a relaxed social environment for overclockers to learn, share and compete. To help nurture the next generation of overclockers, the World Tour provides open overclocking workshops that offer an overclocking experience where first timers can learn simple tricks and tweaks that can improve their system’s performance.
No overclocking event would be complete without some real competitive OC action. Each World Tour event integrates overclocking contests for both amateur and extreme overclocking. Both Amateur and Extreme category overclocking contests include some great prizes for the winners, while the Extreme Series offers a chance to compete in the World Championship in Berlin at the end of the year.
The HWBOT World Tour at LanETS Montreal: Event Schedule
OC Workshop & World Series for Amateur Qualifiers – April 16th (All Day)
Overclocking classes for amateurs and first timers taught by local overclockers. Learn the basics and start overclocking, then submit your XTU score. Top four scores enter the World Series Amateur Finals (see below). Note: PCs for the workshop are provided by HWBOT and the event partners.
HWBOT Extreme World Series Qualifiers – April 16th (4:00 pm – 7:00 pm)
Extreme overclockers from North America compete to win prizes including a place in the World Championship Final at the end of the year. The Qualification round will commence in mid-afternoon and involve several benchmarks, lasting 3 hours.
HWBOT World Series Finals – April 17th (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
The top four amateur scores from the OC workshop are invited to compete head to head on XTU in Semi-final and Final rounds to win some top prizes from our sponsors. At the same time, the top four extreme overclockers will compete in 1v1 semi-final rounds. The 1v1 contests will continue in the early evening with a Third Place Playoff and Final round to decide the winner.
A BYOC bench party for extreme and enthusiast overclockers
Learn more about the HWBOT World Tour here: http://hwbot.org/article/world-tour-2016
HWBOT World Series
HWBOT World Series for Amateurs
You can enter the HWBot giveaway on facebook here - http://url.hwbot.org/hwt16-na-giveaway
Have fun, and see you on the livestream! Keep pushing it?