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Starting on January 30th at 12pm GMT, ASUS ROG launches its OC Showdown 2015 overclocking competition!
The aim of OC Showdown 2015 is to engage and support the entire OC community; whether you’re the very top of the game or just enthusiastic about joining in for some benchmarking fun. A total of six online competitions are planned for 2015 on the HWBOT (oc-esports.io) website, with three rounds per series, through to the third quarter this year. Those who join throughout the three events will be able to accumulate points for the entire series!
Two French pro-overclockers, StrategosSan and Wizerty, scored a Global First Place record in 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme, with two ROG Matrix GTX 980 graphics cards and a Rampage V Extreme motherboard, achieving a score of 16,872 marks.
ROG forumer, Chino, recently paired his Rampage V Extreme and Core i7-5960X with an EK-KIT X360 water cooling kit. Here’s his review and overclocking results.
Source: ROG Forum thread
Starting on 10th Dec, the first 40 correct entries posted in this thread get Star Citizen game codes! Simply run ROG Realbench on your AMD motherboard/graphics card and post a screenshot of the score in our entry thread.
Source: Competition entry thread
German pro-overclocker, Dancop, scored a new Catzilla 720p score of 68122 marks with Rampage V Extreme and Strix GTX 980. The previous score was Joa3d43 with 65740 marks on the Rampage V Extreme as well, making it 2382 marks difference. With the same system, Dancop also achieved two Global First Place. 3DMark11 Performance [...]
In the spirit of eSports, the ASUS Open Overclocking Cup (AOOC) final recently took place in the Moscow Cyber Stadium. With team of two, the overclockers competed over 9 hours to decide this year’s winner. Below we present a huge gallery and videos of the days happenings. Check here for the
South African website LazyGamer.net has interviewed local extreme overclocker, Andrew ‘dRweEZ’ Roberts about his overclocking talents, how to get into overclocking and joining local teams on HWBot.