Back in May of this year we brought you news about a new kind of overclocking event hosted by ASUS South Africa and the country’s No.1 overclocker, DrWeez. Inspired partly by the ROG Camp event which has been held in Berlin, Germany for the last few years, the ROG Masterclass event involves prominent YouTubers and tech enthusiasts being invited to learn all about overclocking from the master himself. DrWeez hosts the event at his home, giving attendees a comprehensive course that includes tutorials about motherboard insulation, LN2 pot mounting, BIOS tweaking and of course, running benchmarks to see just how they’re we’re doing.
Back on April 29th French No.1 Jean Michel “Wizerty” Tisserand hosted an Overclocking event at a PC hardware shop in downtown Paris. The event invited any and all Parisians to learn about the hobby of overclocking, especially the art of extreme overclocking with liquid nitrogen. From what we can gather the event was a complete success with plenty of local enthusiasts showing up and getting hands on with the liquid nitrogen, pushing the latest Kaby Lake processors to some pretty extreme performance levels. The great news today is the we have come across some great photos of the event thanks to Jean Micheal’s Facebook feed.
It’s been a few weeks since the conclusion of the Taipei 2017 event. It was a great event to be part of, spanning a ten day period that included the Computex 2017 trade show, the largest in Asia and one of the most important tech events of the year. As a stop on the HWBOT World Tour it included Overclocking Workshops, a Live Extreme Overclocking contest, a social Gathering and also a special Performance Matters event that helped Intel launch their latest processor platform. It was one of the busiest and also most rewarding events the HWBOT team has ever undertaken. Let’s take a look at what happened in Taipei 2017.
The Overclocking scene in Honduras, as you might well imagine is not quite as well developed as it is in other parts of the world. The great news for Honduran enthusiasts, is that the community is starting to grow and develop, largely due to the efforts of David Martinez. Just a few days ago David hosted an Amateur Overclocking contest in San Pedro Sulla, Honduras. Although it was actually the first of its kind in the country, it will go in history as a a great success, attracting dozens of young minds from the local university, many of whom will doubtless catch the Overclocking bug.
The primary aim of the HWBOT X initiative is to list and promote overclocking events that are happening around the world. One event that took place just a few days ago was hosted by South Africa’s No.1 overclocker Dr Weez. Working in conjunction with partners ASUS, DrWeez (known to most of his fellow Overclockers as Andrew) invited local South African media representative to his home to try their hand at genuine extreme overclocking – the full nine yards with tutorials about motherboard insulation, LN2 pot mounting, BIOS tweaking and of course, running benchmarks to see just how well we’re doing.
A few weeks ago we saw the conclusion of the third leg of the HWBOT World Tour 2017 which landed in France in time for Gamers Assembly, one of the biggest LAN parties in Europe. Today we bring you a roundup article that covers all the overclocking action that took at the event. The round up includes details about the Overclocking Workshops which invites games and enthusiasts to try overclocking for the first time, as well as ambient contest were attendees competed against each other for some cool prizes. We’ll also look at the Overclocking World Championship Poitiers 2017, an extreme Overclocking contest were Europe’s best competed head to head.
Vicente Chentino, known more commonly as ChentinoX in Overclocking circles, took his passion on the road in 2016, bringing the word of Overclocking to various locations around Spain. After hosting Overclocking workshops and seminars in Valencia, Mollerussa and Bilbao last year, he continued his quest by organizing an OC School in Gipzukoa, a Spanish province in the Basque region of Northern Spain.
The French Federation of Overclockers, known to many as the FFOC, held its second ever event just a few weeks ago, attending the Orleans Game Show event in Orleans, France. Hosted in partnership with Corsair France and HWBOT, the event attempted to woo local PC gamers and enthusiasts with PC Building sessions and live Overclocking workshops, including a demonstration of true Extreme Overclocking.
PC Enthusiasts, gamers and Overclockers of Indonesia were invited to take part in a free seminar and workshop at the UNS University in Surakarta to learn all about the world of Overclocking. The event took place thanks to the efforts of the UNS Overclocking Team, ASUS Indonesia and other supporting partners . The idea of course was to give local students the chance to learn about the basics of Overclocking, starting with a presentation from Indonesian Enthusiast Overclockerm, and ASUS representative Setyo Ryanto. There was also a chance to witness some serious Extreme Overclocking with a demo from Hazzan, the country’s No.2 ranked Overclocker on HWBOT. In fact local Overclocker speed.fastest also took part, managed to break a Global First Place record live at the event.
Juts a couple of days ago Greek tech website HwBox, in conjunction with GIGABYTE organized an Overclocking meetup where many of Greece’s most respected and feared Overclockers congregated to get down to some serious benching. Among those invited to the showcase event were several of the Greece team that managed to claim a remarkable win in the HWBOT Country Cup just a month or so ago. The idea was to make as many record scores as possible leveraging the newly launched Intel Kaby Lake architecture CPUs, plus some older AMD Radeon graphics cards, a strategy that furnished team HwBox with several Hardware First Place ranked scores by the end of the meetup.