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.
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.