Welcome to HWBOT X, an initiative that offers vital support to overclocking event organisers around the world. HWBOT X provides a solid framework that helps organisers to host, promote, and share OC events with the global community at HWBOT.
The key ingredients for a healthy, vibrant, local overclocking community are support, structure, and guidance. With the help of the HWBOT X initiative, event organizers will have access to everything they need to reach an audience of PC enthusiasts and overclockers both locally and globally.
What is a HWBOT X Event?
The X stands for eXpertise, eXchange, and eXcel. An HWBOT X event is more than just an overclocking event. It’s a way to experience the world of overclocking in a way overclockers want to experience it.
As mentioned, there are several types of HWBOT X events. Even though the purpose and content of the event types differ, the core message of each HWBOT X event is the same. We want you to join us in our search for new tricks and eXchange ways to improve your system performance; we want you to hear, talk, and meet like-minded performance enthusiasts. We want you to expand your overclocking eXpertise! We want to share our passion with you and help you. We want you to eXcel in the competitions to take part in as an individual, a team, or a nation. By the end of the ride, we hope you aspire to be an expert and go forth to spread the overclocking message.
Our mission is to gather overclockers around the world through local events. We want to empower those who take initiative and meet those who want to learn.
Different Types of HWBOT X Event
Each HWBOT X event focuses on a specific part of overclocking to address the needs, abilities and budgets of participants. The key is to deliver a specific message as clearly and direct as possible, gradually introducing key overclocking principles and concepts to enthusiasts who are new to overclocking.
Below you can find the three types of HWBOT X events
- HWBOT eXchange: Plan a gathering among friends and interested parties. Typically, you rent out a small room, order some liquid nitrogen and enjoy overclocking in the proximity of other like-minded people.
- HWBOT eXpertise: Even the most hardcore overclockers had to learn at some point. The eXpertise events are workshops targeted at introducing new people to overclocking. How does it work? What do I use? How do I compete? These are the typical questions of an eXpertise workshop participant.
- HWBOT eXcel (competition): The thrill of having your system pass a benchmark at the maximum of its capabilities is priceless. The competitive overclocking scene is growing worldwide and the eXcel event type is here to support it. Organize a local overclocking competition, use the OC-ESPORTS resources to set up the contest, and watch overclockers compete for the champion title.
HWBOT X is Community Driven
It is important to understand that HWBOT X events focus on nurturing the overclocking community in its growth. They are not designed to be commercial events for promotion or marketing of new products, brand promotion and product launches.
HWBOT X events aim at supporting local community initiatives. They are not a means to increase your hardware library, make a profit for your business, or for self-promotion.
HWBOT reserves the right to reject a HWBOT X License request or cancel a HWBOT X License if the event does not live up to the spirit of the HWBOT X initiative.
Difference with the HWBOT World Tour?
The HWBOT World Tour is a series of events organized by HWBOT which combines HWBOT X event types. Usually larger in size than the local HWBOT X events, the HWBOT World Tour connects overclockers around the world with gatherings, workshops, and an extreme overclocking competitions.
HWBOT X events are organized by members of the overclocking community, on their own initiative. HWBOT X events can only serve one purpose at a time. The events target a local community rather than the international level. The HWBOT X events are ideal for workshops at university campuses, organizing team gatherings and national overclocking competitions.