Just a few days ago we came to the conclusion of the Poitiers 2017 leg of the HWBOT World Tour. It was a fantastic chance for the HWBOT team to interface with gamers, modders, PC builders and enthusiasts at Gamers Assembly in France. The team hosted overclocking workshops plus ambient and extreme overclocking contests. These included the Overclocking World Championship Poiters 2017 Qualifier contest. If you missed all the action from the event, don’t worry – you can now enjoy a photo album courtesy of our valued media partners OverClocking-TV:
We are just a few days away from the next stop of the HWBOT World Tour 2017 which will take place at Gamers Assembly, Poitiers, France from April 14th. One of the most important aspects of the event is the Overclocking World Championship contest. Today we can confirm the comprehensive rules and hardware restrictions that will be implemented in the contest – vital information for competing overclockers who want to prepare themselves and hone their skills ahead of time.
As we edge closer and closer to the next leg of the HWBOT Tour at Gamers Assembly in Poitiers, France, event details are starting to become clearer. Today we can confirm a detailed schedule of all the activities for the event including the Overclocking workshops and contests that will span four days. Read on for a day-by-day break down:
The HWBOT World Tour Hosts Performance Tuning Workshops and Competitive Overclocking at Gamers Assembly, Poitiers – France
March 28, 2017 – HWBOT, an organization regulating international overclocking competitions and rankings returns to Gamers Assembly for the third leg of the HWBOT World Tour 2017. The quest is to help French gamers and enthusiasts master the art of ‘Performance Tuning’ while also exposing them to the exciting world of competitive Ambient and Extreme Overclocking.
As we approach the third stop on the HWBOT World Tour 2017, we are pleased today to bring you news about an OverClocking-TV live stream that will keep you in touch with all the competitive action. The Poitiers – 2017 event gets underway in just over a week, landing in France in time for Gamers Assembly, one of the biggest gaming and technology festivals in Europe. One of the highlights of the event will be the Overclocking World Championship Poitiers Qualifier, an exciting extreme overclocking contest that pits Europe’s most feared overclockers against each other in a bid for supremacy – the good news is that OverClocking-TV have now conformed a live stream schedule so that if you can’t make it to France, you won’t miss a thing!
In celebration of the HWBOT World Tour 2017 were have teamed up with Teespring to offer some exclusive World Tour branded apparel. The HWBOT World Tour apparel range includes a selection of uniquely designed T-Shirts, Hoodies and mugs – the perfect way to commemorate the biggest global Overclocking event ever conceived.
The HWBOT World Tour 2017 enjoyed its second stop just a week or so ago, taking part in the Campus Party event in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The centerpiece of every HWBOT World Tour stop is a chance for visitors to witness an Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest. These are extreme overclocking contests were the region’s top overclocking talent compete head to head for the ultimate prize – a ticket to the OCWC Final at the end of the year. Today we bring you a full detailed article that covers all of the competitive action from the event courtesy of OC-ESPORTS.
The HWBOT World Tour continued yesterday (or earlier this morning depending on where you live) with the amateur, or ambient stages of the Sao Paulo – 2017 event. The combatants were of course attendees at the Campus Party in Sao Paulo, Brazil. All attendees were invited to learn the basics of system tweaking and then encouraged to try and score as highly as possible in the Intel XTU benchmark. The great news is that this year the team saw a record 151 amateurs make a submission on the OC-ESPORTS platform, beating last years’ figure of 143.
Today we are delighted to share more details regarding the Overclocking World Championship roadmap, the structure of the contest and the locations and events we will attend in 2017. Hold onto your hats, it’s going to be big!
It’s been a few weeks or so since we enjoyed the first stop of the HWBOT World Tour – a roller coaster week in Las Vegas where HWBOT hosted a Performance Matters Kick Party, OC Workshops for newcomers and of course, the Overclocking World Championship Qualifier contest. The OC – Las Vegas 2017 Qualifier contest saw eight respected and feared overclockers compete using the latest Intel Kaby Lake architecture processors, GIGABYTE Z270 motherboards and a ton on LN2. Today we bring you the full contest roundup, courtesy of OC-ESPORTS.