within The month of HWzone's OCTober, We tell you about the biggest OC competitions taking place in the world. We already told you about GIGABYTE GO OC Championship And soon we'll tell you about MSI's OC Championship - but this time we'll focus on the way of ASUS To crown the champion.
Recall only that The final stage Of the championship our It will take place on Thursday, October 28, in the main complex of RSM Computer Services in Kfar Saba, and you are all of course welcome to come - whether as contestants or as active spectators at the event.
The concept of the ASUS competition differs from other competitions. The company decided not to hold a physical championship, and all parts of its competition are conducted on-line through the Internet. This is also actually the only competition in the world right now except for our competition, Where you can still participate, When you can too Register and win prizes!
ASUS has decided to cooperate with the site Top10 Hardware, Which is actually a social network for overeklers and hardware enthusiasts. The company has decided to distribute its championship to 8 various weekly competitions, with each week there will also be a prize lottery and at the end of the competition will be a summary of all competitions and be crowned World Champion of the World ASUS. So far 4 has held competitions, and the championship has remained 4 more competitions.
To participate in the ASUS 1156 competition, you must be the proud owner of a computer system that includes an ASUS 1156 board Intel (Hence the name of the competition of course). Now you need to register on the competition site, download the appropriate benchmark tools for that week, post the OC result you received on the site - and enter the tables.
In addition, each week will hold ASUS Also lottery - when any user who has any product of ASUS (Laptop, Motherboard, Video card or even a sound card) can register for a sweepstakes.
At the end of 8 competitions, you will conclude ASUS The overall results and the competitor who has accumulated the most points in the 8 weeks will be crowned champion of champions and will win additional prizes. It should be noted that a competitor who won one of the weeks will not be able to win again in another week - but of course he will be able to be the winner of the entire competition.
Every week, the first two places win ASUS Awards Such as advanced motherboards, netbooks and video cards. Also, in the weekly draw from Guerilla ASUS Each week another prize, including motherboards, graphic cards And media streams.
At the end of the competition, Champion of the Champions ASUS Will be the proud owner of a laptop ASUS G51JX 3D which includes 120Hz screen, goggles 3D And viewing 3D content such as games and movies.
As mentioned, so far there have been four competitions - the first competition was about achieving a maximum QPI frequency, and the winner was the overclocker serpens13 From Iran (!), Which is now in second place in the overall ranking, which achieved an 5784.5MHz frequency on the SABERTOOTH 55i board and the CPUCore i5 and its 650.
The second competition was to achieve the lowest processor frequency at which the performance tests could still be run, and the winner, again from Iran, was the Overclocker (or perhaps the Underclaker) ExtremeOC, Which leads the overall rating so far,Core i5 680 to the frequency of 134.2MHz only on the Maximus III Formula board.
The third challenge was to get the Base Clock frequency as high as possible, and again serpens13 (this time with a processor Core i5 680) achieved the best result - 311.1MHz. Since serpens13 had already won, and in second place was our informant ExtremeOC, the prize was transferred to Overclocker overclocker886 From Hungary.
The challenge last week was to reach the maximum frequency of memories - and the overclocker mat From Austria he managed to reach the frequency of 1625.8MHz with memories of the company Corsair.
This week's competition, which will end in about three days, is on a maximum processor frequency - and is currently led by the overclocker karandiru from Turkey, with a result of 6698.7MHz on the processor.Core Its i3. You have a little more than 72 hours to get around it and win the ASUS Advanced motherboard!
Next week, the competition will be for maximum 3D mark 2006 score ASUS In this competition - and not just on the board ASUS 1156), when the company has not yet published what the competitions will be in the seventh and eighth week.
I wish all the contestants from the country good luck, and remember - this is just a sport!