MSI also held championship Overclocking the month In Taiwan, the lucky winners returned home with 3000 dollars
Overclocking is a phenomenon that began in dark cellars and soon reached masses. The large hardware manufacturers did not remain indifferent to the phenomenon and even over the years began not only to issue products intended for the field, but also to hold prizes competitions.
Just a few days ago, at 7 in October, MSI held the overclocking competition MOA (R.T. Master Overclocking Arena) in which the best large overclockers from all over the world participated.
Sixteen teams from around the world competed in overclocking and measured performance using software such as SUPER PI, 3DMark 11 and the old DMark 3SE which in a slightly unexplained way is still widely used in competitions Overclocking. What makes this competition interesting is that the selection of components used by the Overclocking is based on a lottery, so victory depends on both the right parts and the ability of the Overclocks to make the most of the hardware they receive.
The first place prize in the competition was $ 3000 which was awarded to the winning group - a pair of participants from Romania with the nicknames matose and Monstru (HERE You can find the full winners' table). The second and third teams came from Greece and Sweden, respectively. Compared to other sports, it is not a lot of money but it should be remembered that as an electronic sport, Overclocking Is still a new thing.
|Winners||The winning team during the competition|