About the GIGABYTE H55 miniITX contest competition
With the recent upheavals in the overclocking community, GIGABYTE and HWBOT thought it would be a good time to host a competition centered around the basics of overclocking. So, during the month of August, show us how far you can push your GA-H55N-USB3 motherboard and submit your Super PI 32m scores on HWBOT. Since not everyone has access to LN2, we’ve split the competition into two categories; Stage 1 we’ve limited the CPU speed to 4000 MHz, and Stage 2 has no CPU speed limit.
Since most of you are in this sport for the love of overclocking, and not for the love of prizes, we’ve decided not to announce any. That’s not to say there won’t be any at the end of the competition for the winners, but for the true overclocking purists out there, it gives you the chance to show the community you are doing this for fun (and maybe just a little for the bragging rights). We are also looking to see who is the fan favorite, so make sure to vote using HWBOT’s voting system (there might just be a lucky draw prize in it for those of you who vote). Good luck everyone and have fun!
- GIGABYTE H55 miniITX contest is closed since 31 August 2010.
- This competition is between Members.
This competition is closed. You can no longer join.
This competition was open to everyone.
Lucky Draw : X58A-UD3R
To win the lucky draw, all you need to do is vote for you favorite submissions of this competition, by using the 'I like' button on the submission detail pages. The prize of the lucky draw is a brand new GIGABYTE X58A-UD3R mainboard.
Here at HWBOT we try our best to deliver a fair and enjoyable playing field for all those who participate in the rankings and competition. To be able to provide this kind of service we have tried to design some submission and general rules to help remove any doubts about whether something is allowed or not. Based on continued experience these rules will be updated, expanded and completed as time goes by. Please check back for any updates.