During Computex 2014 HyperX will kick off the HyperX OC Takeover (HOT) 2014 campaign with a USD $10,000 invitation-only overclocking event. On June 5th, six community overclocking teams will compete against four industry teams in three different benchmarks: XTU, Memory Clock and SuperPI 32M. The cash prize purse is divided amongst the top-3 of each benchmark and varies between USD $2,000 for the top memory frequency and USD $500 for the second runner-up in the XTU category.
Following the kickoff event at Computex, HOT will start a four month-long qualification campaign featuring regional online qualifiers. The campaign starts in July in Latin-America. A total of 10 finalists (double compared to last year!) and the winner of last year’s competition will proceed to the HOT World Finals where they will compete for a USD $15,000 prize pool.
We will keep you updated on the details of the HyperX OC Takeover Qualification process. For now, join us at the HOT Kickoff Event on June 5th. You can follow the results on the competition page at HWBOT. You can find the full press release at Kingston.com/hyperx.
|Memory Freq.||SuperPi 32M||XTU w/ secret CPU|
|First place||USD $2000||USD $1500||USD $1000|
|Second place||USD $1500||USD $1000||USD $750|
|Third place||USD $1000||USD $750||USD $500|
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