Tournaments and Sponsored Contests

1 Mar – 31 Mar, Old School is Best School is a team competition series for the overclockers who enjoy tuning ancient hardware. The series includes five rounds with each two stages. Each round lasts one month, so you have plenty of time to track down all hardware. In the third round of the Old School is Best School competition series, we compete in 3DMark01 and Wprime 32M. In the first stage, 3DMark01, the hardware is limited to Socket A processors en GeForce 4 graphics. In the second stage, Wprime 32M, the hardware is limited to Socket A processors. For both stages a system picture and verification screenshot is required. Good luck!

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/osibs_s2r3

 

7 Mar – 11 Apr, G.SKILL is thrilled to announce the commencement of the 3rd annual “OC World Cup 2016” overclocking competition! Each year, G.SKILL hosts the OC World Cup overclocking competition with the live four-day finals at the G.SKILL booth during Computex. This year, G.SKILL will be providing a $16,200 USD total cash prize pool for the winners. Following the tradition of the event, the Grand Champion of the OC World Cup 2016 will walk away with a grand cash prize of $10,000 USD! G.SKILL OC World Cup is split into three rounds: Online Qualifier, Live Qualifier, and Grand Finals. Live Qualifier and Grand Finals will be held live at the G.SKILL booth during Computex from 31st May to 3rd June 2016.

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/gskill_ocworldcup_2016_qualifier

 

Tournaments and Sponsored Contests

16 Mar – 17 Mar, The World Series 2016 is exclusive to participants of the World Tour 2016. The local champions face off at the World Championship in Berlin at the end of the year. More information at HWBOT.org. Each World Tour event integrates overclocking contests for both amateur and extreme overclocking. Both Amateur and Extreme category overclocking contests include some great prizes for the winners, while the Extreme Series offers a chance to compete in the World Series Grand Final in Berlin at the end of the year. Learn more about the HWBOT World Tour here: http://hwbot.org/article/world-tour-2016

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/osibs_s2r3

 

17 Mar – 17 Mar, The World Series 2016 is exclusive to participants of the World Tour 2016. The local champions face off at the World Championship in Berlin at the end of the year. More information at HWBOT.org. Each World Tour event integrates overclocking contests for both amateur and extreme overclocking. Both Amateur and Extreme category overclocking contests include some great prizes for the winners, while the Extreme Series offers a chance to compete in the World Series Grand Final in Berlin at the end of the year. Learn more about the HWBOT World Tour here: http://hwbot.org/article/world-tour-2016

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/osibs_s2r3

 

Rookie Rumble and Novice Nimble

Rookie Rumble 2619 Dec – 5 Mar, welcome to the Rookie Rumble! We assume you arrived here via XTU and that’s great but the OC world offers much more. The Rumble introduces you to the concept of competitive overclocking. It’s a contest only for new overclockers like you. Good luck! There are three stages, each with the same hardware restrictions but featuring a different benchmark. The benchmarks are: XTU, HWBOT Prime, and GPUPI for CPU – 100M. You can gather points by submitting in each of the three stages. The better the result, the more points you acquire and the higher you’ll rank overall! Note that the validation process for the benchmarks is slightly different. Check out the rules section to learn more or drop us a message on our forums if you have a question.

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/rookie_rumble_26

Rookie Rumble AMD 2319 Dec – 9 Jan, welcome to the Rookie Rumble! We assume you arrived here via as an AMD fan and that’s great but the OC world offers more. The Rumble introduces you to competitive overclocking. It’s a contest only for new overclockers like you. Good luck!

There are three stages, each with the same hardware restrictions but featuring a different benchmark. The benchmarks are: CPU % OC, HWBOT Prime, and GPUPI for CPU – 100M. You can gather points by submitting in each of the three stages. The better the result, the more points you acquire and the higher you’ll rank overall! Note that the validation process for the benchmarks is slightly different. Check out the rules section to learn more or drop us a message on our forums if you have a question.

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/rookie_rumble_amd_23

 

21 Nov – 9 Jan, welcome to the Novice Nimble! Via the Rookie Rumble you’re now familiar with competitions at HWBOT and OC-ESPORTS. Now it’s time to learn about team work. Find an overclocking team, motivate two other Novices and enjoy the Novice Nimble!

There are five stages in the Novice Nimble. Each of the stages requires combining 3 scores to form a team average. The team with the best average gathers the most points. In addition to the benchmarks we know from the Rookie Rumble, you will also have to compete in two 3D stages. To win, you will need good overclocking skills but most importantly a strong and cohesive team. Check out the stage tabs to find out the hardware and benchmark requirements. Good luck!

More Information: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/novice_nimble_6

 

Road To Pro – Season 2016

Stay tuned …

 


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Belgium Massman sagt:

Will be updating this post with new/on-going competitions.

United Kingdom ObscureParadox sagt:

I do like this addition, makes it clear and easy for the new guys to see what's going on :)

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