Event Report: MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2011 Operation: Las Vegas

Quality event report from HardwareCanucks - as usual!

On January 6th, the first official day of the recent Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, held their very first live Master Overclocking Arena (MOA) event hosted in the Americas. This competition, appropriately dubbed “Operating: Las Vegas”, was the first of the many upcoming MSI MOA 2011 live overclocking competitions that will be hosted all over the world, and that will culminate once again in a huge final event in the heart of the PC hardware industry - Taipei, Taiwan.

For this particular event, there were ten teams made up of 19 competitors (e-killer was missing due to visa issues) from all over North and South America. There were there to compete for bragging rights, some nice cash prizes, a bit of free hardware, and an all-expenses paid trip to the aforementioned MOA 2011 final event in Taipei.


Christian Ney says:

Sad news for e-killer

United States Splave says:

yes it was sad to not get to see him but his replacement was a great guy :D we had alot of fun

Christian Ney says:

Who was the lucky guy ?
you ? :D

United States steponz says:

Very well done... One of the better overclocking comps coverage I have read..

Stinks Ekiller couldn't be there....

OCA Represented... :)

Colombia e-Killer says:

:( yes that was Sad, i really wanted to participate, the fun part is the US embassy gave me the visa 2 days after the event.

Christian Ney says:

Crap :(

United States steponz says:

ahhh.. .that just sucks... sorry to hear that man.

United States Romdominance says:

Sorry we missed you E. Your teammate, Nestorky, was a great guy. We got to hang out with him quite a bit. Hopefully we will get to meet you at the next comp.

Brazil Rbuass says:

Hardwarecanucks thread was the best ever... Complete information about MOA. EKiller is a nice friend and unlucky at this time...he is really a good OCCker

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