GIGABYTE Extreme OC Workshop by Team.AU

Members of Team.AU joined forces with Gigabyte Australia to give an extreme overclocking workshop.

TeamAU boys (deanzo, dinos22, sniperoz & deanzo) just finished the latest GIGABYTE Extreme OC workshop in Brisbane. Eva2000 also made a brief appearance on the first day. It was a really fun event in which enthusiasts from Brisbane were passed over control of some seriously souped up rigs running 7Ghz+ with AMD Bulldozer and GIGABYTE 990FXA-UD7 motherboards.

Kudos to AMD, GIGABYTE, CORSAIR, UMART and Atomic mag for backing the event.


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Belgium Massman says:

WHOAH!

Eva2000!

Australia Dinos22 says:

hahah yeah the man, the legend finally appeared :)

Greece George_oc says:

It's great to finally see eva :D Congratulations guys, seems you had a lot of fun! 7.3GHz 3D by pro is pretty damn maaaad :D

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haha i didnt do anything, just the guys in my group that never touched LN2 before did that result in 1:30 hours in the 3d05 comp lol

United Kingdom El Gappo says:

Looks like a really cool event :)

Canada Vinster says:

I wish we had events like that here in Canada.

Australia eva2000 says:

Yes i finally showed my face LOL

United States Planet says:

Nice trick with the CD James. I use the plastic clamshells from memory never thought of a CD though.

United States Hondacity says:

eva is asian? i that she was a she....

omgeeee!

Canada Vinster says:

Cpt.Planet said: Nice trick with the CD James. I use the plastic clamshells from memory never thought of a CD though.


I am wondering what the CD is for? what is the purpose?

United States Planet says:

Vinster said: I am wondering what the CD is for? what is the purpose?

Its a secret way to get better overclocks....

United States sin0822 says:

the CD is to reflect the POST Code display

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thats why they still include the "driver cd", they dont even put drivers on it anymore because they know no one uses them from the cd

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