Even though overclocking is now a mainstream term, only in very rare cases you will see media cover the topic of competitive overclocking in-depth. Of course there are plenty of overclocking event or competition reports, but usually those articles only cover the happenings during the event.
In HardwareAsylum’s latest article we get to read something completely different. Over the span of five pages, Dennis Garcia concisely lays out what he believes is missing from overclocking competitions. The focus, as he puts it, should shift from the hardware to the overclockers. Specifically Dennis mentions viewing overclocking as mainly a source of marketable record achievements.
We will not spill the beans on the entire article in this newsflash report. I urge you all to read the article at HardwareAsylum.com.