ZADAK511 Launch DDR4 Frequency Challenge

HWBOT World Tour 2016 partners ZADAK511 have launched the DDR4 Frequency Challenge, a contest that will run throughout the World Series Asia event that kicks off at Computex here in Taipei next week. The contest is open to overclockers competing in the World Series Asia contest, with very simple rules; the three overclockers that submit the highest memory frequency on the contest web page will each win the following fantastic prizes from ZADAK511:

  • 1x SHIELD RGB 240GB SSD (MSRP $189)
  • 1x SHIELD DDR4 4266MHz*4 (OCK edition) (USD$1100)
  • 1x Sponsorship of ZADAK511 latest SSD and 3x Dual Channel kit, one year of exclusive pre-retail access
  • ZADAK511 area new company that specialize in high-end memory and SSDs. The SHIELD RGB LED series includes great looking SSDs and DDR4 modules that include high performance kits that are rated at 4266MHz. ZADAK511 are in fact supplying the DDR4 memory kits for the entire HWBOT World Tour Asia event which includes OC Workshops and World Series contests for extreme and amateur overclockers. As well getting some nice hardware, the idea of being supplied with all new ZADAK511 products before they actually hit the retail channel is an especially nice touch.

    The HWBOT World Series Asia contest runs from Tuesday May 31st to Saturday June 4th. The first four days will see more than twenty Extreme and Elite overclockers from around compete for cash prizes. Each day an open qualification round will be followed with a 1v1 Face Off between the day’s top two scorers. Saturday 4th will see the Semi-Finals and the Final where a spot in the World Championships at the end of the year is at stake. Competing overclockers can submit their DDR4 memory frequency scores at the contest page on OC-ESPORTS with no restrictions on motherboard or platform.

    Check out the ZADAK511 DDR4 Frequency Challenge here on OC-ESPORTS, and don’t forget you can follow all the action from the World Series Asia contest with OverClocking-TV and their live coverage on Twitch.You can learn more about the World Series Asia contest here.

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