The HWBOT X site just published a blog covering an event that took place over the Halloween weekend in St.Benoit France. The event was held in conjunction with the Gamer’s Assembly Halloween Edition event and invited gamers in attendance to learn the basics of PC building and overclocking with a simple OC competition were the winners went home with some nice prizes:
We are happy today to bring you news of two major firsts in French overclocking. On November 12th and 13th the FFOC (French Federation of Overclocking) held their first ever solo overclocking event in France. Dubbed the Atelier Overclocking and PC Building event, it was in fact also he very first HWBOT X event to take place in France. The event offered PC building classes plus a chance to engage in some competitive overclocking. It took place at Gamer’s Assembly Halloween Edition, a smaller version of the world LAN Party that played a pivotal part of the HWBOT World Tour earlier this year.
The HWBOT St.Benoit event was sponsored by HWBOT and Seasonic and hosted in the city of St. Benoit not far from Poitiers in France. Doors opened on Friday 11th when gamers, overclockers and enthusiasts were invited to get into in the venue and begin setting up in preparation for the two days to come. The doors were then opened on Saturday morning and remained open until 5pm on Sunday.
Read the full blog article here on the HWBOT X site.