The HWBOT World Tour website just posted a full photo-album from the first two days of the Sao Paulo – 2017 event. Over one hundred attendees took part in the OC Workshops where seasoned Brazilian pros gave free sessions to learn the basics of Overclocking. Once capable of being able to push CPUs as far they as they could, they were invited to make submissions to the Sao Paulo 2017 Amateur contest with the top four invited to contest Semi-Finals plus a Grand Final decide who will be Latin America’s Amateur Champion of 2017.
OC Workshops, Campus Party: February 1st – 3rd
"The best way to promote the concept of Overclocking is to show people how it works and then let them get hands and taste it for themselves. Attendees at the Campus Party gaming and LAN party were given the chance to do exactly that with workshop sessions available for free. Organized in conjunction with seasoned local overclockers, attendees were shown the basics of how to overclock a system’s CPU, followed by a chance to try it for themselves, run a benchmark and and see the improvements gained in overall system performance."
"After enjoying the basic experience of system tweaking, they could then submit their highest score to an online Amatuer Overclocking contest hosted on OC-ESPORTS. Prizes will be awarded to the contest winners of the Final which will be held later today."
Catch the photo album of the event in Sao Paulo here on the HWBOT World Tour website.
YOu can also find all the submissions and scores from the Sao Paulo 2017 Amateur Contest here on the OC-ESPORTS website.