The FFOC, better known to many of us as the French Federation of Overclockers, have confirmed their second ever HWBOT X event, this time hosted in the town of Orléans in Northern France. The event will once again focus specifically on spreading the world of Overclocking by hosting Workshops for both PC building and Overclocking. The event will commence this Friday evening, starting from 6pm with doors open for 24 hours throughout Saturday, closing at 6pm Sunday evening.
The FFOC workshops will be hosted in partnership with Corsair and HWBOT and will take place at the Orléans Game Show 2 LAN event organized by Origami. Attendance at both PC Building and Overclocking Workshops is free for OGS@2 attendees and open to all ages groups. As an extra incentive to get involved, a Corsair Power Supply and other hardware goodies will be given away as rewards for workshop participants at the end of the event.
To help gaming enthusiasts understand more about PCs, system building teaking and performance optimizing through overclocking, workshops will be available for attendees to learn about the basics; how to build a PC, what are the components needed etc. Once these basic skill shave been acquired, it’s time learn about tweaking the BIOS and the settings to enhance performance. Workshop sessions will focus on both 2D and 3D overclocking, showing attendees the best way to max out an air cooled system.
To learn more about the HWBOT X Orléans FFC event, please visit this event page on the HWBOT X website.