This week’s OC Show was broadcast a day earlier than usual, hitting the air waves of TwitchTV late last night. As per usual Episode 8 of Season 4 featured Atlas, Toolius and Buildzoid who kicked off the show with a chat about about new HWBOT No.1, the one and only $@39@. Apart from an in depth discussion about exactly how one pronounces the guy’s actual name (think saegar…) they also go on to examine exactly what approach he took in order to amass so many points in a relatively short amount of time.
The guys continue with a look at recent action on OC-ESPORTS were the Alza Cup, Road to Pro Challenger Divisions and the Team Cup are attracting plenty of overclocking action, not mention the recently finished Rookie Rumble #46 which was won by Frenchman Prote1n. Buildzoid professes to not actually being a fan of contest overclocking – you spend all that time trying to hit a nice score, then find out that you’re not even in the top ten. Yep… actually competitive overclocking ain’t easy.
The discussion turns to the recent news that has appeared including news from Intel that the platform after Coffee lake (Cannon Lake) will be manufactured on a new 10nm process. A nice newsflash that almost replaces not having IDF this year. There’s also discussion about Intel’s renaming of its B-Series chipset and the affects of the currency mining on graphics card pricing. The team then turn their attention to AMD Vega graphics cards and whether or not they really are good mining cards.
You can find the OC Show, Episode 8, Season 4 here on the OC-TV YouTube channel.