Yes, every month HWBOT tries to come up with interesting challenges. In addition, our partners MSI and GIGABYTE frequently organize their own overclocking competitions here at the bot. Most of the time, the competitions are followed by more than a few overclockers and ends in a fierce battle.
This month's HWBOT OC Challenge is designed to be nothing different: three different stages for three different types of overclockers. And then this happened:
Christian Ney managed to score 2nd place with his Pentium MMX at 300MHz. This resulted in a run roughly 11 minutes slower than 1st place (26-ish seconds). What can I say - participating is more important than winning?
(PS: for those who don't get it - I actually really like the attempt. It put a BIG smile on my face)