Just 2 months back, clon22, one of Singapore's top overclockers, organized the Team Group's Singapore Online Super Pi 32M Challenge to promote the local OverClocking Community. As the Malaysia OverClocking Community is deteriorating day by day, it was time for a simple challenge to heat things up once again.
As this is a very small-scale community OverClocking Challenge, we decided not to involve any sponsors so that everyone can participate regardless of what brand of mainboard or memory used. We feel that this is the best way to promote local OverClocking Community. So how do we come out with the prizes? Same as our previous effort, once again we would make use our prizes won from previous competitions. It's better this way than selling it in garage sales. We hope that the prizes come second to the fun of OverClocking.
- Malaysia HWBot Super Pi 32M Online Challenge is closed since 31 January 2010.
- This competition is between Members.
This competition is closed. You can no longer join.
This competition was open to everyone.
- Discuss the competition at the HWBOT forum (1 comments)
- or you can read more about it on forums.ocdrift.com.
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