Here at HWBOT we try our best to deliver a fair and enjoyable playing field for all those who participate in the rankings and competition. To be able to provide this kind of service we have tried to design some submission and general rules to help remove any doubts about whether something is allowed or not. Based on continued experience these rules will be updated, expanded and completed as time goes by. Please check back for any updates.
Following the spirit of the HWBOT Country Cup-series, on June 1st we're kicking off our first HWBOT Team Cup competition. Similar to the Country Cup, the Team Cup is all about group effort and joining forces. Only, this time, you'll be competing for the glory of your team!
The HWBOT Team Cup 2012 features 6 different sub-competitions, each focusing on different hardware and benchmarks and runs for a period of 3 months (June-July-August). More than enough time to gather the troops and aim for the highest spot! Good luck!
The Cup is, as previously mentioned, divided into 6 sub-competitions. For each sub-competition, you can gather points based on the team's final position in the sub-competition. In the end, the team with the most points wins the competition ... it's as simple as that! Similar to last year's Country Cup, there are three different sub-competition levels:
- Level 1: 13 stages, 3 months.
- Level 2: 7 stages, 1.5 months.
- Level 3: 5 stages, 1 month.
The point distribution is as follows:
- Stage points (all levels): 25-18-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1
Update:: due to the level of complexity, we have changed the format for the overall Team Cup ranking. The ranking of the 2012 competition is based on the points you gather in each sub-contest. For a level 1 competition, this means you can gather as much as 325pts if you are 1st in all stages of that competition. Those 325pts will all count for your Team Cup ranking.
The prizes for this sub-competition will be provided by MSI. More details follow this week!
|How to WIN||Provider||Prize||Info|
|Winning Team (#1)||MSI||1x MSI Z77 MPOWER + 2x MSI HD 7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC|
|Runner-up Team (#2)||MSI||1x MSI Z77 MPOWER + 1x MSI HD 7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC|
|2nd Runner-up Team (#2)||MSI||1x MSI Z77 MPOWER|
Competition Hardware Requirements
- GeForce 256 series GPU
- GeForce 2 series GPU
- GeForce 3 series GPU
- GeForce 4 series GPU
- GeForce 5 series GPU
- GeForce 6 series GPU
- GeForce 7 series GPU
- GeForce 8 series GPU
- GeForce 9 series GPU
- GeForce 200 series GPU
- GeForce 400 series GPU
- GeForce 500 series GPU
- GeForce 600 series GPU
- Use 1 videocard core(s) in total.
- A verification screenshot is required.
- Please attach a picture of your overclocking rig.
- Must use competition background
- Retail hardware only
HWBOT Team Cup 2012 Roadmap
|1 June 2012 - 31 August 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC1: "GeForce History Tour"|
|1 June 2012 - 15 July 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC2: "Core 2 OC"|
|1 June 2012 - 30 June 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC4: "The AMD Family"|
|1 June 2012 - 31 August 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012|
|1 July 2012 - 31 July 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC5: "IGP Platform"|
|15 July 2012 - 31 August 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC3: "Memory Clock"|
|1 August 2012 - 31 August 2012: HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC6: "PCMark05 xCore"|
- HWBOT Team Cup 2012 - SC1: "GeForce History Tour" is closed since 31 August 2012.
- This competition is between teams.
This competition is closed. You can no longer join.
Stage 1 - GeForce 256 series
Stage 2 - GeForce 2 series
Stage 3 - GeForce 3 series
Stage 4 - GeForce 4 series
Stage 5 - GeForce 5 series
Stage 6 - GeForce 6 series
Stage 7 - GeForce 7 series
Stage 8 - GeForce 8 series
Stage 9 - GeForce 9 series
Stage 10 - GeForce 200 series
Stage 11 - GeForce 400 series
Stage 12 - GeForce 500 series
Stage 13 - GeForce 600 series
This competition was open to everyone.
MSI Z77 Mpower-soon-
MSI HD 7770 Power Edition 1GD5/OC