G.Skill To Host Overclocking Invitational at Computex 2012

Subject: General Tech | June 3, 2012 - 01:07 AM |
Tagged: overclocking, overclock, msi, hicookie, gigabyte, G.Skill, evga, computex 2012, asus

G.Skill will host an overclocking event at Computex 2012 with seven overclockers in an attempt to break world overclocking records. The company is teaming up with ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI for the event, which will be held in Taipei, Taiwan from June 5th to June 9th 2012.

Enthusiast RAM manufacturer G.Skill has announced that they will be hosting an overclocking event at Computex 2012 in Taiwan. The company is partnering up with motherboard manufacturers ASUS, EVGA, Gigabyte, and MSI who will provide several high end motherboards for the overclocking invitational.

G.Skill has further invited seven professional overclockers to attend the event and try to break world records for processors and DDR3 memory using LN2 and a combination of high end motherboards, graphics cards, and G.Skill’s DDR3 RAM. The overclockers in question are Elmor, Fred Yama, Hiwa, Young Pro, Kingpin, HiCookie, and Dinos22. HiCookie was covered by us recently when he pushed a Core i7 3770K to 7.03 GHz and DDR3 memory to an impressive 3.28 GHz. The G.Skill event will push for even higher overlcocks.

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The overclocking event will run from June 5th, 2012 to June 9th, 2012 from 11am to 5pm. It will be located at Computex 2012 in the Nangang Exhibition Hall at booth L0118. The event schedule will be as follows:

Date Motherboard Brand Platform G.Skill Overclockers Motherboard Overclockers
June 5th MSI Z77 & X79

Hiwa (Switzerland)

Young Pro (Australia)

Elmor (Sweden)
June 6th ASUS Z77

Hiwa (Switzerland)

Young Pro (Australia)

Fred Yama (Japan)
June 7th EVGA Z77 & X79

Hiwa (Switzerland)

Young Pro (Australia)

Kingpin (USA)
June 8th Gigabyte Z77

Hiwa (Switzerland)

Young Pro (Australia)

HiCookie (Taiwan)

Dinos22 (Australia)

As G.Skill's first overclocking invitational, they will need to push hard for success, and they made sure to have the best record-breaking chance possible by inviting some of the world's best overclockers. As a personal fan of G.Skill, I'm rooting for them to break the RAM overclocking record!

Source: G.Skill