CES 2014: Gigabyte Hosting Extreme Overclocking Event

Subject: General Tech, Motherboards, Shows and Expos | January 3, 2014 - 11:28 PM |
Tagged: overclocking, gigabyte, CES 2014, CES, brix

Gigabyte will be hosting the 2014 CES Extreme Overclocking Event in Las Vegas next week. The event will see overclocking talent such as Hicookie and Dinos22 (and other overclockers from around the world) attempt to break world overclocking records on the company's Z87X-OC motherboards The event is sponsored by Gigabyte, Intel, G.Skill, and Enermax who will respectively provide Haswell Core i7 processors, DDR3 memory modules, and power supplies.

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If you are headed to CES or live in the area, the event will be held on January 6th from 2pm to 7pm at the Caesar's Palace Convention Center in the Octavius Ballroom (rooms five and six). The address is as follows:

Caesar’s Palace Convention Center

Octavius Ballroom 5 & 6

3570 Las Vegas Boulevard

Las Vegas, NV 89109

Attendees can expect to see overclocking competitions, attempts at world records, and a large showcase of Gigabyte products which will be on display. Food and refreshments will be available as well.

As mentioned, in addition to overclocking, Gigabyte will be showing off its latest motherboards and compact BRIX computers. Motherboards include the Z87X-OC, Z87X-UD7-TH, G1.Sniper, and Mini ITX F2A88XN-WiFi. On the mini PC front, Gigabyte is showing off the BRIX Pro (Intel i7 4770R with Iris Pro Graphics 5200) and BRIX Projector (75 lumen LED backlit projector and stereo speakers) machines.

Stay tuned to PC Perspective for more CES 2014 news as it develops.

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Source: Gigabyte
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