GIGABYTE Announce GO OC 2010 Worldwide Final Champion
Patrick "MACMAC" MacMillan
GIGABYTE have just officially revealed the winner of the Gigabyte Open Overclocking Championship 2010 Worldwide Final event that was held over the weekend.
Here's what they had to say:
"Taipei, Taiwan, September 25, 2010 The GIGABYTE Open Overclocking Championship (GO OC) 2010, the worlds largest Overclocking competition, successfully took place September 25, 2010. A total of 15 teams from 5 regional finals gathered at the Hua-Shan Creative Park (East 3 Hall) in Taipei, Taiwan to compete for the title of the GO OC 2010 World champion. After 4 hours 50 minutes of serious competition, GIGABYTE is pleased to announce that Matose from Romania was crowned GO OC 2010 Worldwide Final champion. Matose was able to maintain his lead throughout most of the competition with 64 points including the top score for Pifast at 13.830 seconds. Second place was stephenyeong from Hong Kong with 52 points and third place went to speedtime.wing from China with 42 points.
We are setting a remarkable record of our own, by being host to the worlds largest overclocking contest, said Dandy Yeh, President of GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD in his opening speech for GO OC 2010. as a leading motherboard manufacturer, GIGABYTE is committed to delivering the very latest technologies and innovative products to our customers, and we promise to continue developing high-performance, market leading technologies in the future. he added."
In the end, three men distinguished themselves from the 15 competitors from 13 different countries that took part in the championship. One man in particular led the competition for most of its length and ended up being the eventual champion.
Without further ado, here are winners:
Both Speedtime.wing and Jengkol received the same total points, but as per the rules the competitor with the highest Pifast result would have the advantage in the standings.
Click here to check out a Photo Tour of GO OC 2010 Worldwide Final.
Click here to visit the official GO OC 2010 website.
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