Just in case you missed our live coverage, the Gigabyte Open Overclocking Championship 2010 Worldwide Final event took place this weekend on September 25th.
After about 90 minutes of setup and a little under 5 hours of non-stop overclocking involving Pifast, Wprime 32M, Super PI 32M, and MAXXMEM, one man emerged victorious from the fifteen overclockers (from 13 countries) who were competing in this third annual championship.
In the end, or more precisely throughout most of the event, Romanian overclocker Matose was the scoreboard leader and ultimate GO OC 2010 worldwide champion.
Joining Matose in the winner’s circle were stephenyeong (from Hong Kong) who came in second, and speedtime.wing (from PRC) who came in third. They put had very solid performances, and they each just slightly fell short of taking the overall points lead.
Speaking of which, here is the final scoreboard:
As you can see, 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.
As always, we will as have our thorough Event Report posted in about a week, so keep an eye out for that if you’re interested in getting the most comprehensive look possible of this year’s event.
For full details on the GOOC 2010 Worldwide Final, including prizes, regulations, contestants and other information, visit: http://gooc2010.gigabyte.com