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MSI's Master Overclocking Arena 2008

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Jaguar_Infinity 16th November 2008, 17:20 Quote
Well done to all the teams. sounds like it was a good competiton.
yeknom 16th November 2008, 18:35 Quote
Sounds like a lot of fun ^^
Skiddywinks 16th November 2008, 22:29 Quote
What VGAs were they using? I quickly scanned the whole article again but couldn't find any mention of which ones they were.
Tim S 16th November 2008, 22:40 Quote
GeForce 9800 GTX+
metarinka 17th November 2008, 04:18 Quote
what was the lead 3d mark 01 score? I didn't see it mentioned?
metarinka 17th November 2008, 04:19 Quote
or there it is 100,344 ! I remember when 30,000 was broken by some oc'er a few years back and that was a big deal. Wow!
HourBeforeDawn 17th November 2008, 05:11 Quote
wow is it me or has Bit-Tech learned from their last OC coverage... me thinks so, this was a far far far better coverage from BT then I have seen in a while so props for getting better coverage this time around and listening to the numerous amounts of complaints from the last one, no Im serious this article was great first one I have read completely through in a while now. Although I still think a little bit of video coverage would be awesome to see them tinkering and what not. ^_^

Oh I wish they would have used like I dont know 3dmark 05 at least for doing their runs versus 01se... oh well still looked umm cool =p
[USRF]Obiwan 17th November 2008, 08:48 Quote
I liked the pics and especially the final thoughts. I was heavily into sub-zero peltier cooling during the BP6 age. Even fried 2 BP6 mobo's and one cpu in one week, one because water going through the insulation dripping on the AGP slot and one time molten the socket because the peltier was the wrong way around. Yeah stupid mistakes but learned a lot and had big fun at the time.
Redbeaver 17th November 2008, 18:52 Quote
Indonesia ftw!! :D sebangsa setanah air!
Gremlin 18th November 2008, 03:15 Quote
Awesome article as usual tim, one question though have you ever thought about at the end listing the teams finishing places and scores for those of up interested in such things? I think it'd be pretty interesting to see those scores etc
psychoti 18th November 2008, 11:00 Quote
"With Greece coming from nowhere in the final stages..."
Dude its always like this!! :D
Tim S 18th November 2008, 13:43 Quote
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Originally Posted by Gremlin
Awesome article as usual tim, one question though have you ever thought about at the end listing the teams finishing places and scores for those of up interested in such things? I think it'd be pretty interesting to see those scores etc

Thanks, I've added a link to the final scoreboard from MSI's official Master Overclocking Arena website to the final page.

http://www.oc-arena.com/scoreboard.php
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Originally Posted by psychoti
"With Greece coming from nowhere in the final stages..."
Dude its always like this!! :D

Yeah, they were getting very close to posting great scores, but it took them until the final minutes of each session to get them. They were probably the most exciting team to watch because they were literally pushing the limit - they had so many black screens/reboots mid-benchmark that it made for exciting stuff.
GregTheRotter 19th November 2008, 19:31 Quote
Gooooooo Greece! Tous ekanes me ta kremidia, ala giati then pirate tin proti thesi re paparia!!

Erm, Greek to English translation; well done Greece :D
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