We are back with one more news about the ASUS AOOC 2013. Today we are happily able to confirm a few more things about the event in addition to the contest rules, early hardware details and venue that we’ve already told you about in previous episodes.
AOOC 2013 – Competition Hardware
Competition hardware is a little bit like knowing what tires your race car will be fitting on for the coming race. This week in their announcement PR, ASUS shared the final hardware list for the contest which is the following:
- Motherboard: ASUS Maximus VI Extreme
- Processor: Intel Corei7 4770k
- Graphics: ASUS GTX780 Direct CU II OC
- Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro CMY8GX3M2B2800C12R
- Storage: Corsair Neutron 128 Gb
- Power Supply: Corsair AX1200i
The ASUS hardware side of things being already announced earlier, the only really new news here is the coming on-board of Corsair which is a great thing to see. It seems that the brand has been quite active lately at polishing it’s extreme / enthusiast side of business by supporting more and more events surrounding the OC Scene. Think here OCAU event in Australia, the Computex Main OC event, the IFA OC events and also the coming MSI MOA. Nice move Corsair – we have already some thoughts on who helped the brand to accomplish the push ;)
AOOC 2013 Judges
Judges hold a key role for each overclocking events. For this event, ASUS announced the following
ASUS Open Overclocking Cup 2013 will be refereed by the world-famous overclockers Semjons “TaPaKaH” Avdejevs and Petri “SF3D” Korhonen.
Both are iconic figures of the OC scene and will be providing their wisdom and guidance as master judges for this event.
This is it for the moment, we will make sure to keep you updated as soon as something new pops on our radar!