GIGABYTE announced the WorldWide Final for the GOOC 2010, that will take place in Taiwan in end of September.
The final list of people invited can be found on the official GOOC Website as follow :
Go OC 2010 is the biggest and most expensive overclocking event that we’ve ever put on and we have tried to keep it interesting with new rules and benchmarks that were suggested to us after last year’s final (FYI, we’ll probably have 3D benchmarks again in Go OC 2011). With the new benchmarks come new challenges in preventing what we like to call ‘creative benching’, so we want the judges to be seasoned overclockers who are qualified to adjudicate. And so the judges are Hicookie (head judge), Dinos22, Benny Lodewijk Nitolo Lase (4th time Go OC judge), Deanzo, T_M (3rd time Go OC judge), Rockson (GIGABYTE technical marketing manager), Janus (GIGABYTE technical marketing engineer), and two GIGABYTE R&D engineers who overclock as part of their new product debugging and testing. Some basic mathematics will tell you that there is a judge for every two overclockers. This list may change due to unforeseen issues, and we are announcing it now because we want everyone to know what our intentions are at present – none of these judges have been eliminated in previous Go OC 2010 events.