Friday, October 6, 2017

Thursday, August 17, 2017

AMD Ryzen 3 1200, is it good enough for major gaming titles, Techcity does the testing!

We've noticed that Techcity did some good testing on the AMD Ryzen 3 1200 paired with a GIGABYTE AB350 gaming board. It turns out that overclocking the CPU really gives it a serious performance boost, check it out!

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

X399 overclocking guide is here!

Here we go guys, the X399 overclocking guide is ready. Check it out the following link for more details.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Intel Core i9 7960X 16-core monster spotted doing 5.6GHz, setting records!

The new Intel Core i9 16-core, 32-thread monster is out and about. We noticed a whole bunch of overclocking records being set in the 16 core processor category and 7960X is the new king. GIGABYTE X299 board was once again the go to weapon to help achieve these records. The craziest part was that it ran as high as 5.6GHz in a multithreaded benchmark (all cored loaded). Liquid nitrogen was obviously needed to keep this bad boy cool.

Congratulations to all!

Monday, August 7, 2017

The king of 3DMARK01 is back, TeamAU with a monster world record showing how it's done

TeamAU is back at it with 3DMARK01 world record going down today. They also broke a historic 72K points in 3DMARK06 to retake the world record in that benchmark as well.

GIGABYTE X299 and Intel Core i7 7740X powered these records and we want to congratulate TeamAU on this achievement.

Thursday, August 3, 2017

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

Who's up for some GIGABYTE GeekRap Competition?

Yes, you've read that right, Overclockers Australia forum is hosting an overclocking competition with a bit of geek rap in the mix as well! We've seen these before and they were hilarious, ended up in some seriously funny (and a little foul) roasting rap sessions between OCers. 

Here is a link to the forum for those interested:

Monday, July 24, 2017

GIGABYTE Beat the Heat: Contest Update – Noliso (Germany) Leads

HWBOT news

With Summer temperatures soaring in many regions around the world at the moment, it’s an apt time to take a look at how the GIGABYTE Beat the Heat contest is panning out over on OC-ESPORTS. The contest is GIGABYTE’s fifth contest of the year so far and as with previous contest, the company is not shy when it comes to offering attractive prizes. Winners can expect to walk away with really nice hardware that in total amounts to more than $2,500 USD. Let’s a take a quick look at the standings and scores as they stand at the moment with around eleven days to go:

GIGABYTE Beat the Heat: July 1st to July 31st 2017

The GIGABYTE Beat the Heat contest runs throughout the month of July here on OC-ESPORTS and is centered on 2D benchmarks and the latest non-HEDT platforms. All contestants must use a GIGABYTE motherboard. The contest is divided into the following four stages each featuring a 5GHz CPU frequency limitation and a specific benchmark:

Stage 1: XTU 5GHz
Stage 2: GPUPI for CPU–1B 5GHz
Stage 3: Geekbench3 Single–Core 5GHz
Stage 4: HWBOT x265 Benchmark–4k 5GHz

Catch the full update article here on OC-ESPORTS.