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Taipei, Taiwan – G.SKILL International Enterprise Co., Ltd., the world’s leading manufacturer of extreme performance memory and gaming peripherals, is excited to announce the 6th Annual OC World Cup 2019. The online qualifier competition stage will be held from March 13, 2019 until April 16, 2019 on hwbot.org.The top 9 winners of the online qualifier will be qualified to join the live competition at the G.SKILL booth during Computex 2019 week from May 29th to 31st and compete for a chunk of the $25,000 USD cash prize pool. Annual World Class Event of the OC Community With the participation of top overclockers from around the world and carefully designed rules, G.SKILL OC World Cup is considered as one of the most challenging overclocking competition by professional overclockers. The G.SKILL OC World Cup consists of three rounds: Online Qualifier, Live Qualifier, and Grand Final. The top 9 winners of the Online Qualifier will receive eligibility to enter the Live Qualifier stage during Computex 2019 and demonstrate their finest LN2 extreme overclocking skills at the G.SKILL booth. Competition time: Online Qualifier: March 13 - April 16, 2019 Live Qualifier: May 28 – May 30, 2019 at G.SKILL Computex booth Grand Final: May 31, 2019 at G.SKILL Computex booth GENERAL COMPETITION RULES HWBOT and G.SKILL reserve the right to reject any entry HWBOT and G.SKILL have the right to ask for video proof if needed. Employees of MB/VGA/Memory/CPU/PSU manufacturers are not allowed to compete. No hardware sharing is allowed. It is not allowed to remove submissions once it has been submitted. After the end of the competition, no more submissions or rectifications will be allowed. All submissions must include a picture of their rig (MB, VGA, memory, CPU cooler) during use. All submissions must include a picture of G.SKILL memory with heatsink and serial number. If the heatsink is removed, the picture must clearly show the PCB and IC. We expect fair play from everyone. HWBOT and G.SKILL reserve the right to remove results and/or participants who compete unfairly. The decision is final and will not be discussed afterwards. Examples of unacceptable behavior: Influence others’ submissions to profit your ranking Deliberately make a mistake in the submissions process and ask later for change All submissions must include the official OC World Cup 2019 desktop wallpaper, available soon Hardware Must use commercially / retail available components. ES is not allowed Participants must use Intel Z390/Z370/Z270/Z170 Platforms Retail Biosses must be used or beta Biosses (release date not later than the 10th of April & available to the Bot users) Participants must use G.SKILL DDR4 memory. Lucky Draw Prize for online qualifier G.SKILL Trident Z Royal DDR4-3600 2x8GB(16GB) memory Current Stages ( finalised ) Stage 1: DDR4 Frequency Stage 2: SuperPi 32m Stage 3: Geekbench 3 Memory Performance (Single core benchmark) Stage 4: 3DMARK11 Performance v1.0.132(only) on the IGP POINTS PER STAGE: 50-48-46-42-40-38-36-34-32-30-28-26-24-22-20-18-16-14-12-10-8-6-4-2-0 Raising the Total Cash Prize Pool to $25,000 USD To give back to the extreme overclocking community, G.SKILL will be raising the total cash prize pool to $25,000 USD for OC World Cup 2019. The champion will receive a whopping grand prize of $10K USD – the largest single cash prize sum in the overclocking community. Additionally, for the first time in the history of OC World Cup, the total number of contestants for the Live Qualifier stage will also be increased from 6 to 9 participants to provide more opportunities for the overclocking community. For a breakdown of the cash prize at OC World Cup 2019, please see below: Champion: USD $10,000 2nd: USD $3,500 3rd: USD $2,500 4th: USD $2,000 5th: USD $1,800 6th: USD $1,600 7th: USD $1,400 8th: USD $1,200 9th: USD $1,000 MODERATION IN PROGRESS, a new thread for the Qualified contestants will pop up soon