Sunday, May 1, 2011

SuicidePhoenix wins GIGABYTE Initial K Contest, crazy finish to the tightest battle on HWBOT yet!

HWBOT.ORG held the GIGABYTE Initial K Contest based on Intel Sandy Bridge platform in April. It just finished with a thrilling final day of continuous lead changes.

In the final day of the competition, Predator from Spain was the first to take the lead, followed by Mad222. At this point it looked like Mad was going to take it out but the fat lady didn’t sing just yet. Out of nowhere come SuicidePhoenix from Germany and Coolbits from Italy and leave the final score deadlocked at 48 points each with some blistering runs over 5.9GHz with P67A-UD7 and P67A-UD5.

SuicidePhoenix won due winning more stages. HWBOT reported 85x 5.6G+ results and 16x top-5 hw-ranks. Quality overclocking with GIGABYTE P67 boards and 2500/2600K CPUs for sure!



Congrats to SuicidePhoenix for winning GIGABYTE’s new flagship overclocking board!


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