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GIGABYTE Z97-Pentium® AE Beat the Heat Challenge to be Hosted on HWBOT

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Doctoral Thesis Industrial Engineering

http://korma.hram.by/?dissertation-ses-conflits-du-travail Dissertation Ses Conflits Du Travail Stage 1: XTU Submission deadline: Sunday, September 7th
Stage 2: HWBOT Prime
Submission deadline: Sunday, September 7th
Stage 3: Super Pi 32M
Submission deadline: Sunday, September 14th
Stage 4: Memory Clock
Submission deadline: Sunday, September 21st
Stage 5: CPU Frequency clock
Submission deadline: Sunday, September 28th

All submissions must be made using a GIGABYTE 9 series motherboard (except Z97 SOC FORCE LN2) and retail Intel® Pentium® G3258. All screenshot submissions must include the competition wallpaper including the benchmark score. All submissions must include a picture of the rig used, including competition background. Usual HWBOT submission and verification rules apply. Stage 1 is open to HWBOT Enthusiast, Rookie and Novice overclockers only using Air/Water cooling, LN2 not allowed. Stages 2 to 5 are open to all HWBOT overclockers. To remain qualified, the participants of Stage 2 to Stage 5 MUST submit a score before the deadline. For the lucky draw, the G-Powerboard kit version (Nvidia/AMD) will be sent randomly. Winners of Stage 1 and Stage 2 to 5 will be excluded from the Lucky draw.

Medical Student Personal Statement Stage 1:
1st place gets 1 point.
Stage 2 to 5:
For each stage

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Criminal Justice Term Paper Stage 1
1st place receives $500 USD
Stage 2 to 5
1st place receives $1,000 USD and a Z97X-SOC FORCE LN2
2nd place receives $500 USD
3rd place receives a Z97X-SOC FORCE LN2 motherboard
Lucky draw (To be held at the end of the competition)

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