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GIGABYTE Announces ‘Locked n Loaded’ Contest at HWBOT

GIGABYTE Announces ‘Locked n Loaded’ Contest at HWBOT

GIGABYTE TECHNOLGY Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of motherboards and graphics cards, today announced its latest overclocking competition in conjunction with HWBOT.org, the ‘Locked ‘n’ Loaded’ Contest’.

The GIGABYTE ‘Locked ‘n’ Loaded’ Contest is open to all Overclockers using any Intel® Core™ Sandy Bridge processor on any GIGABYTE socket LGA 1155 motherboard using any cooling solution. To create a more even playing field, the GIGABYTE ‘Locked ‘n’ Loaded Contest’ requires all Sandy Bridge processors to be ‘Locked’ with a multiplier of 31x. So, even if you are running an Intel® Core™ i3 2100 at 3.1GHz, you can still compete for some awesome prizes. The contest winner will take home a GIGABYTE Z68XP-UD4 motherboard with second place taking a Z68XP-UD3P and third claiming a Z68XP-UD3. Good luck folks!

Stage 1: Maximum DDR3 Speed in CPUz

Stage 2: Fastest Super PI 32M   

This contest will run for one month, from October 1st 2011 with final score submissions on October 31st. Note: In the event of a tied score, the maximum DDR3 speed will determine the winner.

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