Stream – ASUS ROG Camp 2016

This year again, ASUS in Germany is back with a second season of it’s ROG Camp event series. These events are all about fostering the next generation of extreme overclockers – and from what we’ve seen – they are ferociously effective!

ROG Camp 2016 Competition Details

The ROG Camp is always in two phases. First it starts off with an open online qualifiers hosted at OC-Esports. It is limited to overclockers from the Germany, Switzerland and Austria regions. (Competiton page). Of course, such qualifier is also limited to overclockers that have never done LN2 overclocking before.

Then, once the qualifiers are done, the top 8 overclockers are invited for a 2 days event where the following two activities are prepared for them:

  1. First Day : Extreme Overclocking training by Roman Hartung (aka der8auer)
  2. Second Day : Extreme Overclocking competition

On the first day, each overclocker is being taught the basics of extreme overclocking. Roman explains them how to insulate their motherboard, how to mount an LN2 pot and gives them some tips, tricks and valuable advises to safely bench with liquid nitrogen. They have the whole day to practice.
On the second day, no more practice – things are serious! The 8 overclockers are pitted against each other in a live tournament for some cool prizes and of course, pride and glory!

This years participating overclockers are:

  • Nik from Germany
  • SirTryAlot from Switzerland
  • TAGG from Austria
  • Punk Sods from Germany
  • P5ych0 from Germany
  • websmile from Germany
  • Sporrdig from Switzerland
  • Bene1166 from Germany

Note that a time of writing, scores had not been confirmed yet and we may adjust the above list.

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Live stream from the ASUS ROG Camp 2016

This year again, OverClocking-TV will be present on location to share with your the highlights of this event with pictures, videos and live overclocking streams. With this event, we are taking a more “educational” approach giving a focus on showing you how to prepare a system for liquid nitrogen overclocking and explaining how things work in general. Your two hosts for this show will be Trouffman and Buildzoid.

Stream schedule

The stream schedule for this event is the following:

  • Day1 – How-To XOC and Q&A: Friday December 2nd from 11am to 5pm
  • Day 2 – ROG Camp Competition : Saturday December 3rd from 11am to 5pm

All times can be converted to your local time zone through the following link.

We are looking forward to see you on the steam. Make sure to follow the OverClocking-TV Twitch channel upfront to get notified when we are live.

Stream – HWBOT World Championship 2016 Finals

After 6 live qualifiers and 1 online qualifier this year, the HWBOT World Tour and it’s World Series overclocking tournament is touching to an end. On December 4th 2016, HWBOT will be hosting the finals, the “HWBOT World Championship” in Berlin, Germany and we are looking forward to be there!

Competition details

The HWBOT World Championship final competition will be featuring top overclockers from all over the world. This is the largest ever live tournament with overclockers who qualified through local qualifiers across 5 continents. HWBOT went to find the best of the best, a true celebration of pure performance and skills!

Participating overclockers are:

  • PXHX from Brazil
  • DrWeez from South Africa
  • Bullshooter from Germany
  • Marc0053 from Canada
  • Xtreme Addict from Poland
  • Hazzan from Indonesia
  • Lucky_n00b from Indonesia
  • + seed = ROG Camp 2016 winner

HWBOT World Championship 2016 participants

Key element here, each competitor is required to compete on hardware by the brand that sponsored the World Tour stop where he qualified. Rest of the rules have already been announced at HWBOT, you can check them out it here.

Live stream from the HWBOT World Championship 2016

Sticking with the tradition from the HWBOT World Tour 2016, OverClocking-TV will be present to stream live the finals from the World Championship. Focus as usual will be on the 1v1 matches with an insightful commentary from our stream hosts Trouffman and Buildzoid.

Stream schedule

The stream schedule for these finals will be simple: we will be live the complete day. From 10am until 7pm local time in Berlin.

  • Overclocker Preparation: from 8:30am until 9:30am
  • Qualifiers : from 10am until 1pm
  • Final matches : from 2pm until 6:30pm
  • Award ceremony : from 6:30pm until 7pm

All times can be converted to your local time zone through the following link.

Stream hosts

For this stream we secured two of our most iconic stream hosts: Trouffman and Buildzoid. Both will be tasked to host an exiting show with an insightful commentary which is aimed at the technical and less technical audience.

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We are looking forward to see you on the steam. Make sure to follow the OverClocking-TV Twitch channel upfront to get notified when we are live.

Aftermovie & replay of the HWT Asia Computex Qualifier

The HWBOT World Tour Asia Computex is behind us and it was awesome. This was an impressive milestone from both a personal and a team-work point-of-view.

From the size, it was the biggest space we had to deal with for both managing the space for the coverage but also the location, on the main passage hall of the Computex (arguably the most important tradeshow about PC Hardware). From the duration, it was a crazy complete week, with matches everyday this during one of the most hardware-news related week of the year, it was both a week-long thrill and an intense marathon against fatigue mentally and physically.

After five days of live casting the preparations and everyday matches at what is undeniably the biggest booth of the tradeshow, we wanted to give this aftermovie a different taste, with commentary and the smiles & happiness that made this event one to remember.

With a dozen of extreme overclockers with a free-supply of Liquid Nitrogen (-196c) and the horde of amateurs that passed by the area to discover and try the newly launched Intel Core i7 6950X CPU, we gathered some of the best moments in this aftermovie.

We have also uploaded the entirety of the Matches replay for you to experience the every day battle leading to the Final.

Each day featured it’s face-to-face (1v1) battle among the top athletes of this day qualifier, winner of the battle is granted access to the Qualifier Final.

In the end, Xtreme_Addict won his golden ticket to the Overclocking World Championship that will be streamed live on OverClocking-TV on December 4th.

Until next time, Keep Pushing It !

Stream Announcement – HWBOT World Tour Asia Pacific

The HWBOT World Tour is now entering the final phase of it’s world wide event series for 2016. The final fully fledge world tour stop will be held next weekend at the Yogyakomtec expo in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. This will be the Asia Pacific event.

A familiar place?

The name might ring a bell, and you are right. We’ve been to this venue already. It was two years ago for the famous AOCT competition held by JagatReview. For this stop, HWBOT is partnering up with JagatReview to host the World Tour as a joint event with the AOCT and we are delighted to be there to cover the event.

World Tour Asia Pacific Stream Schedule

Most of the details regarding the event itself are already online on HWBOT and Jagat Review – so we’ll let you check these sites to learn more. On our side, as far as streaming goes, we are taking arrangements to bring to you the essentials from the 5 days long event – with of course a focus on competitive overclocking.

Here is our planned streaming schedule:

AOCT 2016

  • Qualifiers (each day recap): September 3 / 4 from 4pm (GMT+7) to 7pm
  • Finals : September 5th 11am (GMT+7) to 8pm

HWBOT World Series

  • Qualifiers (end / recap) : September 6th 3pm (GMT+7) to 6pm
  • Finals : September 7th 10am (GMT+7) to 6pm

Now we will most likely be streaming outside these times with small updates regarding each of the competitions / competitors (especially for the AOCT as the structure is slightly more complex). So keep an eye on the channel all the day.

Use this link to check the times in your local timezones ;)

We are looking forward to see you on the chat! As usual, the stream will be available form our Twitch channel, or our Facebook page as an alternative / low bandwidth location.

Open Benchtable Officially Launched, Community Edition Available Now for $149

OverClocking-TV HWBOT and Streacom Bring the Open Benchtable to Market, a Portable Benchtable for Enthusiasts and Professionals


August 23, 2016 – OverClocking-TV is today delighted to announce the official arrival of the Open Benchtable, a lightweight, toolless benchtable that has been designed specifically for portability and ease of use. Co-developed with HWBOT and Streacom, the Open Benchtable is a community-developed product that towers above current offerings in terms of portability, esthetics and general design.

Being 8mm thick and weighing a mere 1.82kg, the Open Benchtable is uniquely designed for travelling overclockers, enthusiasts and technical professionals who need put together a full open PC while on the road. It uniquely integrates all the components needed to quickly set up a benching or test platform including; standoffs, screws and brackets. Welcome to the next level of convenience and portability.

“The Open Benchtable story starts with a group of community members recognising the need for a wholly more portable benchtable solution,” commented Timothée Pineau, head of Project Development at HWBOT and VP of OverClocking-TV. “The design of the Open Benchtable has continued to evolve and improve with more OC community members contributing to help us finally arrive at the incredible design we have today.”

The Open Benchtable: True portability – Uniquely Designed, Ingeniously Implemented.

The Open Benchtable has been designed from day one with one key question in mind – how can we design a fully functional benchtable that is also 100% portable? Today, Overclocking is a community driven hobby and Esport where overclockers are willing to traverse the globe to bench with and compete against other like-minded people. The project has now developed a benchtable that is highly suited to the needs of a travelling PC enthusiast, overclocker, or any professional who needs to test components in the field.


The main body of the Open Benchtable is made of machined, anodized aluminum which offers fantastic rigidity while also being extremely lightweight. The body also features an integrated carry handle with legs, standoffs, and brackets all seamlessly stowed within. This means no moving (or indeed rattling) parts when in transit.


Open Benchtable: Key Features

  • Ultra Portability
    • Weights 1.82kg and is 8mm thin. Includes an integrated carry handle.
  • Full Component Integration
    • Main body integrates the legs, mounting brackets, standoffs and thumbscrews – everything you need to quickly set up an open rig.
  • Toolless Design
    • The entire product uses thumbscrews meaning you won’t even need to bring your screwdriver with you. Motherboard standoffs include traditional and convenient pushpin options.
  • True Versatility
    • Supports all form factor motherboards, plus up to four VGA cards. Integrated mounting brackets support system fans and radiators in a variety of configurations.

Open Benchtable: Community Edition – Available Now for $149

The HWBOT Community Edition is available now direct from for US $149 and includes a limited edition travelers sleeve. The Community Edition is limited to run of 200 units only:


The Open Benchtable Project

Another crucial aspect of the Open Benchtable project is that its design is open to third party developers of additional accessories. Started by HWBOT and OverClocking-TV and later joined by Streacom, the project will allow full access to the blueprint files of this final product revision. This allows third party developers to build accessories that are compatible with all Open Benchtable products, plus modify and share their design improvements.

Ultimately, community enthusiasts will be able to share their own unique accessory designs and 3D files on the Open Benchtable site for others to use. Blueprints and other design related documentation will made publicly available later in Q3 2016.

To learn more about the Open Benchtable project, visit this website:

Streacom, An Open Benchtable Partner

Streacom offer a range of products including active and passive cooled chassis, valve amplifiers, embedded home entertainment solutions, and other complimentary computer accessories. Streacom also offers OEM/ODM services to companies that require customized or newly developed products that span the entire service spectrum, from ‘design to delivery’.

OverClocking-TV is the home of overclocking broadcasting, providing the best coverage of overclocking events and contests, plus streaming coverage of individual benching sessions and more. Fasten your seatbelt, grab some popcorn and get overclocked.


HWBOT has been involved with maintaining overclocking submission databases and monitoring and regulating overclocking leagues, records and contests since 2006. The core mission is to help grow the enthusiast community of overclocking around the world with a clear emphasis on inclusion, fairness and growth. HWBOT exists to promote overclocking at all levels, abilities and budgets, reshaping something that began as an enthusiast hobby, into a globally respected Esport. Above all however, HWBOT wants you to keep pushing!

If you have any questions regarding this announcement or any other questions in general regarding HWBOT, please contact us at: contact [at}

Questions or enquiries related to the Open Benchtable project can be forwarded to: contact [at}