HWBOT Announces The ASUS ROG Camp 2016


Today we are pleased to announce the return of the ASUS ROG Camp in 2016. The idea behind the ROG Camp is give overclockers with little or no experience of extreme sub-zero competitive overclocking a chance to get up to speed. An online qualification contest will be followed by eight overclocker attending a day-long LN2 workshop, followed by a day of competitive extreme overclocking.

As an extra incentive, the winner of the ASUS ROG Camp 2016 will be awarded with a ticket to compete at the HWBOT World Championship 2016

The ROG Camp 2016 is sponsored by ASUS, Der8auer ECC and Apacer and will hosted in conjunction with HWBOT and OC-ESPORTS. The event will be held at Caseking in Berlin, Germany on December 2nd and 3rd with select Apprentice, Enthusiast, Novice and Rookie overclockers invited to learn the art of sub-zero Overclocking from respected German overclocker der8auer.


An online overclocking competition will held on OC-ESPORTS to determine the eight overclockers that are invited to the ROG Camp in December. The contest will consist of five stages and is open all Apprentice, Enthusiast, Novice and Rookie overclockers from the DACH region (Germany, Austria and Switzerland).

Overclockers don’t have to submit in all five stages. The best scores from three stages will count towards the final score. The top eight will qualify for the ROG Camp 2016. Competing overclockers must never have used LN2 before (dry ice and single stage is OK). Processor cooling for the contest is limited to Air (Stock), Air (Custom), Water (Custom), AIO Water.

Visit the ROG Camp 2016 Qualifier contest page on OC-ESPORTS here for more details: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/asus_rogcamp16_qual


The ROG Camp 2016 online qualifier will also offer an ASUS ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1070 as a lucky draw prize. All participants will be entered in the lucky draw.



The top eight qualifiers from the ROG Qualification contest will be invited to learn and compete at the ASUS ROG Camp, hosted at Caseking headquarters in Berlin. Accommodation expenses for one night, plus expenses at the event will be covered by ASUS (note: travel expenses to the event will not be covered). The ROG Camp will be held over two days and include the following:

Day 1 – The eight qualifiers will be treated to a comprehensive workshop about extreme, sub-zero overclocking, specifically using LN2. Highly experienced Elite overclocker der8auer will teach Camp attendees all the skill and techniques needed to be a competitive extreme overclocker.

Day 2 – Qualifiers will compete head on across three stages in a live contest to decide who the winner of the ROG Camp 2016.

More details about the ROG Camp 2016 can be found here: http://oc-esports.io/#!/round/asus_rogcamp16_qual/

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