Go sub-zero with GIGABYTE - in Perth!!!

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Go sub-zero with GIGABYTE - in Perth!!!

GIGABYTE's hosting an Extreme Overclocking Workshop in Perth in March - and it's open to some very lucky Atomicans! This is your chance to learn from the best in the sub-zero business!

 

Do you want to learn the ins and outs of extreme, sub-zero overclocking? Do you want to learn from the best overclockers our country has to offer? Do you live in Perth?

Well, it's soon going to be your lucky day!

GIGABYTE's hosting an Extreme Overclocking Workshop on the 25th of March - this month! - and 12 lucky Atomicans can come along and take part. The workshop's going to be run by OC veterans TeamAU, Australia's best overclockers. These guys regularly compete on the international overclocking stage, and are a great bunch of lads to boot.

Not only will the workshop feature literal bucket loads of liquid nitrogen (about 800 LITRES of the stuff), but it'll happen on cutting edge overclocking gear, provided by GIGABYTE, Intel, Kingston and Thermaltake. If you want to see what the last event, up in Brisbane, looked like, check out our gallery, right here.

Plus, our very own Matt Wilson - no sub-zero slouch himself, will be attending, recording the event for posterity and most likely getting a little chilled down himself. It's going to be a great couple of days tech!

If you fancy this, then you better get cracking. The first 12 readers to email me will make the cut. Once you're registered, we'll send on the details of the event to the lucky winners!

Good luck!

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