T0lsty from Ukraine Victorious In MSI 2013 Master Overclocking Arena
World renowned motherboard and graphics card manufacturer, MSI, presents the sixth edition of the Master Overclocking Arena (MOA) Grand Finals, with 16 contestants representing 13 different countries. The first day provided three intense overclocking battles during the first battleround, with the international media and global overclocking enthusiasts watching closely. In the end, T0lsty from Ukraine won the final honors with his amazing performance and became the 2013 MOA champion. T0lsty took home $3,000 US in prize money and professional equipment worth nearly $3,000 US.
Top 3 Extreme MOA Battle Winners
A dynamic person in the overclocking community, 2013 MOA Champion T0lsty from Ukraine has won many awards throughout the years. He is also one of the favorites to win this year’s online champion prediction contest. Second place went to Lucky_n00b from the Indonesia, along with $2,000 US of prize money. Third place was taken by Xtreme_Addict of Poland, who took home $1,000 US. Each of these winners also took home professional level equipment worth nearly $3,000 US.
Sophisticated Equipment for Optimal Capacity
To help the overclockers achieve the best possible results, each contestant was provided with the extreme Z87 MPOWER MAX motherboard and a GTX 780 LIGHTNING graphics card. MSI collaborated with many other sponsors to provide contestants with the equipment they needed to break world records. Sponsored equipment such as an Intel® Core™ i7-4770K Processor, Cooler Master Silent Pro M2 1500W Power Supply, Corsair Vengeance® Pro Series - 8GB Memory Kit, Plextor M5 Pro Xtreme SSD and BenQ XL2420T LCD Monitor.
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