It is only a week or so until the next episode of The OC Show features in The Overclocker magazine and to warm up we'd like to share the fourth episode of the series with you. In this episode we have Trouffman on as guest and talk about the overclocking happenings at Computex, including the Gathering, we cover the new Devil's Canyon CPUs and of course talk about the Pentium Anniversary Edition.
This episode aired 2nd of June. Enjoy!
The OC Show Concept
As The Overclocker moved to a new publishing platform, Neo (editor-in-chief) informed us it is now possible to embed videos in the magazine. He suggested to embed an OCTV video in each magazine. The response from OCTV was very positive, and quickly the idea rose to do a bimonthly chit-chat talk about overclocking related topics.
In each episode, Pieter (Massman - HWBOT) and Tim (Xyala - OCTV) cover things that happened in the overclocking community. This includes upcoming events, new hardware releases, interesting overclocking records, benchmark discussions, and maybe even a tiny bit of industry gossip. "This is long overdue" says Tim, "but now that OCTV and HWBOT are both located in Taiwan, setting up this kind of initiative is much easier." HWBOT and OCTV have collaborated on several productions in the past. The OC Show marks as a first long-term scheduled partnership.
"TheOverclocker is today's main go-to magazine-style read for overclockers and hardware enthusiasts" says Tim, "it makes sense to share our content to the TOC readers first." Of course this video is also hosted on the OCTV YouTube channel, and can be shared and embedded by everyone.
In This Episode
In the fourth episode of The OC Show, we look back at all the overclocking activities of Computex 2014. We focus on the competitions of Intel, HyperX and G.SKILL and share our thoughts on the HWBOT OC Anniversary Gathering post-Computex event. We also cover Intel's new Devil's Canyon and Pentium Anniversary Edition and contemplate on what next year will bring for overclocking.
Aug 25, 2014 - article - theoverclocker.com