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In Pictures: MSI's Master Overclocking Arena 2013 Finals

The Leader Board, In Real-Time

Check out the leader board.

Getting Creative

Yes, that is a McDonald's cup being used to catch the LN2.

Keeping Condensation At Bay

Too frosty? Needs a blankie.

Overclocking Aftermath

Yes, that's a GeForce GTX 780 and it still works.

Trophies For the Top Three Finishers

The trophies, all lined up.

Third-Place Goes To...

Xtreme_Addict took home the third-place trophy and $1000.

And The Runner-Up Is...

Lucky_n00b finished in second place.

First-Place Goes To...

T0slty, from the Ukraine, captures first place in the finals. Congratulations!

Fun Was Had By All

And here are the winners of MOA 2013!

Marcus Yam served as Tom's Hardware News Director during 2008-2014. He entered tech media in the late 90s and fondly remembers the days when an overclocked Celeron 300A and Voodoo2 SLI comprised a gaming rig with the ultimate street cred.
  • Divyanshu Sah
    Good overclocking.
    Reply
  • rush21hit
    That's a lot of LN2.
    Now, if only the article also display the result of those winners :(
    Reply
  • Horsebadorties
    Not a good place to meet chicks.
    Reply
  • MANOFKRYPTONAK
    Picture 18, I bet thats the only insertion hes ever got... and he doesn't look too happy about it.
    Reply
  • ihog
    It would make too much sense to display the results. What is Tom's, a bunch of idiots? Why would they post absolutely unnecessary and pointless articles?
    Reply
  • saint19
    11844539 said:
    Not a good place to meet chicks.

    11846725 said:
    It would make too much sense to display the results. What is Tom's, a bunch of idiots? Why would they post absolutely unnecessary and pointless articles?

    Thanks for the comments, we would add another picture with the final results.
    Reply
  • FloKid
    If I push this OC button can I win?
    Reply
  • saint19
    11856366 said:
    If I push this OC button can I win?

    At this level, you will need more that a simple button.
    Reply
  • FloKid
    How come a computer can't overclock itself better than a human, if you gave it all the cooling?
    Reply
  • Now overclock your brain.
    Reply