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Old 05-17-09, 10:10 AM   #3
JaxMacFL
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Default Re: Futuremark's Lords of Overclocking competition

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Originally Posted by Bman212121 View Post
I'd guess that Australia competes in the Asia Pacific market.

They need new hardware for the competition though. It would be even cooler if they did one right after ATI and Nvidia released new stuff.
Australia and Africa are not included. They have all countries that qualify in each region colored in yellow. Also, everyone seems to be lumped into one class. Wish they would break it down somehow. Might as well just take the highest score in their data base then. The way I read it is that if a component is commercially available then its a go. Only a few can afford all the top of the line highend components.
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