For a few hours there were made several adjustments to settings and hardware configurations, and there were used lots of gallons of liquid nitrogen. Overclocking world records were established to be broken soon after.
The final results were combined into a single score, with the result of SuperPi worth 40% of the total score and the outcome of 3DMark 11 worth 60% of the total. The team with the best total score was declared the winner.The official results were as follows:1. OCAlliance (USA): Slave and RomDominance – Super Pi 32M = 6:31.795 / 3dMark11 = 92132. Over the Edge (USA): Patch and Dentlord – Super Pi 32M = 6:26.257 / 3dMark11 = 88933. Team Pure (USA): G H Z and Gautam – Super Pi 32M = 6:40.437 / 3dMark11 = 89384. 1213 Xtreme (Brazil): Rbuass and Fugger – Super Pi 32M = 6:48.518 / 3dMark11 = 89265. Team XS (USA): Chew* and ZenEffect – Super Pi 32M = 6:33.651 / 3dMark11 = 85796. Team Vaseline (USA): Robert and ocgmj – Super Pi 32M = 6:56.224 / 3dMark11 = 87787. Team Overclockaholics (USA): steponz and Kal-EL – Super Pi 32M = 6:55.865 / 3dMark11 = 84778. Overclockers Anonymous (USA): Brian y and Chris – Super Pi 32M = 7:18.688 / 3dMark11 = 81889. 1213 Overclocking Team (Brasil): Gnidaol e Joe90br – Super Pi 32M = 7:9.406 / 3dMark11 = 416110. Hardcol (Colombia): E-Killer and Nestorky – Super Pi 32M = 0:0 / 3dMark11 = 7852
With the end of the competition, the stage of the Americas MSI Master Overclocker Arena got to know the team finalist that will represent the continent in the grand finals of the MOA to be held in Taipei, Taiwan later this year.