Overclocking Competitions: About the Player not the Hardware

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I have attended a few overclocking competitions over the years and I can say without a doubt that watching a competition take place is very interesting and yet extremely boring. My first experience was watching a live MOA (Master Overclocking Arena) qualifier that was held during CES in Las Vegas. I was excited to be there and while most of my time was spent talking with friends the orchestration of the event was fun to watch. Since then I have started paying more attention to the overclocking scene and watched how things have changed over the years, both for the good and the bad.