Overclocking is an eSports that consists of tweaking and modifying computer system operating frequencies beyond specifications. The performance of the “overclocked” system is then measured with benchmark applications. The scores produced by these applications are used by a growing community of enthusiasts (“Overclockers”) throughout the world to compete against each others.
Overclocking has two sides: Statistical overclocking, which is about scores, accumulation of points and ranks. (HWBOT.org) And Competitive overclocking, which is about sport, competitions, and seasonal leaderboards. (OC-Esports.io)
Myself, through my work, end up working in the middle of both worlds. And I love it. Over the years close to this amazing community, I came to contribute in various ways. Written editorials, production of videos & talk-shows but also event & competition live broadcasts. Since all of this is scattered all around the internet, it seemed important to have a central place in which you could pin-point each of these.
Find here a listing of the different contents I came to produce over the years:
For blog posts on the topic of overclocking, follow this link.