Taipei, Taiwan, October 2, 2009 – GIGABYTE TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd, a leading manufacturer of motherboards, graphics cards and other computing hardware solutions proudly announced that the highest SuperPi 32m score in the September, 2009 F1 OC P55 challenge was achieved by Team Australia using a GIGABYTE GA-P55-UD6 motherboard. Team Indonesia, also using a GIGABYTE P55-UD6 motherboard, achieved a very respectable third place. With 13 top international teams competing, the challenge lasted from 1–30 September with every major motherboard brand represented in a tough competition using the very latest CPU and motherboard technology. Team AU will be taking home a prize purse of US$1,000 from GIGABYTE – GIGABYTE offers a standard prize of US$1,000 to any team who wins an F1 OC round using a GIGABYTE motherboard.
“We are delighted with our first and third place achievements in the P55 F1 OC challenge because it clearly demonstrates our innovation leadership in the motherboard industry,” said Tony Liao, Associate VP of Motherboard Marketing at GIGABYTE Technology Co. Ltd. “We salute Team Australia for their impressive win and resulting world record, and we look forward to more winning scores from them and other teams using GIGABYTE motherboards.”
youngpro and dinos22 from TeamAU have taken out top spot
in second round of F1OC to tie for first place overall with TeamEVGA.
You can read more HERE and at the official site
http://f1oc.org/ about the competition and latest results.
Results thread on Xtreme Systems can be viewed here with results and photos.