Perhaps our readers have heard of computer events such as the ASUS Open and the GO OC. These competitions focus on enthusiasts who know how to squeeze the maximum out of iron and thus make a good advertising producer, demonstrating impressive potential for its products. Other similar events like the other prominent designers. Company DFI has decided to keep abreast of ASUSTeK Computer, GIGABYTE Technology, and other colleagues in the shop, and announced the first session of a global online competition to disperse Project Europa World OC Contest. Three winners will receive cash prizes and motherboards at present. Top Ten participants will be awarded the title of"LANParty certified overclocker". This status will provide to its owners, the extraordinary access to information about the newest products, the company will allow them to directly communicate with engineers RD department DFI, as well as participate in the discussion of products in development. As in other similar activities, entrance fees for participants will be the availability of modern components of the producer and organizer. Thus, for users of Intel platforms require any LANParty motherboard with socket LGA 1366 and the Core i7 processor 920. Requirement for owners of computers based on AMD is the presence of any LANParty board with AM2 socket and the processor Phenom II 940. More information on this event can be found here. The registration deadline is May 17, and the results will be announced already on 27 May.