SteelSeries iron.lady Tournament Adds New Category, Bigger Prizes in Version III

"The SteelSeries iron.lady III Tournament kicks off in Shanghai on Friday, January 29."

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The SteelSeries iron.lady III Tournament kicks off in Shanghai on Friday, January 29. For the third consecutive year, it has been sponsored by gaming peripherals and accessories manufacturer SteelSeries. The tournament is the biggest of its kind and brings some of the topmost female gamers from across Asia to a common stage.

The first game of the tournament will be played at 6:30pm China Standard Time on January 29 and the tournament will last through the weekend to January 31. Launched in 2007 by SteelSeries, the tournament has grown enormously in the last couple of years and currently boasts a viewer base of nearly 3.7 million people in China alone. It is widely considered to be the ultimate invitational battle between eight of the best female Warcraft III players from Asia, with the winner walking away with 10,000RMB in prize money.

In addition to the top female Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos gamers from Asia, SteelSeries has also invited the best international female gamers to compete in the custom Warcraft III scenario, Defense of Ancients or DotA this year. The prize money for the top honours for this tournament is also 10,000RMB. Additionally, every gamer participating in the iron.lady III Tournament will receive a complimentary SteelSeries iron.lady product bundle made up of a SteelSeries 7G Keyboard, a SteelSeries iron.lady Ikari Laser Mouse, a SteelSeries iron.lady QcK Mousepad, and a SteelSeries iron.lady Siberia Full-Size Headset.

Talking about the tournament, SteelSeries CEO Bruce Hawver said, “The iron.lady Tournament represents and signifies the strength and determination that female gamers have in competing over three days as well as the skill to compete on a professional level. We value the incredible international following that the iron.lady Tournament has achieved and we are excited to kick it off with an added tournament segment that will bring new players to the circuit. We’re proud to provide all of these gamers with SteelSeries gear – these ladies know that winning is everything.”
 
An added attraction this year is that US fans of Warcraft III and the iron.lady girls there would be able to participate in the tournament in real time via instant messaging through GirlGamer.com.

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16-01-2010, 09:52:02

rithym
Hi to all

I have managed successfully to overclock my P4 2.8 up to 3.2 and windows 7 boots ok without increasing the vCore voltage.The OS is on Maxtor 120GB IDE drive but problem is the 1TB Seagate SATA drive which I use for storage does not show up in the BIOS or Win 7 whilst the CPU is overclocked. If I return the settings to normal the drive shows in the BIOS and Win 7 as normal again. Clearly there is an issue of some sort with the Seagate SATA drive when the CPU frequency is increased can anyone advise a work around or point me to further info on this problem.

TIA

P4 2.8
aBit IP-95 Motherboard
4GB RAM
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16-01-2010, 10:47:59

tinytomlogan
Only thing I can think of is make sure you set the pcie frequency to 100. The sata runs of the pcie bus so if thats getting overclocked at the same time for some strange reason you may find thats the problem. Other than that and trying a new cable I have no idea.

16-01-2010, 12:27:51

killablade

Only thing I can think of is make sure you set the pcie frequency to 100. The sata runs of the pcie bus so if thats getting overclocked at the same time for some strange reason you may find thats the problem. Other than that and trying a new cable I have no idea.



Yeah it's a strange problem, but I don't think trying a new cable will work since it's working just fine when the cpu isn't overclocked but you could give it a shot ofcourse
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