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[SALE] GOG.com DRM-Free Fall Sale

12 November 2014 - 10:53 AM

GOG.com has launched its 2014 DRM-free Fall Sale, with more than 700 games up to 90% off! There is a stamp collection to do as well, where if you collect seven special stamps you get a copy of The Witcher 2 and The Gamers: Director's Cut movie.


Also, for the next 48 hours, Mount & Blade is available for free! The DRM-free Fall Sale runs from now until November 25, with new daily deals and flash deals rotating out to showcase selected games and bundles.

[Free] Little Big Adventure on GOG.com

07 November 2014 - 10:22 AM

GOG.com has launched a French version, and to celebrate they are giving away a copy of Little Big Adventure for free! You must claim the game by November 8 at 7:59am GMT, so don't delay! Just scroll down a bit on the GOG homepage and click the appropriate button to get LBA.


Also, 30 assorted games from French developers and publishers are up to 75% off for the next ~3 days. Games like Aarklash: Legacy, Syberia, Still Life, and Indigo Prophecy are all included, so there should be something for everyone.

Noctua Giveaway!

19 October 2014 - 04:35 PM

Winners announced!



Alright folks, it's time for another giveaway at OCC. This time it's to help get your computer a little bit cooler, as Noctua has three CPU coolers up for grabs!


We have the NH-D15, NH-U14S, and NH-U12S to give out to three lucky winners. All you have to do to enter is post a picture of what your current heat sink looks like in your rig. Since these are desktop coolers, only people with a desktop computer can enter. Luckily these coolers can be shipped world wide, so there are no restrictions based on where you live!


All entries must be submitted within the next two weeks (November 2) to be qualified for one of the Noctua CPU coolers. Pictures can be attached to your post or submitted through an image uploading website (like Imgur).


If you win, you will have 48 hours to respond, or else it will go to someone else.



Good luck to all!

OCC is Hiring News Editors, Review Editors, and an Assistant

28 September 2014 - 11:30 AM

OverclockersClub is hiring once again, with both news editor and review editor positions available, as well as a personal assistant for Bosco. Each editor position features similar requirements, and are in fact fairly similar in the skills you will be using. The personal assistant is a little more involved and demanding.
News editors scour the Web for computer hardware news, find items relevant to OCC, and write an article about it. It is one of the more visible jobs here at OCC, since your writing and username are featured on the main page. Because of that, spelling and grammar must be superb, as everyone will be able to see it.
Review editors also need to know their grammar and spelling, but that's because they are editing the reviews at OCC. They make sure the reviews do not have any errors or mistakes, and then correct them so the review can go live. It is more about making sure everything looks correct than rewriting elements; if a sentence or two doesn't look right, then you contact the reviewer for clarification.
The personal assistant is a little different, as this person will be helping Bosco out with various tasks on OCC. They will help out with contests, site edits, help grow OCC, and any other tasks Bosco may have. Due to the requirements and demands of this position, Bosco would like the assistant to be available at most times of the day (apologies to those who are both working and attending classes). Bosco's personal assistant will receive hardware in exchange for the position, as well as a letter of reference for any future jobs they wish.
If you are interested in these positions, then feel free to send a private message or email to myself for news editors, ClayMeow for review editors, and Bosco for the personal assistant. Good luck to all future applicants!

PowerColor R9 285 Turbo Duo Reviewed

05 September 2014 - 09:33 PM

Tonight Frank takes a look at the new PowerColor R9 285 Turbo Duo video card.


See what he thinks of it and how it compares to the other cards in its price range at the review below: