Overclock3D published some coverage of the ASUS Advanced Overclocking Championship in Berlin, you can read it over here.
There were some big names from the world of overclocking present and combined with such hardcore components and plenty of LN2 on tap, I was anticipating a potential world record beating session. This is the first time I have witnessed overclockers using LN2 and I was amazed at the skills of these guys. Their passion for their sport shone through and although it was a competition, there was a clear sense of comradeship between the participants, with tips, suggestions and even tools being shared throughout.
After talking to some of the participants, it was obvious that just taking part in the event was more important than winning. Most of them already knew each other and it was a good chance for them to get together and enjoy the event. Having said that, gaining good scores was obviously still important to them.