Well, no, he’s not technically a new kid since Vivi has been competing in last year’s edition of Gigabyte’s GOOC 2008, but it’s certainly one of the first times we actually see him on top of the benchmark rankings. Just today, the South-African youngster broke the Pifast world record and now set the bar to 14.23s, which only is 0.04 seconds faster than the Italian overclocker Fogna.
Because of these massive scores, the youngster managed to jump 42 places, now ranked 49th, right under … ehrm … Massman. So, what I’m trying to say is …
*runs away to pick up LN2*