Last week we received about 4700 benchmark results from 781 registered overclockers around the world. The majority of the submissions is coming from Rookie overclockers representing 60% of the active community. They were responsible for 41% of the submissions. We had a peek at the most valuable submissions in a breakdown per league.
As you can see in the table below, the most valuable submission of the week was the Global First Place of Dancop. With 143.2 points generated, the result is qutie a lot more valuable than the 50.8 points for Hideo's 3DMark11 Performance 1xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti. At the bottom we find that the best Novice and Rookie submission earn a mere 20.6 and 17.3 points respectively, which is a fraction of the other top earning submissions.
The overclocking results submitted during Week 29 generated in total 330 World Record Points, 6008.9 Global Points, and 6140.7 Hardware Points. The distribution per League is as follows: 27% for Elite, 26% for Extreme, 19% for Enthusiast, 7% for Novice, and 21% for Rookie. The representation of the active community is as follows: 2% Elite, 11% Extreme, 14% Enthusiast, 13% Novice, and 60% Rookie.
Most Valuable Submissions - Week 29, 2015
|Elite||143.2 points||3DMark Fire Strike 1xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti||Dancop|
|Extreme||50.8 points||3DMark11 Performance 1xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti||Hideo|
|Enthusiast||34.7 points||Catzilla 720P 1xGPU GeForce GTX Titan X||Ximi|
|Novice||20.6 points||3Dmark Fire Strike Extreme 2xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti||JoseT|
|Rookie||17.3 points||3DMark Fire Strike Extreme 2xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti||Ogmcvilletc|