Last week we received about 3765 benchmark results from 901 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 40% 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 K|ngp|n in 3DMark Fire Strike using a single GeForce GTX 980 Ti graphics card. We covered his overclocking escapades with the new K|ngp|n edition graphics card in a newsflash article earlier this week, highlighting breaking the 13,000 marks barrier in 3DMark Fire Strike Extreme. With 146 points K|ngp|n yields about 80 points more than UK based ObscureParadox who has been very active lately. In the Rookie area we see Davidmoffitt scoring 44 points in XTU with a Core i7 5930K and (go check out the submission!) 64GB of DDR4-2666 memory.
The overclocking results submitted during Week 31 generated in total 550 World Record Points, 5410.8 Global Points, and 6796.5 Hardware Points. The distribution per League is as follows: 21% for Elite, 31% for Extreme, 19% for Enthusiast, 9% for Novice, and 20% for Rookie. The representation of the active community is as follows: 2% Elite, 13% Extreme, 13% Enthusiast, 12% Novice, and 60% Rookie.
Most Valuable Submissions - Week 31, 2015
|Elite||146 points||3DMark Fire Strike 1xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti||K|ngp|n|
|Extreme||64.3 points||Cinebench R15 2xCPU Xeon X5698||ObscureParadox|
|Enthusiast||31.4 points||3DMark Fire Strike Extreme 1xGPU GeForce GTX Titan X||Ximi|
|Novice||30.6 points||Catzilla 720P 1xGPU GeForce GTX 980 Ti||Sandalo|
|Rookie||44.6 points||XTU 6xCPU Core i7 5930K||Davidmoffitt|