DrWeez Plays Rookie Rumble – Live Stream today at 8pm GMT+2

DrWeez has been plenty busy of late, competing in the Pro OC Championship while also creating some great video content that shows the endless machinations involved with getting a competitive score on the board. Tonight however he plans to stream a video of a different ilk, putting aside his LN2 and donning the cap of a mere OC rookie. The video stream will be broadcast on Twitch in just a few short hours from now (8pm GMT+2) with the title ‘DrWeez Plays Rookie Rumble’. The idea is that he basically takes on the role of a Rookie overclocker competing in the Rookie Rumble on OC-ESPORTS.

Tonight’s stream should be a really insightful experience for Rookie’s out there who want to glean all the knowledge that a seasoned Elite player can offer. DrWeez will join the Rookie Rumble #30 contest currently being played out on OC-ESPORTS as a rookie (don’t worry, his scores will be removed later) and take on the three stages with the keen eye of a pro. Starting from a regular Z170 system at stock, DrWeez will do his utmost in the three competition benchmarks that are XTU, HWBOT Prime and GPUPi 100M using nothing but ambient cooling and his OC wits.

Watch the live stream on Twitch here on the DrWeez channel.

Read this story in full on OC-ESPORTS here.


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South Africa DrWeez says:

websmile said: Nice experiment, but your cpu was no good^^



yeah was a nice experiment, will try get the program a little smoother next time, thanks for watching.

websmile says:

Nice experiment, but your cpu was no good^^

United States neotitancomputing says:

I gotta admit I'm a little bit salty about this.

What's the point of a Pro OCer coming into a rookie rumble competition? It's a bit obvious they're going to win because they know a lot more about what they're doing.

Down to 2nd from 1st place.

Belgium Massman says:

Of course the results will not stay in the competition. It's a nice way to help the Rookies, but Elite / Pro OC can't participate :)

websmile says:

You should really read the article, it is a learning program and to show how benches work and tweaks on live stream - nothing bad about this and results will be removed afterwards so rookie will win, and not drweez30 :) - your criticism is not justified

Edit ninja massman :eek:

South Africa DrWeez says:

Hi neotitanComputing, the aim is not for me to win but to share some tips and tricks with all the rookies so that they can learn and advance their own scores.

the scores WILL be removed and are there just to show what is possible with a little tweaking / settings.

I am sorry if this has hit a nerve in any way

Tonight’s stream should be a really insightful experience for Rookie’s out there who want to glean all the knowledge that a seasoned Elite player can offer. DrWeez will join the Rookie Rumble #30 contest currently being played out on OC-ESPORTS as a rookie (don’t worry, his scores will be removed later)

United States neotitancomputing says:

I'm not criticizing, like I said, just a little bit salty. It took me 40 hours of BSODs to get the 1st place position I got and with 2 hours of OCing he just comes in and demolishes everyone's scores lol. I'm still gonna watch the stream but it's crazy the difference in the scores when I have basically the same equip.

United States neotitancomputing says:

DrWeez said: Hi neotitanComputing, the aim is not for me to win but to share some tips and tricks with all the rookies so that they can learn and advance their own scores.

the scores WILL be removed and are there just to show what is possible with a little tweaking / settings.

I am sorry if this has hit a nerve in any way


No problem at all.

What point in the video did you hit your high XTU score?

France Taloken says:

neotitancomputing said: I'm not criticizing, like I said, just a little bit salty.

It took me 40 hours of BSODs to get the 1st place position I got and with 2 hours of OCing he just comes in and demolishes everyone's scores lol.

I'm still gonna watch the stream but it's crazy the difference in the scores when I have basically the same equip.



A nice way to find that getting the hardware is not enough to win ;)
There's experience and knowledge, things you will earn during your 'clocking "carreer" ^^

Indonesia Lucky_n00b says:

neotitancomputing said: I'm not criticizing, like I said, just a little bit salty.

It took me 40 hours of BSODs to get the 1st place position I got and with 2 hours of OCing he just comes in and demolishes everyone's scores lol.

I'm still gonna watch the stream but it's crazy the difference in the scores when I have basically the same equip.


Behind that '2 Hours of OCing', there's Years of trial and error mate, so it is very normal if your '40 Hours of BSODs' can't match that.
I overclock for my daily job and often still beaten down hard by some overclocker here (sometimes I did get lucky though ^^)

Keep pushing it, you're on the right track ;)

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