Rookie News 18/08: Reddit Overclocking (/r/overclocking) Top Rookie Team, wiLLius (US) leading Rookie League with 341.40 pts

Team Rookies Novices
United States /r/overclocking 24 85
United States 16 56
USA ASUS Republic of Gamers 13 36
ID Uns Oc Team 11 9
France [HFR] 8 1
Germany PC Games Hardware 5 44
Iran Sakhtafzar 6 14
Russia Team Russia 4 16
US Cowcotland 4 11
South Africa Team South Africa 4 11

Every month or so we have a look at how well the overclocking teams adopt Rookie and Novice overclockers at HWBOT. The most friendly Rookie teams are based in North America mostly. Just like last month the most Rookie friendly team is the Overclocking Subreddit /r/overclocking which enrolled 24 Rookies and 85 Novices. In second place we find from the United States with 16 Rookies and 56 Novices. In third place we find the ASUS Republic of Gamers with 13 Rookies and 36 Novices. Moving up the table is the Indonesian team from Uns Oc Team.

In the Rookie League, wiLLius from The Netherlands is leading with 341.40 points which is 44 points more than Teracon from Germany and 65.3 points more than Mommybird from United States.

Congratulations to all the overclocking teams adopting the new overclockers and of course the Rookies for their dedication to overclocking!

Check out Rookie League here


Belgium Massman says:

United Kingdom mickulty says:

Grats to wiLLius - actually overtook me the day before I was bumped to novice.

Shout out to matrixus as well - I won the previous AMD rookie rumble, looks like I'd be second to them in this one if (if :p) I was using my current best scores for the three rounds.

Also, great to see /r/overclocking is still bringing plenty of people in :)

Belgium Massman says:

The Reddit team is very strong lately. Props to [MENTION=32917]buildzoid[/MENTION] and [MENTION=60274]GtiJason[/MENTION] for pushing!

United States GtiJason says:

Massman said: The Reddit team is very strong lately. Props to [MENTION=32917]buildzoid[/MENTION] and [MENTION=60274]GtiJason[/MENTION] for pushing!

While this is true, Buildzoid and I had the idea to start the team I have not been a part of it for several months. Buildzoid pretty much did all the heavy lifting from day one, all I really did was try to help new members with efficiency and donated some PSC mems for Comp prize. I was already friends with many of the guys on OCN through the US Country Cup Skype chat and decided to move to there because I myself was still pretty new to overclocking and was looking for 2d knowledge and members with more experience than me. We all know 'zoid is master of 3d mods but I was more interested in 2d and with him being in the Czech republic (at that time) it was very hard for me to communicate with my schedule

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