The Pro OC Championship series kicked off its third and final round on OC-ESPORTS back in the first week of August and resumed with for Stage 2 just a week or so ago. The Pro guys who compete in the Pro OC Championship includes five overclockers who take part in what is known as the Pro OC cooperative platform. The idea is that basically they get paid to share content with us and share their experiences of competing at the highest end of the sport.
The second Stage of the Pro OC Championship involved benching Geekbench 3 Multicore using any CPU from the new Intel HEDT series – a fact which for these guys basically means pushing a Core i7 6950X chip, a deca-core monster with plenty of headroom. The winner at the end of the weekend was Poland’s Xtreme Addict who finished at the top of the table with a score of 51,756 points.
The score was achieved with a 6950X clocked to a very impressive 5,250MHz which is +75% beyond stock. In second place we are not in the least surprised to find current world No.1 Dancop who narrowly missed out on top spot with a score of 5,1404 points. Dancop perhaps failed to capitalize on an impressive 6950X clocked at 5,301MHz (+76.70%).
Other placings include Swiss maestro raccoon who managed a score of 47,967 points and Indonesia’s Lucky_n00b who finished up on 43,486 points. All which means that at the current standings for Round 3 of this year’s Pro OC Championship have Dancop in first place, followed by Xtreme Addict and raccoon.Check out all the scores and standings for Stage 2 of Round 3 here on OC-ESPORTS.