The month of October came to a close recently which means it’s time once again to look at the all the official standings for both individual and team overclocking. We will also look at the contests that finished during the month including both of the latest Intel and AMD Rookie Rumbles plus the conclusion of the Novice Nimble #11. There’s also a look at the conclusion of the ROG RealBench Challenge II. Let’s get down to all the details of what has been another great month of overclocking on OC-ESPORTS.
Official World Overclocking Rankings - October 2016
Looking at the world rankings as they stand at the end of October we see absolutely no change at the top of the leaderboard. HWBOT No.1 Dancop retains his position as World No.1 in the OC-ESPORTS rankings for 2016 with an extended total of 1,011 points, up from 919 points at the end of September. The mercurial German’s points haul was no doubt helped along with a totally dominant display in the Pro OC series where he added a Round 3 win to complete his collection for this year.
In second place we find Ukrainian OC master SergeyR with 639 points after good work in several contests including the Challenger Divisions where he managed outright wins in Round 3 of Divisions IV and V. Hot on Sergey’s heels however we have India’s ksateaaa23 the winner of the ROG Showdown Formula Series Round 2. Ksateaaa23 currently sits on 623 points having also made several valuable contributions to the Warp9-systems team that pushed the Madshrimps of Belgium closest in the HWBOT Team Cup. Another Warp9-systems team member of note who made it to fourth place is Aussie overclocker macsbeach98 who sits close behind on 618 points.
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