DrWeez continued with his live Overclocking Sessions uploading his latest OC exploits to his YouTube channel. This time he gets down to some solid sub-zero benching just in time for a few choice submissions on the GALAX GOC 2016 Qualifier on OC-ESPORTS. Stages three and four of the GOC 2016 contest involve scoring as highly as possible on 3DMark11 Physicsand SuperPi 32M respectively.
As usual what you’re getting with Andrew’s video is a fly-on-the-wall view of his den with two camera angles (one on the man, one on the rig) and a running commentary of what issues and strategies are being employed at any given moment. Andrew deals with everything including his BIOS profiles, re-building his OS image as well as memory timings, temperature controls, voltages. Basically if you want to see an Elite overclocker competing at the highest level – this is the video for you watch. What makes it even more entertaining is the fact that Andrew also answers questions and comments as he is benching. Multitasking at its best.
DrWeez currently sits in tenth place overall in the GOC 2016 Qualifier. In fairness his performance in SuperPi 32M and 3DMark11 Physics are two of his better moments in the contest. By the end of the session Andrew managed a score of 19,770 marks in 3DMark11 Physics using an Intel Core i7 6700K cranked nicely to 6GHz (+50.00%). This puts him in 5th place for Stage 3. When it comes to SuperPi 32M he does better still, making 3rd place with a run of 4min 57sec 828ms.