The G.SKILL OC World Cup 2017 Qualifier contest on OC-ESPORTS came to a close just a matter of hours ago. The contest is the forerunner to the Live G.SKILL World Cup contest that will take place at Computex 2017 just a few week from now. The top six on the table at the end of the qualification phase are invited to compete in the Live Qualifier and Finals in Taiwan where a top prize of $10,000 USD is up for grabs for the winner. Let’s take a look at the top six who qualify for the contest in Taiwan plus all the scoring and submissions. Also, let's not forget the Lucky Prize Draw winner who walks away with a G.SKILL Trident Z RGB DDR4 kit.
G.SKILL OC World Cup 2017 Qualifier: March 17 - April 18
Running for several years, the G.SKILL World Cup is one of the most eagerly awaited OC contests of the year. The large prize pool on offer attracts some of the world’s most feared and respected overclocking talent - and trust me, this year was no exception. The contest consists of four stage. In terms of hardware restrictions contestants had to use G.SKILL DDR4 memory, Intel Core i3-7350K processors, plus any Z170/Z270 chipset motherboard.
G.SKILL OC World Cup 2017: Qualifying Overclockers
- - rsannino (Italy)
- - Xtreme Addict (Poland)
- - Dancop (Germany)
- - RULE (Italy)
- - Splave (US)
- - Alex@ro (Romania)
Read the full contest roundup article which includes all the qualifying overclockers for the Final at Computex, plus details about the Lucky Prize Draw Winner, here on OC-ESPORTS.