The second day of the G.SKILL OC World Cup 2017 contest has just come to a close. After today’s sessions we find that Romanian No.1 Alex@ro has shot to the top of the table, making some really solid scores in all four stages of a contest where $10,000 USD is available for the winner.
The G.SKILL OC World Cup 2017 features four separate stages; DDR4 Frequency, Geek Bench 3 Multi-Core 6.5GHz, 3DMark11 6.5GHz and Cinebench R15 6.5GHz. Each day two overclocking slots are made available at the G.SKILL Booth with overclockers drawn at random to see who will bench at what time. Today’s sessions saw Romania’s Alex@ro and Poland’s Xtreme Addict take to the stage at Computex to show just well they can deal with the four benchmarks.
In Stage 1 we find Alex has submitted a DDR4 frequency score of 2,475MHz using an ROG Maximus IX Apex motherboard. This is just ahead of Italy’s RULE who lies in second place with 2,449.7MHz, and Dancop in third place with 2,332.2MHz. In Stage 2 Alex leads with a GeekBench 3 score 28,305 points which beats the score of 28,169 points made yesterday by rsannino. Dancop again is third with a score of 27,992 points.
In Stage 3 it’s all about the 3DMark11 Physics benchmark with Alex setting the pace at the top of the table with a score of 20,695 points. Again we find rsannino in second place with 20,461 points and Dancop in third with 2,293 points. Stage 4 has a familiar ring to it with Alex@ro in first place with 1,478 cb points, rsaninno in second with 1,472 cb points and Dancop in third place with 1,471 cb points.
Tomorrow we will see the return of RULE, rsaninno and Dancop to the stage. It will be interesting to see how the table looks at the end of the session. Don’t forget you can find all the scores from the contest here on the OC-EPSORTS platform.