In Week 33 of 2017, we received 3612 benchmark results from 919 registered overclockers around the world. The majority of the submissions is coming from Rookie overclockers representing 60% of the active community. They were responsible for 38% of the submissions. We had a peek at the most valuable submissions in a breakdown per league.
We're nearing the end of summer time in the northern hemisphere and are getting ready for the second half of the year 2017 in overclocking. This week three overclockers made the leaderboard with a golden cup. First up is Splave from the United States. The American overclocker has been very active with the soon-to-be-released Core i9 7960X 16-core Skylake-X processor from Intel. He scores a World Record in the HWBOT X265 1080P benchmark with a score of 174.05 FPS. The WR is achieved with the CPU overclocked to 5470 MHz cooled with liquid nitrogen. Next up is K|ngp|n, also from the USA. The Taiwan-based EVGA overclocker has been hitting the 3DMarks heavy in the past couple of weeks and decided it's time to see how the 16-core Skylake-X fares in 3D. K|ngp|n took the Global First Place in the 3DMark Fire Strike 1xGPU category with a GeForce GTX 1080 Ti clocked at 2581/1607 MHz and the CPU overclocked to 5500 MHz. Last but not least is $@39@ ("Saega") from Greece, a regular on the list. Not only did he temporarily dethrone Dancop as the #1 in the Overclockers League, he's also listed in the leaderboard with two golden cups! The first one is a Global First Place in the HWBOT X265 4K benchmark with a score of 13.34 FPS using a Core i7 7700K at 6767 MHz. Along with that comes a World Record in Unigine Heaven Xtreme with 11824.79 marks. For the World Record he pairs the 7700K - now clocked at 7 GHz - with a 2632/1618 MHz GeForce GTX 1080 Ti. Congratulations to everyone making the leaderboard!
The most used hardware components of Week 33 are the Core i7 7700K (11.4%), GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (8.8%) and the ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex (1.7%). In total the community used 347 different CPUs, 226 different GPUs and 755 different motherboards.
The overclocking results submitted during Week 33 generated in total 830 World Record Points, 6958.8 Global Points, and 6073.4 Hardware Points. The distribution per League is as follows: 19% for Elite, 36% for Extreme, 8% for Apprentice, 19% for Enthusiast, 8% for Novice, and 18% for Rookie. The representation of the active community is as follows: 2% Elite, 8% Extreme, 3% Apprentice, 18% Enthusiast, 9% Novice, and 60% Rookie.
Most Valuable Submissions - Week 33, 2017
|League||CPU Benchmark||GPU Benchmark||Hardware Points|
|Elite||Splave||123.7 pts (WR!)||k|ngp|n||154.8 pts (GFP!)||Ikki||39.4 pts|
|Extreme||$@39@||115.5 pts (GFP!)||$@39@||229.2 pts (WR!)||Scannick||39.6 pts|
|Apprentice||g_trud||35.2 pts||jab383||31.6 pts||g_trud||24.2 pts|
|Enthusiast||Avalanche||38.9 pts||Elelunicy||25.6 pts||Bolc||24 pts|
|Novice||Jokot||27.9 pts (GFP!)||Liter vina||34 pts||Rico~Suabe`||22.7 pts|
|Rookie||Castle||31.5 pts (WR!)||Keefe7||14.7 pts||server.mahendra||23.8 pts|