The 48th edition of the Rookie Rumble contest on OC-ESPORTS just finished up a week or so ago, which means it’s high time we took a look at the winners, scores and hardware that got pushed by our growing fraternity of Rookie Overclockers. In top spot we find a new face with French overclocker Skylead taking the win with a convincing points haul of 141 points. Aussie Rookie Castle takes runner up spot while aurion.2358 from France makes third spot.
Rookie Rumble #48: September 9th to 30th, 2017
The core concept behind the Rookie Rumble contest series is to give Rookie, Novice and Apprentice-class HWBOT members a place where they can compete against each other on a level playing field. For this reason Enthusiast, Extreme and Elite Overclockers are not eligible to compete. Round #48 of the contest was set up with three stages featuring the following benchmarks; Intel XTU, Geekbench 4 (Single Core) and HWBOT x265 1080P. Let’s check out each stage in a little more detail, starting with XTU.
Stage 1: Intel XTU - At the top of the table here in Stage 1 we find Castle (Australia) with a per core score of 468.75 marks (1,875 in total). He used a Core i7 7700K which he pushed to a very decent 5,300MHz (+26.19%) using an ASUS ROG Maximus IX Apex motherboard. In Second place we find Skylead (France) not too far behind with a score of 466.75 marks per core (1,867 marks) while wickpote (France) is third with 457.50 marks per core (1,830 marks).
Read the full roundup article of the Rookie Rumble #48 contest, plus news about this round’s Lucky Draw winner here on OC-ESPORTS.io