OCWC 2017 Final: Overclocker Profiles - Lucky_n00b (Indonesia)

In our penultimate Overclocker Profile article we hone in one of the most dedicated and profoundly influential overclockers active today - Alva 'Lucky_n00b' Jonathan from Indonesia. Alva and the Jagat Review crew have had such a phenomenal impact on the Indonesian overclocking scene that we could probably put together a short novel to cover the story in earnest. For now, let's take a look at the man behind the LN2 flask and also take a look at how Lucky_n00b arrived in Berlin to compete for the ultimate prize, the Overclocking World Championship crown.

The Man Behind the LN2 Flask: Lucky_n00b (Indonesia)

Like many overclockers Alva made his first BIOS tweak when he was still in Junior High School. His first steps were simply the act of trying to get higher frame rates in Quake 3 without having to splash cash on expensive CPUs and graphics cards. Having finished a bachelor's degree in Computer Science his game progressed to the point where he wanted to compete in a live International OC contest.

That moment came in 2008 when he managed to qualify for the MSI Master Overclocking Arena 2008 contest. To his own surprise he actually manged to finish in 1st place, winning a very tasty $3,000 USD in the process. That day he finished ahead of GoriLLakoS (Greece) and Coolaler (Taiwan) who came 2nd and 3rd. One thing is for certain, Lucky_n00b had the bug for live, competitive overclocking.

The Road to the OCWC 2017 Final

Alva's first attempt to Qualify for the OCWC Final came in Las Vegas when he competed in the OCWC Las Vegas 2017 Qualifier contest. Alva was in town to cover the CES 2017 event for Jagat Review, but there was no way he was going to miss out on a chance to compete in an Extreme overclocking contest. Having reached the final, was ultimately defeated by steponz (US) after a tense affair involving SuperPi 8M.

However, the obvious setting for Alva 'Lucky-n00b' Jonathan to qualify for the OCWC 2017 Final would have been the OCWC Yogayakarta 2017 Qualifier which took place back in September. Alva however ruled himself as ineligible to compete, seeing as he was actually involved as an event organizer, also helping out as a judge along side HWBOT's Massman. Again, a selfless move that underlines his dedication to the game.

Read the full Overclocker Profile article about Lucky_n00b here on the HWBOT World Tour website.

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