Points awarded for your overclocking achievements.

The HWBoints algorithm was brought into life to assign a score to an overclocking effort. The points are based on how well you score compared to other overclockers, and how many competitors there are. For example, you will receive much more points for being first with a popular Intel Core7 i920, than a more exotic Intel Xeon 5540 server processor.

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Overclocker League 2021


  • Thursday, 27 October

    Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R15 submission with a Pentium E5500 changed from hardware rank 9 to 10.

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  • Thursday, 4 February

    Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R15 submission with a Pentium E5500 changed from hardware rank 8 to 9.

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  • Thursday, 7 January

    Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R11.5 submission with a Pentium E6300 (2.80Ghz) changed from hardware rank 6 to 7.

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  • Monday, 28 December

    Germany Tratos

    Lost -4.4 hardware points for the CPU Frequency Pentium E6300 (2.80Ghz) submission.

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  • Sunday, 27 December

    Germany Tratos

    Received 4.4 hardware points for the CPU Frequency Pentium E6300 (2.80Ghz) submission.

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  • Monday, 16 November

    Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R15 submission with a Pentium E5500 (2.80Ghz) changed from hardware rank 7 to 8.

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  • Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R11.5 submission with a Pentium E5500 (2.80Ghz) changed from hardware rank 9 to 10.

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  • Sunday, 18 October

    Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R15 submission with a Pentium E5500 (2.80Ghz) changed from hardware rank 6 to 7.

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  • Germany Tratos

    Cinebench - R11.5 submission with a Pentium E5500 (2.80Ghz) changed from hardware rank 8 to 9.

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