Last weekend saw the very last stop of the HWBOT World Tour 2017, landing in Berlin, Germany for the Overclocking World Championship Final 2017. The Final invited nine of the world’s best extreme overclockers to compete for cash prizes and the right to be World Champion 2017. Today we bring you the entire photo album of the event which if nothing else, reveals the fact that everybody had a really good time. Enjoy!
Having covered Part 1 of the Overclocking World Championship Final 2017 contest, we now turn our attention to Part 2 and the Elimination Phase of the contest.
Today we can bring you a full and detailed account of what happened in Berlin last weekend at the Overclocking World Championship Final were Italy’s leading overclocker rsannino took the crown and the $1,500 USD winners prize money. Let’s take a look at the contest scoring, the winners, the losers and the more interesting 1v1 matches that took place within a nine player elimination tournament.
Our final episode of the Overclocker Profile series brings us to a young man who recently took the Australian OC scene by storm, jordan.hyde99. Despite being the least experienced contestant in Berlin today, and also the youngest guy in the contest, make no mistake, Jordan is hot OC property and one to watch out for. Let’s have a look at the boy behind the LN2 flask and also revisit his path to Berlin for the Overclocking World Championship 2017 Final.
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.
Today’s entry in the Overclocker in Profile series brings us to BlueFiber from Indonesia, a quickly rising star from a country that has a track record for producing some of the most feared competitive overclockers on the planet. Let’s take a look behind the LN2 flask to see who BlueFiber really is, and of course recall how he claimed a seat at the OCWC 2017 Final.
Today’s Overclocker Profile article focuses on an OCWC contestant who is not only the top overclocker in his country, but also one of the most active evangelists for extreme overclocking that you will ever find. We are of course talking about Wizerty, the poster boy of French overclocking and one of the most persistently prolific overclockers active today. Let’s take a look at the man behind the LN2 flask and also revisit the path he took to qualify for the OCWC contest.
Our next entry in the Overclocker Profile series brings us to one the World’s true ambassadors of the sport, the one and only DrWeez. DrWeez is without doubt the biggest name in South African overclocking, a country not always recognized for its overclocking talent. As DrWeez prepares himself for his second attempt at a World Championship, let’s take a look at the man behind the LN2 flask and also recall how he managed to qualify for the OCWC contest.
The fourth part of our Overclocker Profile series looks at the current highest ranked overclocker on OC-ESPORTS, the one and only rsannino from Italy. Join us as we take a peek at how he qualified for the OCWC 2017 Final and also a quick look at the man behind the LN2 flask.
In part three of our OCWC 2017 Final, Overclocker Profile series we are happy to introduce one of the real living legends of the game, the current Worldwide No.1 ranked overclocker on HWBOT, the one and only Dancop from Germany. Join us as we take a peek at how Dancop qualified for the OCWC 2017 Final and also take a look at the man behind the LN2 flask.