Today we are pleased to announce the winners of the OCWC 2017 Final – Predict the Champion Contest. In celebration of the Overclocking World Championship 2017 Final which took place a few weeks ago in Berlin, Germany, we teamed up with Seasonic to create a simple contest with a few really nice prizes. All you had to do was correctly guess which overclocker would become this year’s World Champion you would be entered into a prize draw where you can win a latest generation Intel Core i7 8700K processor and a high-end Seasonic PRIME Platinum power supply.
Overclocking World Championship 2017 Final: rsannino (Italy) Crowned Champion
The OCWC 2017 Final saw nine of the most talented and dedicated overclockers go head to head in a two day contest hosted at the CaseKing HQ in Berlin. At the end of a enthralling contest, Italian rsannino proved once again why he is OC-ESPORTS No.1 by beating steponz (US) in a tense final 1v1 match. You can find a full and detailed contest report from us here and here.
Predict the Champion Contest: Prizes and Winners
Intel Core i7 8700K Processor
HWBOT kindly contributed an Intel Core i7 8700K processor (tray). It’s the flagship model of the latest mainstream desktop processor series bring all the benefit of 6 Coffee Lake architecture Cores, each with a base clock of 3.7 GHz (4.7 GHz Turbo). The Core i7 8700K is compatible with the latest socket LGA1151 and Intel Z370 chipset motherboards and boasts exceptional performance, arriving unlocked and ready for performance tuning and serious overclocking.
Congrats to J.Veerman who wins a Intel Core i7 8700K processor (tray).
Seasonic PRIME 850 W Platinum Power Supply
HWBOT World Tour 2017 partners Seasonic are contributing a Seasonic PRIME Platinum 850 watt power supply. It is a champion of stable and reliable power delivery, boasting a near-perfect voltage output which represents Seasonic’s market leading engineering feat.Congrats to S.Travasci, winner of a Seasonic PRIME Platinum 850 watt power supply.
Predict the Champion: Voting Stats
Before we leave you, we can also give you a rundown of the voting statistics of the contest. Check out the table below for a full overview of how people voted in the contest:
It’s perhaps not too surprising to see that the number one ranked overclocker on HWBOT garnered the most votes with 608 (25.86%). Dancop probably would have been the bookie’s favorite from the start. American steponz is also well backed with 455 (19%) votes while Lucky_n00b is so well known in his native Indonesia that it’s no surprise to see him collect 325(13.8%) votes. Thanks to all 2,351 people who took part and a huge congrats to the winners!