Originally Posted by p0isonapple
Well put, and a sound statement. I know many friends who are to afraid to Overclock and happy with stock performance, so to see AMD offer a well priced gaming solution at stock speeds is great
Indeed and thats what matters most. Stock Speed performance is what you should look at at the end of the day. If its good at stock compared to the competition then Overlocking in the future can only benefit you more.
It should not be ''Well as it does not OC well then why bother''...if it is then I think you need to re-organise your thought process.
I would reccomend opening task manager and closing the process ''IntelFanboy.exe''