Wait, when you guys are talking about temperatures, are you talking about temperatures from the central diode? By that I mean the single CPU temperature reading shown in BIOS on pretty much every mobo, which is almost always lower than than the per-core estimate?
As for the Turbo option: if somebody thinks Turbo option is a fake OC then they can just deduct the single multi value and get the "real" OC themselves. Even with the "deduction" I think my clocks are decent.
Also, from what I know, Turbo under some circumstances will move up by two multi instead of just one. (So x22 instead of x21, when just x20 is set) So that means under some circumstances I have already hit 4.4GHz. And when I hit 4.4GHz (4.2GHz + 200MHz(x21) to 400Mhz(x22) from Turbo) that will actually mean around 4.6Ghz in some situations. As far as single threaded applications are concerned at least.