Well, the Denmark has the advantage of being a dual core processor, which'll mean better multitasking ability and significant performance increases once multithreaded software and games becomes more wide-spread, and with several new games coming early this year supporting multithreading, it's a pretty good time to buy if you ask me. But as Transonic said, characteristically, the overclocks with the dual cores aren't as high and aren't as consistant, it seems around here the average is between 2.6GHz and 2.7GHz, which is still pretty quick, a free FX-60 basically. The Venus has the advantage of being more overclockable and more consistant in overclocks. This late in the game I personally would go with the Denmark because there's not a big performance difference between the 100-200MHz difference in average overclocks, and the dual core will be very nice down the road. I would've gotten dual core, but it was out of my price range.