And if they dont provide additional information and I can never configure it correctly to get close to that speed do I get a refund ? How do we know they ever really even got it to that speed if I cant match it or come close to it?
Firstly they have a reputation to uphold, there is a reason that so many people go to them. Secondly, overclocks depend on many factors, cooling solution, motherboard etc and thirdly I can't believe this was a serious question but... do you get a refund because you don't know how to Overclock? No; obviously not. Do a little reading and have a serious think whether you need an unlocked chip as it seems you're quite uneducated. There is no point paying a premium for a feature you don't use.
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