Re: Intel stopping overclocking with Sandy Bridge
i think theres a thread on this already
Intel still plans to sell K-series CPUs which come with an unlocked CPU multiplier - and with this move, the K-series CPUs start to make a lot more sense, as they will be the only Intel CPUs capable of overclocking. Is this move a slap in the face for enthusiasts that will send them towards an AMD Fusion platform or are CPUs just getting fast enough that overclocking really doesn't matter that much to you any more?
for me i think it matters. intel is really hitting a bad spot. it seems that amd is doing better then i think. all they need is tri memory and then they will be even better. my i7 seems like a cpu i will be keeping alot longer then i think