That looks very, very useful.
However, I am willing to bet that Intel has set limits in the program so that the chip doesn't go outside its maximum operational paramaters. I'm sure people will find out how to work around that though.
I'm seriously considering getting a job and saving up, so that I can get a nehalem based laptop or desktop. This chip looks like it'll be epic.
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