Originally Posted by Dj-ElectriC
And what if a certain cpu is as fast as the other C2C but at stock is clocked much much higher thus being faster? than, what's the point?
That's a different point entirely. Obviously if they are the same speed as each other at the same clocks, then the one clocked higher is faster. However, this is when other elements of the benchmark come into effect, i.e. does it clock higher? Has there been any power revisions or die shrink?
In the case of various phenom II revisions they could all pretty much be clocked to the same area of 3.8/4Ghz but effectively(as they were the same architecture) gave the same performance at the same clocks.
C2C is best used when it's between two different architecures.