I think you mistake some people as intel fanboys, when really, this info really tells them nothing, and that's why they are not impressed. Most users care about what BD can do for THEM, 24/7, not what it can do for a handful of people, for a few minutes. If it overclocks to 60 GHz, but is slower than the 2600k, does it matter that it can hit 60 GHz? NOPE. This event should have been saved for the launch, IMHO, and that's MY personal issue with it. Again, AMD marketing missed out on a golden oppotunity. Done right, they could have sold a CPU to every single person at the event, but htey cannot, beucase the CPU is still unreleased. Great, a CPU that can set records...that isn't even for sale yet. I'd open up my wallet...but there's no point. And if htere's no point in me opening my wallet, there's no point in this news, IMHO. Don't get me wrong though, it's good to see high clocks. Of course, you also need to keep in mind that Guinness also has a record for the longest nipple hair. Yeah, that's where I want to be, next to the dude with the world's longest nipple hair!