- Apr 3, 2008
- 3,047 (0.64/day)
- Pontaic Michigan
|System Name||The Netbook|
|Processor||Intel Atom n270|
|Memory||1GB DDR2 533mhz|
|Video Card(s)||Intel G945|
|Software||Microsoft Windows 7 Starter x86|
AMD and intel are fairly even in the STOCK comparison, its just that intels OC'd so high that in the enthusiast market they never had a chance.
most stock users look up reviews, hear a chip was a 'great clocker' have no idea what it means and buy it anyway.
Which is 90% of people who buy hardware. I don't consider OCing as pushing performance as much as I consider it optimization of current hardware.
Edit: also every review I've ever seen (other than TPU) has given crappy little overclocks that really don't amount to anything. Pity really.