Comments:Overclocking experts gather in the Intel Overclocking Live Test in Taiwan
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This story has such a narrow audience, it is on the borderline of newsworthiness. Overclocking is great, but the article is so limited, along with the meaningless interview, that I suggest the whole thing be removed. It is on the same page as stories about global warming, rape, and bombings in Algiers, to put it in perspective. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by Steinwnj (talk • contribs) 18:26 UTC 11 Dec 2007
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