Speak for yourself. I render stuff as a hobby and I sure do appreciate a 25-30% cutdown in render and simulation time. I can render on 3 cores overclocked, keeping one core for browsing the internet, and still get better render times than stock on a relatively light 4.6GHz. In the end after dozens of test renders I save up quite a bit of time. Not to mention CPU bound games. Starcraft 2 sees massive benefits and Elder Scrolls Online jumps from 50-60 FPS in cities to around 80. Yes, I have a 144Hz monitor before you comment on 60+ FPS being useless. Don't generalize. There are situations. You've basically come on an enthusiast forum where people overclock the crap out of their hardware and bash overclocking saying it's useless? We have a lot of empirical evidence proving you wrong. If I were you I'd not comment on this subject any further. You are simply wrong.