With increasing turbo modes/names, I'd like to see some kind of test on turbo availability/sustainability. What I'm trying to say is, test the % of time the cpu can be at a given clock speed. For instance, the i7 on my laptop has a turbo clock for 1 core of 3.8Ghz, but even in winter (15C on room) it quickly hits the power and/or thermal limits. So in the end the 3.8Ghz is more of a PR item than a real thing. Of course this get smoothed on benchmarks since they run for long enough but I bet a LOT of people will think something in the lines of "ooh, 10 cores and a super high turbo for gaming, take my wallet", when in reality, the cpu will probably run at almost base speeds avg while gaming.