My BCLK on my Core i7 965 EE is 24x, with a QPI of 133mhz. That's is seen in bios , and windows at 3.2 ghz. However, Many users, including myself, overclock our processors. So when I set my multi to 34x with the same QPI I'm at 4.5ghz in bios. But in Windows it remains 3.184Ghz. This is because Windows is using the new processors QPI settings to determine the BCLK only, when in reality it should be using the multi's setting also to determine the clock speed of the processor. I bring this up because I sent feedback on this issue, and have yet to see an update to addrees it. As you know, most new computer will have the intel Core i7 processors in them. It would be nice to have windows read them correctly, versus having to use third party software to get correct processor speed ratings.