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18 Jan 2013  

Windows 7 Professional 64bit SP1

Day to day computing you won't see a difference. Programs and applications that use multiple cores and actually stress them will run a little easier because of the increased clock frequency. Also, games will benefit a little bit, like Paul said above, and you may gain a few FPS. An SSD will give you the responsiveness no other piece of hardware can. Don't worry that you can't feel your overclock, just be happy it's there!
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