^ Agreed. HOWEVER, keep in mind Intel aims most f their boards at stability, as as such many OCing options are missing or reduced compared to the Gigabyte/ASUS/DFI,etc boards.
Very true. I have seen one Intelboard without OC options at all. It was on my friend's son computer and he asked me to help him OC but I can not even see the option where I change FSB speed.