A source, which sounded a bit annoyed to be honest, told us that he was growing tired of the ongoing rumors about how Intel was going to stop mainstream users from overclocking their processors. They’re simply not true, nowhere near true. We’ve explained the difficulties of overclocking the mainstream versions, e.g. Lynnfield, but that doesn’t mean that it won’t be doable. In fact, partners are evidently expected to bring a number of overclocking features to both socket 1366 and the mainstream socket 1060. Right now it’s still too early to say exactly what and how many, but we can say for certain that there will be overclocking in every segment.