So Intel put Turbo Boost Technology in almost every one of their processors and it is not a stable piece of software? There is a reason I am not overclocking, because I see it as a 'trick' like you are saying, but the Turbo Boost Technology is designed and installed by the manufacturer, therefore I have much more faith in it's ability / safety. My RGC also hangs in the air, as I was worried about the heat issue as well. Let me ask you this, if I disabled my Turbo Boost in the BIOS, then ran the GCP HD program and it ran flawlessly for an hour but then suddenly crashed (with no rise in my CPU, GPU temps btw they remain constant around 40 C during high stress of streaming) would that be more indicative of a software (just the streaming portion) issue? The CPU issue I could theoretically understand, since it is just short of the dual core recommended speed, and I doubt the RGC runs on 4 cores anyways. In the end, I have seen a good number of threads in various forums with the same issue, and was hoping that by going more to the source that I could get an explanation, even if not just for my case.