Basically do you find it somewhat dissatisfying if not downright annoying that when you o/c an AthlonXP and lose your XP rating (model number)?
eg. You o/c your TbredB XP1700+ from 11x133 to use 12.5x166 which is identical to an XP2600+ but then you get the deflating 'Athlon running at 2.08ghz' instead of the appropriate 'AthlonXP2600+' tag. I understand that you may run at a speed which doesn't have an XP rating such as 18x133 or 10x225 but surely it would be far nicer if you do run at a std XP rated speed for that speed to be displayed.
My old Gigabyte 7VAX KT400 mobo showed the XP rating when o/c'ed ... my Abit NF7-S v2.0 nForce2 just shows the '2.08ghz' ... okay it's not a big thing by any means but come on ... don't rob me of my rating LOL!
So when you o/c does your mobo apply the XP rating (if one is applicable) or simply display the ghz alone? It would be interesting ... but maybe I'm just insanely boring LOL!