I wouldn't specifically have an issue with it being dual core, if it actually delivered. But what this review proves is that it might perform more or less the same as a similarly priced 4 core CPU does at standard. Without counting the platform cost, you basically have to overclock it as much as you can to approach the same performance of a standard chip of comparable cost which is guaranteed to perform at that level out of the box. Even before factoring in overall costs this chip doesn't make sense. p.s. I fully with you Bindi - Intel should ditch the iGPU completely on certain chips. AMD managed it on a couple of chips recently, and they're much more into selling the integrated product than Intel are.