Yes! Tom's, please keep this website style, the recent change to a newer look and feel, wasn't nice at all, at least not to me. This 'old' style just works, and is much easier on the eyes. Plus, you can add a lot more news articles on the front page with the way it is now (old style).
Thanks for going back to the old style, well, at least for now.
A n00b has a question - If the 8700k has native support for 2666Mhz Ram, why buy ram with higher mhz like 3000+? Just curious. Thanks!
Native support is "out of box" support for CPU itself. The higher frequencies are handled by motherboard manufacturers putting in higher clocked memory controllers. Using thing called XMP profiles, as long as motherboard supports them and your memory supports that speed, you can tell your hardware how to talk to RAM to achieve higher speeds (up to what RAM/motherboard is rated at).