I just asked a Question relating to BCLK on CPU/BIOS Settings and got an interesting comment >>
Before you do that I suggest doing more research. I literally searched for BCLK and found the answer to your question (multiple results) – Ramhound 7 mins ago.
I was blown away as I know this user is a frequent SE user as I've seen his comments on old questions and new. I would think this falls perfectly under what this site is all about. Good Questions with community voted answers.
I tried looking on SU Meta but only found questions (similiar), but the answers related to asking "Self Answer" type questions which this was not. My theory is that I can leave the answer to somebody who needs the rep if it's "that simple". But to me, it wasn't. (And not a Dupe as far as I could find on SU) I spent hours reading on OC'ing non K intel CPU's (something I didn't realize was possible) but I came across too many abbreviations to make heads or tails of most of it. IE: Increase your BLCK and lock you MCE. (To a noob in CPU OC'ing that's total jargon!). Which as an IT guy I can relate to, but I'm usually not on the receiving end of the "confused" spectrum.
Asking questions that are clearly answered elsewhere
Can I ask a question here if it is not already asked but the answer is in the internet?
Update: While the above post linked were the inspiration for my question, I'm mostly curious if it's okay etiquette to ask questions that are easily answered via Google.
My thought would be yes, because we want to build the stack exchange knowledge base and I feel more confident when I see an answer on a stack exchange that has been voted on by the community versus just because it shows up in Google results doesn't mean it's correct.
(I host a Blog that shows up in Google results all the time and I don't pretend to be 100% accurate on my blog lol)