Intel users enjoy bragging about their clockspeeds?
If AMD Users don't enjoy this at least as much, if not more because of the fact they seem to enjoy overclocking than Intel Users then it would be quite surprising that AMD Users don't generally talk about their clockspeed - rather the Intel numbered equivilent 3200, 3400, 3600. Unless they are discussing how they have overclocked it. In which case they still point out the Intel equivilent number from their new clockspeed...
I have heard no Intel User bragging of their clockspeed unless it is deserved - the big ones like 3.8Ghz, 4Ghz, 5Ghz - the people who have done some great things with their processors. AMD users however, will often brag needlessly of their clockspeed (3200 @ 2.6Ghz) for instance. Even people who have processors which are useless will brag about how their 2000s are at 1.8Ghz or 2Ghz.
Saying Intel Users brag about their clockspeeds is the silly thing