And my overclock is stable, again. It increased the stability alot, my overclock to 4.2. So that is not the problem.
As if you actually know that. Fact is you don't because you have absolutely no statistics to draw from. Just more hyperbole from you really.
Perception is not the same as fact. Logic is a trait lost on you apparently. Here's where you go wrong you see.
Premise 1: The game doesn't run well on my i5 2500k and GTX 680.
Premise 2: If the game doesn't run well on my computer, the client is unoptimized.
Your conclusion: The client is unoptimized.
Problem: The game runs well on other computers with that same hardware.
You are using several fallacies in order to try to push your conclusion. Besides the informal fallacy you committed, argumentum e silentio and petitio principii comes to mind as well.
I'm sorry "freind", but the problem is on your end. I am glad you don't know enough about computers to fix it yourself though, your unnecessary hostility through this threads doesn't exactly leave me feeling sorry for you.
Now I'm off to play gw2 on my i5 2500k and GTX 680 with a constant 60 fps.