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Obviously with all these over clocking/tweakings, there bound to be plenty of BSOD or hung system.

Given my recent unlucky experience, I wonder if SSD is more prone to damage from overclockng, compared to conventional HD?
    
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Obviously with all these over clocking/tweakings, there bound to be plenty of BSOD or hung system.

Given my recent unlucky experience, I wonder if SSD is more prone to damage from overclockng, compared to conventional HD?
Nope, when overclocking the Sandy Bridges you don't typically modify the Bclk significantly, which is the only reason you'd get a BSOD directly caused by the HDD/SSD, or potentially damage it.

If they are more prone to damage? A controller is a controller, there might be slight variances between the different SSD OEMs, but I'd expect those would be just as diverse among the HDD population.
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