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This may be completely irrelevant, but doesn't a computer shut off before a 2600k gets to over 100 degrees Celsius? It has fail safes doesn't it?

Nvm it was answered on page 2.
    
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post #22 of 88
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Did you by any chance change between manual and offset mode? sub setting for the Core voltage.

ummm my offset mode sign was + and i left the offset voltage at auto if that is what you mean
post #23 of 88
Wow that sucks next time dont even mess with Tweaking section of the Bios
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ummm my offset mode sign was + and i left the offset voltage at auto if that is what you mean

I think leaving the voltage on auto might have done it...
    
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Do you have another motherboard you can try the cpu in?
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aw man..you never should have told them that. kookoo.gif.hey..did you specify a certain voltage? tell them it was 1.37v whistle.gif
seriously..I'd call back..ask to speak to a manager or something
better yet..tell them a choke on your motherboard failed..and let juice get to the cpu
$300 and dies in a year? GRrr..mad.gifsozo.gif
I would NOT let that go..at all..

So by your logic, say you sold me your cpu, and I put 1.9v through it and it failed, I should tell you it was doa and demand a refund?
I think the op did the right thing.
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This may be completely irrelevant, but doesn't a computer shut off before a 2600k gets to over 100 degrees Celsius? It has fail safes doesn't it?
Nvm it was answered on page 2.

You don't need to have the chip reach those temps. A high voltage will break the transistors or make microscopic cracks in the silicone.
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Do you have another motherboard you can try the cpu in?
So by your logic, say you sold me your cpu, and I put 1.9v through it and it failed, I should tell you it was doa and demand a refund?
I think the op did the right thing.

haha thanks! at least someone else agree's about honesty?
post #28 of 88
eh did think that. i usually use the numerical values. did he said he was increasing by .005 does the "+" really increase that small ?
post #29 of 88
You pay to play bud. Lesson learned now go drop 300 dollars on a new chip and dont screw with it until you read some guides. And dont listen to the monkeys who want you to defraud intel.
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eh did think that. i usually use the numerical values. did he said he was increasing by .005 does the "+" really increase that small ?

yes, i was increasing by .005 i know that for sure.
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