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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.

That makes sense. Dang. Well OP, you will have to make a choice.

To send an error report, or not to send one.

AKA. Tell intel that it was under voltage and get a new one for free, or add to intel's VAST wealth.

It will be up to you. You are The One.

Oh and if you can't make a choice, then Zion will fall... Yada, yada yada.
    
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post #32 of 88
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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.

thats what i am afraid i am going to have to do.
My worst fear is that i go drop money on a new cpu, hook it up and everything and then the same error is going to happen
post #33 of 88
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A high voltage will fry the chip even if it is for a few seconds. 1.9V+ could have done it.

this highly unlikely, but possible, someone with said compenents in rig would be a little more aware of the warning most bios display wen you are outside a range and there isn't a real easy way to accidently put 1.91 into the value slot. while .9 to 1.65 your pretty safe for a boot and crash, but after that you get grey depending on the cooling solution.

conclusion = always deny deny dney when it comes to rma lol

so so so so wrong. Staying within the specs, yeah that's fine, but once you don't even know what you're doing and you 'mess' up, own up and take responsibility.


@ OP

There is nothing you can do in this situation, one thing you can take from it is that you have at least learned something. Next time reading reading and more reading helps, not fun jumping in to the deep end of things without any experience as you have seen. Bite the bullet, order another or just wait for Ivy which should hopefully be released soon and move on.


Try and see if you can get the motherboard tested out or something elsewhere (shop or friend), that way atleast when you get your new chip it should work fine unless you get a dud.
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haha thanks! at least someone else agree's about honesty?

your talking about a cooperation that already factors in rma into sale figures verus me selling you something is different. intel has deep pockets taht hey sometimes we mess up and use the knowledge that most companies with good customer service will never think twice about exchanging a product to keep said customer happy. even to the point where you not even the oringal owner using asus rma process they are very flexible and know that you still have in your possession their product and while you have it you are under their "care" for the warranty. might be stupidity or just plain accident, but why not use the service and chalk up lesson learned and it makes you more loyal to intel because they did you a solid.
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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.

by my logic..if i shell out $300 hard-earned dollars..i better have a working product
I'm not the manufacturer rolleyes.gif
and..i sold a chip to a guy who put 1.9v through it..and it died ..i would've rma'd it for him..but he said don't bother tongue.gif
 
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Intel overclocking insurance. http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/

Wait a month and get a new one.
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thats what i am afraid i am going to have to do.
My worst fear is that i go drop money on a new cpu, hook it up and everything and then the same error is going to happen

I'm going to assume you have a P67 mobo or something along those lines. It will auto-overclock your new CPU (or it should). Just leave it at that until you get more comfortable with overclocking. A stock 2500k, 2600k or 2700k is a beast as is.
    
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post #38 of 88
RMA the CPU and you should get a new. Unless you killed it with a bad socket or anything else that left it with marks of improper handling.

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1. Sue Intel for making a terrible product.

2. Sell remaining Intel parts.

3. Use money won from court to buy Bulldozer Rig.

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I would suggest making a thread about it on OCN so people can come in and commiserate about it. I am pretty sure all of us did this with a P4 at some point. Go buy a new chip, an i3, if you can't afford a direct replacement.

I wouldn't get into the lying for a free chip from Intel. They just started embracing the OC'ing community, no need to make them start rethinking their decision.
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