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Originally Posted by sn0w View Post

Intel overclocking insurance. http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/
Wait a month and get a new one.

like i said intel knows and its all about wording, but doing somethin like this just shows you that they dont care and if you don't wanna fudge an rma you can pay 25 or watever amount to do the dumbie with cpus.
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[quote name="sn0w" url="/t/1215242/i7-2600k-died-what-should-i-do/30#post_16461062"]Intel overclocking insurance. http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/ Wait a month and get a new one.[/quote] I'm quoting myself so maybe people will read it - this is not lying or trying to cheat intel - its a system they started so pay the 20 bucks wait a month and get a new cpu.
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OP ..it was an asus motherboard,right? you CAN"T put more than 1.65v through it..the board won't let you.
not without going under the monitor tab and clicking "ignore voltage"
and ..1.65 is a lower voltage than what kills Sandy Bridge chips
1.75 ..eh..that's getting there whistle.gif
I think your motherboard failed..taking out your chip
I had the same thing happen..but it was a cheap asrock board...and i had already lapped the chip
so..i'm not rma-ing biggrin.gif.. i knew that when i lapped the chip
took a risk and lost
you..on the other hand have a different situation
send me your box and cpu..i'll get ya another one
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OP ..it was an asus motherboard,right? you CAN"T put more than 1.65v through it..the board won't let you
not without going under the monitor tab and clicking "ignore voltage"
and ..1.65 is a lower voltage than what kills Sandy Bridge chips
1.75 ..eh..that's getting there whistle.gif

yes it is an ASUS Maximus IV Extreme-Z
the "ignore voltage" was someting i probably missed.

i guess it is like most people said, this is a lesson learned.
Now i either suck it up and dish out the cash for a new cpu and hopefully get things back up and running in a couple of days, or i go through Intel with that tuning plan and wait a month.
post #45 of 88
This is so wrong on Intel's part. You paid $300 for it and it died within less than a year. No processor should die so fast! Get back to them and dont let them go. Demand speaking to the manager. Even if you pumped 1.65v volts in it by mistake it shouldnt have burnt out so fast. Hope you get a replacement! thumb.gif
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post #46 of 88
I'm seconding the tuning plan. It's a warranty for your chip outside of regular voltage. http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/
You have to wait 30 days before you can send it back though, like sn0w said. $25 for a new chip in 30 days is a good deal if you can hold out. And this isn't cheating the system, this is exactly what the plan is for.
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Originally Posted by Intel Tuning Plan 
The Performance Tuning Protection Plan being offered by Intel is a chance for you to experiment with the overclocking features of your processor without the worries of what will happen if you push the procesor too far. The Plan allows you a single processor replacement, hassle-free, from our customer support. This is in addtion to your standard 3 year warranty. In other words, if it fails under normal usage, we will replace it under the standard warranty; if it fails while running outside of Intel's specifications, we will replace it under the Performance Tuning Protection Plan.

So what we are saying is this: Go ahead and push it, we've got your back.
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This is so wrong on Intel's part. You paid $300 for it and it died within less than a year. No processor should die so fast! Get back to them and dont let them go. Demand speaking to the manager. Even if you pumped 1.65v volts in it by mistake it shouldnt have burnt out so fast. Hope you get a replacement! thumb.gif
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I'm seconding the tuning plan. It's a warranty for your chip outside of regular voltage. http://click.intel.com/tuningplan/
You have to wait 30 days before you can send it back though, like sn0w said. $25 for a new chip in 30 days is a good deal if you can hold out. And this isn't cheating the system, this is exactly what the plan is for.
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Originally Posted by Intel Tuning Plan 
The Performance Tuning Protection Plan being offered by Intel is a chance for you to experiment with the overclocking features of your processor without the worries of what will happen if you push the procesor too far. The Plan allows you a single processor replacement, hassle-free, from our customer support. This is in addtion to your standard 3 year warranty. In other words, if it fails under normal usage, we will replace it under the standard warranty; if it fails while running outside of Intel's specifications, we will replace it under the Performance Tuning Protection Plan.
So what we are saying is this: Go ahead and push it, we've got your back.

i was reading up on that. they dont specify, but im going to guess they are not new chips?
post #48 of 88
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This is so wrong on Intel's part. You paid $300 for it and it died within less than a year. No processor should die so fast! Get back to them and dont let them go. Demand speaking to the manager. Even if you pumped 1.65v volts in it by mistake it shouldnt have burnt out so fast. Hope you get a replacement! thumb.gif


 

Problem is that they will re-instate again by the policy, any voltage damages. They won't cover no matter how much you put it or how high etc.

 
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Problem is that they will re-instate again by the policy, any voltage damages. They won't cover no matter how much you put it or how high etc.
Agreed. OP should just say the comp just switched off. And after swapping every possible component, its the CPU thats the culprit.
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Hey, I had a similar problem where I was over clocking to x45 and changed my offset voltage from -0.02 to -0.015 or something along those lines. It booted then shut down and after that well my comp is died. I still have no idea what when wrong, not sure if it is my mobo or my CPU but i am 100% sure i didn't overvolt it. Talked to the intel rep and they said send it in. So you should definitely try it, I am not saying your honesty is not appreciated but for $300 you should at least have a chance for them to check if it is you who screwed up or the chip. You should try again call them, tell them all you did was changed the offset voltage by +0.005 and see what happens?
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