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if your wife needs filled why are you posting here?

take care of your wife man!
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post #72 of 97
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Originally Posted by looniam View Post

if your wife needs filled why are you posting here?

take care of your wife man!

I stopped filling her when we got married, lol. Now I just keep her around for her computer. You know, just in case mine breaks. biggrin.gif
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post #73 of 97
I remember reading this post when it was first created and I said to myself, wow I cant believe after 20 years of building pc's I never killed a CPU... until last week R.I.P. Athlon x4 860k. Your brief run at 5 GHz was fun.
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post #74 of 97
Well, I don't think I can remember them all...

A few 3200+ sA chips died.. Opteron 165. FX-55. FX-4100. Damaged the IMC on my FX-9590 only does single channel now... The other FX-9590 died during the de-lid process. Cut the green board with the razor. That sucked. Cannot remember which socket 3800+ died. Think that was AM2. Killed an IMC on a 1090T during a de-lid. Some other no name s754 cpus and s939 chips died from various types of hard blue screens and black screens of frozen death.

Killed quite a few boards along the way too not to mention HDs and Memory....... just sayin rolleyes.gif
post #75 of 97
All of these stories makes me want to turn down my 6700K redface.gif
post #76 of 97
Quote:
Originally Posted by TheDoug View Post

I remember reading this post when it was first created and I said to myself, wow I cant believe after 20 years of building pc's I never killed a CPU... until last week R.I.P. Athlon x4 860k. Your brief run at 5 GHz was fun.
Yikes. How much voltage were you running through that poor thing?

I ran one for months at 1.5325v at 4.5 GHz without killing it, but I couldn't get to 4.6 even with 1.6v. The 870K I have now will do 4.7 at 1.62v, but I don't normally run it that high.

I've never killed an AMD processor myself. Have killed a few old Intel Netburst chips, but they deserved it.
     
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post #77 of 97
I killed my 4.8ghz 6700k delidding sad-smiley-002.gif, was going slow and steady with a razor and testing once every 5 mins... was about 50% through when it just stopped posting sad-smiley-002.gif, RIP sweet prince.
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All of these stories makes me want to turn down my 6700K redface.gif
Most CPUs on this thread die due to physical damage or obscene voltages, keep your voltages sane and you'll be fine thumb.gif
post #78 of 97
I wish I had more disposable income so that I could afford to push my stuff to the limits. Killing electronics (more or less) on purpose is usually great fun.
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post #79 of 97
My 7700k is dying a slow death. It isn't all that much fun, wondering how long it'll stay stable before I have to downclock it again.
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Yikes. How much voltage were you running through that poor thing?

I ran one for months at 1.5325v at 4.5 GHz without killing it, but I couldn't get to 4.6 even with 1.6v. The 870K I have now will do 4.7 at 1.62v, but I don't normally run it that high.

I've never killed an AMD processor myself. Have killed a few old Intel Netburst chips, but they deserved it.

I don't remember exactly what the voltage was but it was around 1.5 or a little more. I thought it was still functional until I went to move it a new case and the system was completely unstable. Swapped out cpu's and everything ran great. So I guess there is an outside chance sometujng happened in the move but I find that unlikely.
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