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Or come over and I'll show you what an 8 pound maul can do in less time than it takes you to edit a voltage and hit F10 reset and enter wink.gif

Your underestimating how fast I can change my voltages.

I can change LLC / Vcore and VSCIO with time to reboot twice!
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I smoked a socket A by removing the heatsink while turned on. That lasted all of about a second.

The last sempron I tested with was the reverse concept. I had lowered clocks and voltage far enough to use just a small fan over the IHS plate and had a stable usable system without any heat sink... even though some people considered the IHS a heat sink, which I suppose it is, but you know what I'm saying......
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I smoked a socket A by removing the heatsink while turned on. That lasted all of about a second.

The last sempron I tested with was the reverse concept. I had lowered clocks and voltage far enough to use just a small fan over the IHS plate and had a stable usable system without any heat sink... even though some people considered the IHS a heat sink, which I suppose it is, but you know what I'm saying......

I hear if you delid the best thing to do is just run the die without the IHS or a heatsink.

You don't need a heatsink if nothing is covering the die.
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Most are simply not in this category and shouldn't worry about lifespan as much as they do especially if temps are in check. Of course tempsnand voltages are two different issues and voltage kills without temps being too high but usually it is fairly correlated.

What do you care anyway? Mind your own business, fry your own hardware, and quit thinking you're giving people good advice. You're not. That video was completely useless.
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What do you care anyway? Mind your own business, fry your own hardware, and quit thinking you're giving people good advice. You're not. That video was completely useless.

Because chips deserve to be warmed up. When I feel a chip running on the cool side, just cringe...
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