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post #11 of 17
100c is already the boiling point. Usually getting around 60-70c is already the danger zone.

Are you sure you aren't mistakeing F for C
post #12 of 17
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
Heh, don't worry about that warranty.... OCing voids warranties as well
And they'd know because....?
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And they'd know because....?
The only reason you would be sending the card back is if you damaged it. There would be burn marks on the chip if you damaged the board while OCing. Trust me they would know.
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post #14 of 17
If you don't reflash your BIOS, there is a chance.

If it is an expensive piece, they could look for eletromigration vs. the heatsink fell off type damage. But never heard of any checking that.
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Originally Posted by pauldovi
The only reason you would be sending the card back is if you damaged it. There would be burn marks on the chip if you damaged the board while OCing. Trust me they would know.
I can point you to several examples saying they wouldn't A damaged card that is overclocked doesn't mean that the damage occurred from overclocking.
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post #16 of 17
I think yuandrew may be correct in thinking that he may be mistaking a f for a c.
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post #17 of 17
Slap a pot on top of that sucker and get some noodle cooking dude. That is warm bro, id down clock your card or something. Its gonna toast after a short while.
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