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Originally Posted by hdpwipmonkey
no they wont do that. If they dont see any indications that it was oc'd then they will probably replace it. They usually look for burn marks or something to that effect. Later they might take it apart for FA just to see what made it fail. They should replace it though without any issue. Remember they lost market share and the last thing they want to do is lose more customers. Thats just my opinion though.
It would cost more for Intel to examine the processor in detail that it does to give you a new one... But if there is any clear indications of a mishap due to OCing, they will not replace it.
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