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post #1 of 89
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I just saw this on techreaction...

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Miahallen made a blog on it: http://www.techreaction.net/2011/01/14/blog-socket-burn-is-back-with-sandy-bridge/

Is this for real? Not again please. frown.gif
post #2 of 89
fa realz
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He's a little vague on the details eh, no mention of how much voltage used or if he even used it, he only says he looked it over..
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Using an advanced mathematical algorithm I determined.....That this is not good.
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post #6 of 89
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Originally Posted by GeforceGTS;12016221 
He's a little vague on the details eh, no mention of how much voltage used or if he even used it, he only says he looked it over..

By the sound of it the board had been used prior to him receiving it and showed the socket burn. Or maybe I'm misreading it? You're right, it is kind of vague.
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what his version of "extreme conditions" is needs to be said. who puts out a claim like this and then sheds no details on what was happening at that time. this could have been his own fault for all we know.
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Oh god, the same thing happened with the early 1156 sockets. I believe it only occurred with Foxconn sockets, the Tyco and Lotes sockets were unaffected. If this is the case again, Foxconn sucks. Basically if the CPU draws too much power then this could happen assuming the socket is poorly designed.
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post #9 of 89
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dopamin3;12016260 
Oh god, the same thing happened with the early 1156 sockets. I believe it only occurred with Foxconn sockets, the Tyco and Lotes sockets were unaffected. If this is the case again, Foxconn sucks. Basically if the CPU draws too much power then this could happen assuming the socket is poorly designed.

What sucks is that the majority of 1155 boards are Foxconn. frown.gif

Supposedly Foxconn fixed the issue with 1156 but most boards you find now are Lotes.
post #10 of 89
Quote:
Originally Posted by SimpleTech;12016293 
What sucks is that the majority of 1155 boards are Foxconn. frown.gif

Supposedly Foxconn fixed the issue with 1156 but most boards you find now are Lotes.

Mine is , does that mean I don't have to worry?
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