Gente, lei este articulo que me hizo preocuparme un poco por mi humilde OC… miren
Segun este articulo, la gente de Intel PUEDE y de hecho LO HACE, examinar cada micro para verificar si fue oceado y asi definir si el comprador recibe otro micro o no.
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"A few big retailers and etailers have confirmed that Intel actually can check if you overclocked your CPU. When you burn your CPU Intel asks its retailers and etailers to return the CPU's back and in three to five weeks Intel gets back the answer whether the end customer gets a new chip or not.
If Intel figurate out that you load a CPU with too high frequency or to high voltage it might deny the RMA. This is a very unfair way of doing the business as the companies does not oppose to overclocking at least not officially.
Yes, we are saying that if you overclock your CPU and fry it at very high frequency that there is a big chance that Intel will deny your RMA.
Retailers and etailers said that they are not sure in Intel methods of judging who gets the new CPU but they said that Intel gets back to them if you overclocked too much and simply refuse to RMA of the part. This is more than disturbing news to all of the overclockers.
If you are one of these customers who didn’t get its RMA'd CPUs because of overclocking please let us know"
Link: http://www.fudzilla.com/index.php?op…632&Item id=1