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1  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / Discussion about Articles / Re: intel knows you overclock? on: April 27, 2007, 02:09:28 AM
i am telling you as an Etailer they are full of crap.

do you have contacts inside of Intel? or do you just post stuff on your website based on hear say?

dont you think if there was a shread of proof to what you say Anadtech etc would have long posted it?
better yet the inquirer?

but heh lets see how well you can be a good journalist
call intel to rma a processor just pretend its bad long enough to get to a tech.

ask the tech, so what do you guys do with the processors that get sent in?

we toss them in the trash.

let see if you got enough guts to do this and report back that you were indeed wrong

or if you will continue to post "FUD"
you do know what that is yes?

2  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / Discussion about Articles / Re: intel knows you overclock? on: April 23, 2007, 02:23:28 PM
i am an etailer... been in the biz since 98.

Intel nor AMD test anything. it goes in the trash.
i emailed one the the intel enginneers, his answer "LOL" we have no way of knowing.
as i said rubbish...


3  Welcome to Fudzilla Forum / Discussion about Articles / intel knows you overclock? on: April 21, 2007, 03:02:23 AM
what a crap o poo.

that the biggest bunch of crap i have ever heard.

1) you CANT fry your CPU Intel(and AMD) has thermal shut down diodes in the chips for yrs now. read the stink'n white papers.

2) you ever seen a fried processor? i have no way in heck you can rma it it is physically damaged and noticeable. (pre thermal diode shut down)

3) Intel nor AMD TEST rma'ed processors, they throw them away. it would cost more to test an rmaed processor than it does to make one, (only costs about $30 a processor, regardless of speed) besides if it tested good what would Intel do with it? they dont sell refurbed chips. could you imagine the press on that?

4) there would be too much cost in adding some type of extra register to even do this (taking up very valuable transistor space) and again see above. cost too much to test

5) if that were true why would Dell (sheesh of all people) be selling overclocked systems.
get off the crack!

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