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Old 05-02-2010, 07:01 AM
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I've killed some hardware as well. Of course not that many as you guys have, but still it was painful

Crucial Ballistix PC8500 D9GMH
Rams heavily degraded after operating lots of hours at 2.7V+... They're not dead, but still can't even touch the frequencies they used to be able to achieve. I'm talking about 645MHz 4-4-4-4 and 680MHz 5-4-4-4 SPi 1M.
put them into the freezer, or bake them.
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put them into the freezer, or bake them.
I've tried the freezer resurrection trick, but nothing came out of it. It was kinda weird to be honest, because I've tried that trick again in the past with a Kingston HyperX D9GKX kit and it was working fine afterwards.

Since early 2009 they've found protection in a friend's 24/7 system so no problem for me
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I killed a mainboard (s370) , a pci videocard (S3 virge ) and a Pentium MMX !!
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This isn't for hardware that died of old age
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that's kinda epic post xD

I killed some hw but not that much after all, during my firsts SS shots this mobo died cus of my own fault





and the chip in his socket runing WPrime1024 : hiting this before

But a couple of weeks ago I killed one of my Perfect Storm 17066 C8 module ...waiting after RMA atmo.
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Add an AOpen 700w to my list. Sessions with a C2D at 5.6GHz + either two 4870x2s or two 9800GX2s followed by having its fan removed and being run that way for six months took their toll.
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