I Know What You Did Last CPU . . .

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This journalist-type fellow says that Intel can determine if you’ve overclocked and deny your warranty.

This AMD-exec-type fellow says that AMD can determine if you’ve overclocked and deny your warranty, too, though. It’s not clear whether AMD can do this now, or with the new K10s.

These two facts have gotten remarkably little publicity, only found it mentioned here and here.

Thought you might like to know.

Is there anybody out there who has actually been denied a replacement CPU by either company on these grounds? If so, please tell me about it.

Ed


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