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Overclocking causes melting?

By BnX
Oct 1, 2006
  1. Well, I've been reading up on overclocking and i've heard you need a pretty good cooling system to overclock parts. Like if you overclock it will overheat to such an extent that it melts? not sure if this is true but just checking with you guys.
     
  2. Steve

    Steve TechSpot Editor Posts: 2,122   +1,137

    No this should not happen! I guess anything is possible but realistically nothing should melt in a modern computer. If the cooling is inadequate the system will just crash a lot, restart or shutdown constantly. Running at high temperatures is not a good thing and will certainly kill something eventually.
     
  3. BnX

    BnX TS Rookie Topic Starter Posts: 37

    Ahh ok, Im happy with leaving my PC as it is, not overclocking :)
    Thanks for the reply
     
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