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Exploding Overclocking Extreme AMD Duron Vaporizing

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Dam that was funny also including the P4 :lol:

 

I have to say it's possible, silicon is a very dense material is it not with very tight bonds. So when the chip rapidly expands from heat and the bonds brake the energy release could create the reaction you see.

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hmmm, germany the 3rd world country: the link says:

 

Currently, the playback feature of Google Video isn't available in your country

 

how sad is that...

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how sad is that...

Try Google Secure Access client, if you can still find it, that makes you look like you're coming from SF bay. :)

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Nevermind, I watched the other videos. You can hear the fuse burning in the P4 one.

 

Funny videos, and I like the Rammstein as background music.

Jeff

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