http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20050412-4804.html Of course this isn't an end-all argument against overclocking. I think the moral of the story is that you shouldn't dick around unless you know what you are doing and you know how to fix the product yourself if something goes wrong. As a support person, I really hate it when unknowledgeable people hack my product the death, come to me with these weird problems, and then refuse to accept the fact that their hacks might be causing the problems (which is usually the case). They expect me to troubleshoot using hacked software instead of the default software which reduces my troubleshooting to the level of shotgun (random guesses instead of systematic isolation). My shotgun can be fairly accurate at times, but it's the principle of it all that annoys me.