OK, I'd like to start a discussion on this, since it's always been a controversial subject. I was always taught that it was only heat from voltages that would kill a processor, regardless of whether it's vcore, PLL or FSB Term V and not the actual voltage itself. I've personally never experienced any degradation or killed a chip of my own, despite high voltages...with appropriate cooling. So, the question is...can voltage actually kill or degrade a chip if temps are acceptable. If so, HOW does it destroy the chip if it's not heat related?