Call me a devils advocate, but I wouldnt put it past Intel to already manufacture something into the chip that already makes this feat next to impossible. That it resets way before it would fry itself and thus making this insurance policy unnecessary, but something silly people will buy for peace of mind. I havent tried the chips in question, but in all my many years of overclocking, I have never fried a chip based on overclocking, mad motherboard vrm sure, too much tension on the heatsink in the days before cpu slugs and cracked the cpu maybe, but never due to overclocking. Usually I cant squeeze any more out of the chip so it sits where it sits and my systems get turned over in less than two years so I dont ever see the problem. Oh well, I am sure like it seems in these posts, there are stupid people that are going to buy it anyway.