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    Can high pci bus damage equipment, chipset, hd, etc.....

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    If ya run anything out of spec ya stand the chance of some damage. That is why ya go with components that have a good oc track record. As for myself, I've run my old pos seagate hd at 42pci and never had a prob. I think if ya can run closer to spec the better, but thats not always fun

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    The only problems I have heard of is HDD damage. I think I read because of excessive heat. You might just put a HDD cooler on the bottom of the HDD and you should be OK.

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