To become certain about lifespan of modern electronics, I want to ask some question about overvolting and temp to check which actually kills the electronics
Assume I magically overclocked my CPU without any increase in voltage to 100 ghz (or maybe slightly increased voltage). Is there any chance for my intel/AMD cpu to be burnt just to run in high speed? I did not overvolt so the temp is within 60C-70C.
2) Let's say I overvolted the CPU a 'little'. So 2volt, or 2.5volt (which is a lot). Then I checked the temperature of CPU and VRM it was below 70-75C. the question is, will the CPU die because of overvolting withint temp limit? I had an assumption that VRM will die just because of over current flow but CPU will die almost exclusively because of temp.
2b) Let's say I overvolted a by a mile, 5 volt :P Somehow the CPU and Mobo temp didn't go too high because magic. Will the CPU die? How about VRM? Capacitors?
3) repeat question 1 for GPU, lets say I overclocked 1080Ti to 7000 mhz core clock 70000 on mem clock without overvolting anything, thnx to magic I actually undervolt the card a little bit, games are not showing any artifact, will the gpu die? https://9apps.ooo/
3b) same as 3a, but say the games are showing artifacts, temps are under control, no voltage changed.
3c) what if I undervolt a graphics card heavily, performance and coreclock somehow remains acceptable, can that damage a graphics card's VRM?
4) repeat question 2 and 2b for GPU. overvolting but temperature of chip, vram and VRM is acceptable, which component of the GPU die?
5) repeat question 1 and 2 for a cellphone, like oneplus seven or any ARM device. Ignore battery drain.