The very high consumption of the new Intel Comet Lake processors is well known, and that is that we are facing the same Skylake @ 14nm rise in laps architecture, once again. But with the inclusion of 10-core and 20-wire models, the consumption of these CPUs very easily exceeds the 200W barrier to close to 300W, and although a new platform with the LGA1200 socket with very VRM has had to be launched. Vitamined and well-cooled, we now know that Intel will offer insurance for your CPUs in the event that it burns out after overclocking and our cooling system has failed to do its only job.
As we can see, prices range from $ 30 to $ 20 depending on the processor chosen, with the range of consumption leading to a cost of $ 20 and the high-performance platform at $ 30. Of course, this insurance only covers any damage to the CPU, and this implies that if your motherboard or any other component of the system is damaged after overclocking, this insurance does not cover it.