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Date: Sun, 18 Feb 2018 01:00:25 -0500
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> >> Another thing, a guy who works for Intel (he analyses defects in CPUs)
> >> told me that processors degrade over time, i.e. they age (at least those
> >> used in consumer products).
> > 
> > no they don't.
> > 
> >> Apparently over time CPU develop defects, which make them slower or
> >> might even cause them to stop working completely. If so, it's not a good
> >> idea buying a 6 years old computer.
> > 
> > nonsense.
> Not non sense.

it's nonsense. 

> The heat of daily use degrades any material like the 
> transistors in solid state amplifiers. 

computers and other electronics last *far* longer than 6 years without
any issue.

electrolytic caps, particularly those from the early '00s, can fail,
but that's an entirely different problem (they were defective) and one
that's easily fixed.