"TheRetiredSlave" said:This. I can confirm. Overclocking itself doesn;t void warranty but if you manage you burn your rig in the process, it won't be covered. Its the same idea as opening your laptop. You may take the entire thing apart without voiding the warranty but if you break something, it wont be covered. Check out the Overclocking thread, get software you need and give it a shot.
As far as I know, overclocking does not void the warranty, but any damage explicitly caused by overclocking will not be covered by the warranty (IF they can prove that you did overclock.)