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Overload a circuit via frequency?
    #15628094 - 01/07/12 01:14 AM (9 years, 9 months ago)

Is there a way to fry a circuit via frequency?...


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: Brainiac]
    #15628146 - 01/07/12 01:26 AM (9 years, 9 months ago)

A frequency of what?  Certainly a high frequency machine gun or earth quake could destroy a circuit.  But you say "fry" so I suspect you mean some kind of frequency for the current in the circuit?  (or maybe a laser? :tongue:)

Expand on your thoughts a bit.  What kind of circuit?  What kind of frequency?


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: DieCommie]
    #15628172 - 01/07/12 01:30 AM (9 years, 9 months ago)

i've seen a modchip fail on a 360 by having a wire run to close to an electromagnet even though it wasn't grounded to it.  does that count?


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: iateshaggy]
    #15628196 - 01/07/12 01:38 AM (9 years, 9 months ago)

I was looking to fry a chip like a pet chip...?


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: Brainiac]
    #15628203 - 01/07/12 01:40 AM (9 years, 9 months ago)

:tinfoil: go stealth mode :tinfoil:


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: iateshaggy]
    #15629346 - 01/07/12 12:12 PM (9 years, 9 months ago)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microchip_implant_(animal)#Components_of_a_microchip
it seems unlkely, because it is incased in glass. You could try tasering it, but I bet fluffy won't like it. Best bet is to take it out and smash it. Whose dog ya stealin'?


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Re: Overload a circuit via frequency? [Re: Brainiac]
    #15630634 - 01/07/12 05:34 PM (9 years, 9 months ago)

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Brainiac said:
Is there a way to fry a circuit via frequency?...



If you put enough power into it and get the frequency turned into a circuit in the chip that would be sensitive to burning it out. You'll need to know quite a bit about the chip you're frying and then figure out how to induce enough power in it to blow it up.

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I bet fluffy won't like it.



If this truly involves a living creature, then you'd have to be a gigantic asshole to even try this. Don't do it.


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: Brainiac]
    #15633383 - 01/08/12 04:47 AM (9 years, 9 months ago)

Are you honestly asking for advice on how to steal a dog?!?!?


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Re: Frying a circuit via frequency? [Re: HagbardCeline]
    #15636824 - 01/08/12 10:25 PM (9 years, 9 months ago)

If the chip is just by itself (as in not imbedded in a animal)  throw that sucker in the microwave. Fry it really quick...I've done that to my bank cards that have that RFID shit in them.


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