Destroy my own pc

Hi, i need help to destroy my PC, does anybody know a method to destroy it and then people can't fix it,while they don't know it was on purpose?
Please help me out, have a nice day Wink

Does overclocking too much help? Let me know.

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That doesnt mean your parents...

...will then buy you the computer you want now. You could end up without ANY computer to use then.

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I worry here.

The few times folk have asked this they are often trying to either get their parents to get them a gaming laptop or asking help in defrauding a company.

The problems with those are obvious. I see Kees noted another possible outcome.

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