In the near future we will be probably flooded with graphic cards they were used for crypto mining. There are many not very well-founded discussions about their reliability. And similarly many un-founded comparisons between used and used for crypto mining. Hence I would like to dig deeper, educate myself and find more information's regarding this service life topic. Any technically/physically focused comments and sources describing components service life welcomed. I propose to skip electrolytic caps in this discussion as its reliability is already well described. However ICs, ceramic caps, resistors and magnetics is part of my focus.
As a starting point I cite Murata MLCC chart where with X5R they declare that 20C difference in case case temperature (range 60C-80C) is a question of almost 10 years of service life. Woo-ow!