It all depends on how long he is keeping the CPU, my guess is, not too long.
From the research I've done, it seems that Vcore is not the most important factor in CPU damage, high VVT voltage is mostly to blame a lot of the time. Particularly concerning the 45nms, many people killed their CPUs running 1.3V+ on VVT, whilst many others ran fin with a 1.4V Vcore and 1.1 VVT.
You do have a high VID, that can partially explain the high volts. I envy the lucky people who got Q6600's with 1.2V VIDs, my best was 1.275V, and that would do 3.5GHz with 1.35V, not too bad.
And I don't put a lot of thought into temps, it's a minor factor IMO, far behind voltages. It's almost impossible to damage a CPU from submitting it to high temperatures, throttling kicks in before any real damage is caused. And sure, you may shorten the lifespan slightly, but nothing that would really matter. That's not to say that I don't do everything to reduce temps, I took the time to lap my CPU and cooler, and I do have my limit, it's just a little higher than other people's. But you're not a real overclocker if you're not going to push everything to the limit.
Great OC Speedydowt, congrats.
Could you determine the lowest stable voltage @ 3.6GHz 400x9? just so all of us poor sods with air cooling have a reference point. My old Q6600 would do it with 1.375V, and the one before that needed 1.4V.