I'm reading the specs of an IC (Cypress 5LP SoC) and it says it's available in 30 k g shock resistance configuration. The fastest acceleration I heard of so far was hitting a golf ball hard, which would be around 1000 g. Does anyone have an example of a mechanical impact of 30 000 g (300 000 m$\cdot$s$^2$), applicable to electronics devices?
I've always loved the Orders of magnitude articles on wikipedia. They list examples for the whole range of magnitudes for many physical quantities. There is one for acceleration too.
Among them: Rating of electronics built into military artillery shells: 15 500 G