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    Hi all, I recently purchased a PC with AMD Accelerated processor that initially ran at 4.2 GHz aware of having a pretty decent cpu, I tried to increase the frequency of 100 MHz, just to make a few tries. But I have noticed that with only 100 MHz temperature increases of 5-6 and so I gave up the enterprise resetting the default characteristics which, however, I have set the cpu speed to 3800 MHz I then reopened the BIOS, I increased the speed again to 4.3 GHz by accident but the next time I can reset everything as before. In all I have increased and decreased the speed about 5 times always a few megahertz. Finally everything seemed ok, turned the video games, the PC was fast and everything else the same as before.

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    How long after several attempts he continued to run well? However I think it is hardware problem, I think most of software try some other program.

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    Look, now still runs well and good so much so that I am writing with the same pc xD the only problem is the analysis. I hope depends on the software however now I try with some other program thanks for the advice.

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    Maybe knowing what cpu and motherboard and ram it however exclude also a problem with the cpu that or go or not go!

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    So, I waited for someone to ask me them components so 'these: CPU: AMD A10-5800K APU with Radeon HD Graphics 4.20 GHz RAM: 8 GB Corsair Vengeance 1600 MHz frequency range up to Motherboard: ASUS F2A85-M but I think, after I informed a little ', the cpu, if the limit becomes unstable, and this would mean then that I did not reset it correctly. I hope ! According to you anyway?

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    I can not answer, never had to hand cpu like however, I suggest a nice reset CMOS and see how it behaves. Try also some bench for cpu and gpu, in order to identify if it is the video section or the cpu to cause the crash and act accordingly. In theory, these processors have a good overclocking headroom I do not think that raising the frequency of 100mhz may have problems!

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    And the 5800 base and 3800 mhz because you say 4200? However the CPU goes or does not go in overclock you have done in the cases more difficult you could damage a definitive way the motherboard or ram or just have not done a good reset bios.

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