skip the quotes... overclocking is always a bad idea.
> decreased? So that my system which was once able to boot up development
> kernels when overclocked is no longer able to do so?
it even might be that the hardware is slightly damaged and stats to show up;
there _is_ a reason to use the CPU at it's design specs..
at unsafe clockspeeds, you can (and did) run out of the tolerances.
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