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The manual that came with your motherboard, should give more information about the overlocking. Be aware, "extra" speed of your processor won't be noticeable in 99,999% of the use. But you could damage the processor. Be aware it could be possible you have to change the memory access, what could end with a slower working PC to.
Gamers used to "overlock" their systems, to get on or 2 % more speed with their system. Most overlockers were so fanatic with this, the never had their computer ready to game.
take the front speaker cover off and unhook the circuit board for the buttons its like a 7 pin connector our's did the same thing and we spent 200.00 getting boards soldered just to bring it home and it still flipped thru channels and then shut off. I took the circuit board off and it works fine.