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A CPU is specifically designed to work as a certain frequency. Some motherboards allow overclocking to speed up the clock frequency and allow the CPU to operate faster. The faster the CPU operates the more heat it will generate.
When a CPU overheats, it will shutdown - this is called thermal shutdown and if this is allowed to continue, the CPU will eventually fail.

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