1055T OC - All look good?

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I have just overclocked my 1055T a little bit more up to 3.7 from 3.5

Everything was left at AUTO and I just bumped up the FSB to reach 3.7 on CPU clock speed. The NB is at about 2.4 and the memory about 1300ish.

Below is a screenshot of an OCCT hour long test (took the screen shot after it finished, thus the temp drop etc). The maximum temp, as you can see, was 55c and it went through it with no errors.

Is this stable? Any concerns I should have? I only use the PC for gaming.

EDIT* The CPU speed drop is due to Cool n Quiet being enabled so it dropped after the test stopped.

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Also, I did this test with Cool n Quiet enabled. Should I disable that if I have overclocked my CPU or is it safe to leave enabled?
 
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Looking good, I guess the question is how far do you want to push it.
Are you using turbo boost with this?

I leave CnQ and C1E enabled, I don't run a high OC (4.0 on my 1090T) so it's not an issue, I guess if you were going for exteme OC'ing you could disable them for stability but your not pushing it to that degree.
 
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I have disabled turbo boost.

So I can just leave CnQ enabled? Would you say if I wanted to go further with this OC I would have to start tweaking voltages?
 
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