Getting a truly stable overclock (FX-6100) on this board has been quite the challenge. If you find yourself stuck with one of these, then it can be overcome, provided you lower your aspirations slightly.
Despite lasting through long prime sessions, I had the problem where the clock multiplier would drop down to x7. There is of course a lot of conjecture on what causes this. The obvious place to check would be the windows power scheme (best set to high performance). Then there's the bios settings, C6 State, CnQ, Turbo Core disabled. But where I actually found my gold ended up being the subject of TDP throttling.
Of note were posts I've read about the VRM (voltage regulator module) overheating.
On a whim I thought I would redesign the airflow of my system a little, instead of blowing through the cpu heatsink, I switched it to sucking air out of the heatsink, a very short distance to the exhaust/rear system fan.
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My results were actually quite surprising.
For the cost of a couple extra centigrade at load (well within acceptable limits (48c), the throttling completely disappeared.
So it would seem, if you're stuck with a cheap board, it may be that you consider the board, before the cpu.
Later I plan to replace the fans, and get an extra one to try a push and pull scenario, but the system as it is, would probably survive without such an investment.