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Electronics, in regards to computers are far more complex than you believe.

You can not just quote an increase percentage, because, regardless of the overclock, the current will still be rather similar to the default .

I will now partially prove why the current will stay rather similar to the default.

P=VI can not fully be used as there will be too many variables. This formula does not take into account physics to the quantum level, and it does not account for power leakage.

First we have a problem with the gate leakage. This states that there will be some form of current leakage within the chip. The transistor processes of our current time are unable to prevent a leakage and therefore current will itself be “lostâ€.

We now have a problem with capacitance. Defining capacitance states that it increases linearly with the width and the length of the transistors. As the length stays constant the current in this case does not increase.

As this part of the chip has the highest draw we can then state that the current increase will not increase by a huge factor.

TDelay is proportional CGate x Vdd / IDS is proportional to W x L / TOX X Vdd / IDS

I am hoping you know what these mean.

I will be going out shortly so this is only a basic post. I will update it when I come back if you still can not understand this.
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Ummm... ya... so my PSU will support it, even if I OC to like 3.5 GHz?
    
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just a simple question. if voltage to the cpu stayed the same but an overclock was applied would it increase the power consumption and/or heat output?
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just a simple question. if voltage to the cpu stayed the same but an overclock was applied would it increase the power consumption and/or heat output?
Many people say no, but because the CPU is producing more pulses and operations per second, the power usage does go up even if you dont change the core voltage. This also means that as you clock higher the CPU gets slightly hotter.
    
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