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IS there any reason my Overclock would revert itself?

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I dunno what happened, I randomly opened CPUZ today, and my cpu speeds were back to 2.8, when they were supposed to be 3.3...

I checked with everest and it said the same thing, and yes I tried restarting my computer....

As far as I can tell my OC didn't have any problems like crashing or freezing or whatever

so is it safe to turn my up my cpu again? I just wanted to make sure so I don't fry anything
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The little battery might be losing it's charge.
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OK I just ran the situation past my friend and he says everything is fine and that it happens sometimes, whew... false alarm...
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If my system crashes completely and I have to cold stop it with the switch on the PSU the mobo aoutomatically boots into default settings--which can be a hassle--might be a sign that your system shut off and retarted while running unattended.
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