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  1. I personally would go for the 5600 X, in anything that is single core it will be significantly faster and with multiple cores it will be just a tad slower. But it very much depends on what exactly you are doing, if you are rendering on the CPU non-stop the 3700 may be more suitable.
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  2. Look, if in standard situations the computer does not warm up then that's fine. System performance and attrition tests on the other hand will always be adopted to the maximum possible under unrealistic conditions. In the end if you do OC to improve the capabilities of the computer for your personal use, then probably your OC works fine as you say since it is not warming up and stable. If you are trying to push OC to the limit of its ability for performance tests then in my opinion it is already a completely different field and there is a reason why in competitive OC special materials are used only for the test itself (liquid nitrogen for example) and not for long term use. My recommendation is to just enjoy what you have at the moment and not worry about other things. @KF
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  3. I would not turn it off as it is supposed to keep the CPU on. After all, the right way is to invest more in cooling and heat dissipation in a chassis that will allow you to squeeze more performance out of the CPU and oc. There are a lot of options and a lot of products that you can invest in and that means of course you need to open your wallet a bit. Since they will also allow you to hold the oc more stable and maybe even increase the power of the oc more. Good luck. @KF
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