This is somewhat where I need an experts advice. I have a Asus rog series motherboard. Good board with nice features and inbuilt overclocking stuff. I have some applications which are used to convert a video into different format. I have to generate high quality videos which are used for different purpose. The current content which I receive in raw format. What I noticed that when I overclock the system, the conversion time is reduced to 20 mins. That is more than enough for me. So I need some options or what you can say good suggestions to keep my system overclock for 24x7. I never shutdown my pc, as it keeps on recording from one side and converting that to HD format on the other side. The automated software does this. Last time I remember my cpu burned off within 3 weeks. That was done by an office staff who tough overclocking can be safe. I know there are certain mistakes that we had done and ignored. First thing that came in my mind and under top requirement is cooling. For me it is not possible to keep the cpu inside a freezer, but we can here afford a good cooling kit. Second I had noticed that the hardware which I am using should be robust to handle regular overclocking pressure and the last thing where I am stuck is the amount of voltage used for this. Please give me provide me appropriate suggestion. I need voltage suggestion where I can keep the system running 24x7 overclocked without killing it. Thanks.