OBS Stream Encoding crash after sometime "CPU - Streaming/Ryzen 7 3700x"

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Streaming machine
►CPU - AMD Ryzen 7™ 3700x 3.60 - 4.40GHz
►GPU - EVGA GEFORCE RTX 3070 XC3 ULTRA GAMING 8G
►MOB - ASRock B450 Steel Legend ►PSU - Deepcool DQ750ST
►PC CASE - Deepcool Matrexx 50 ►RAM Kingston HyperX FURY 4x8GB DDR4 3200MHz
►Water Cooler - Deepcool GAMMAXX L240 V2
►SSD - 120GB Kingston A400
►M.2 SSD - ADATA XPG 512GB
►M.2 SSD - GIGABYTE 512GB
►HARD DISK - 1TB
►HARD DISK - 2TB

I think that the problem is due to the fact that the processor is not stable at the frequency I clocked it, but it now looks more and more like a dog, because I already tick it several times at different frequencies and the problem remains, namely a momentary program crash!

I want advice to tell me what I can do to correct the problem, and to insert that a few versions of the program I did not have this problem, for example on 26.1.1 it was good?
 

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qhobbes

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If you're having an issue with OBS when using overclocked hardware, set the speed back to the default rate.
 

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A while ago I went to the latest BIOS update on my bottom and now I will do a test flow to see how I will be, by the way I think that since March when I updated the previous version of the BIOS this problem is in the input so I hope with new update to fix things, I also left the processor to automatic overclocking settings from ryzen master, so it will automatically overclock when it deems it necessary I will check how things are now and if there is an improvement or solution to the problem I will get back to standard setting the CPU clock, I still want a little more efficiency when rendering :)
 
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