Do you really need to overclock? Your CPU is running at 3.2Ghz. But if you must, make sure you have a good cooler. (Not a stock cooler)
There should be a clock multiplier option in your bios or something like that. Mine is called "CPU Clock Ratio"
It is normally set on "Auto" when you build a new PC. See what yours is set to. Mine is set to x15.5 by default.
(When you start to change it, it will say the speed for the corresponding setting. When you get to a setting that shows your default or stock speed, start raising it from there.)
Tip: When Overclocking never jump to high speeds, raise slowly by 100Mhz every time. Test it to see if it's stable at every setting. When you get to a setting you like, run Prime95 for a few hours to make sure your overclock is stable. Also make sure your temperatures are not too high.
They might if you make a fus about it and mention things like the consumer goods act
PS: the goods act allows all cosumers to return their product in a period of 6 years of purchace and i have heard of the msi hq USB flash utility tool but a person on their website told me to do it this way.