i think (and mean only think not certain) we can run a 125w cpu by downclocking it and keeping its tdp around 110w (without any compromise).
If your board support acc or ucc or whatever it is then you can unlock your cpu to a 5-6 core, and your board supports this.
It will require more power (around 125w)
overclocking increases wattage even at stock voltage
if done correctly then it do not, but wrong way and insufficent monitoring compromise integrity of cpu as well as motherboard and other components.
Okay, so unlocking the additional two cores will, as I suspected, will significantly increase the cpu wattage.
So you're also saying, overclocking, even without tampering with the voltage, will increase wattage.
How much will overclocking increase wattage, on stock voltage?
and how much more significant is the increase in wattage when tampering with voltages?
and lastly, what wattage should I not exceed to prevent compromising my motherboard or CPU?
My motherboad is made for 95w CPUs and my CPU is a 95w (Phenom ii x4 960t)