Thats fine as long as its stable.
If you get a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), You will probably need to disable "Spread Spectrum" and "Cool 'n' Quiet".
Once you disabled them settings, and you Still get a BSOD, Add a lil more vcore if needed. That will increse temps and don't go crazy with the vcore (CPU Voltage)
As said here. Every time you make a change, do a stability test with prime95. Take your time, and don't get discouraged when you get the BSOD.