Yes it will but there is always some le way. my brothers PC has an Athlon x 3 on a board that supports only up to 95W CPUs and he can unlock to 4 cores (125W) and it runs fine but will not overclock at all and the board temps are fairly high. If he leaves it as a x3 he can overclock to 3.6GHz which still puts it over 95W.
so if i dont unlock the cores ,instead i overclocked it to 3.6 something ..will it reach 95 watts or higher??
what is more important the clock speed or the cores in gaming?? sorry im just newbie in this things