The title is a pretty common question, but in my case, I have an R5 2600 and was using the Ryzen Master Utility to overclock it. I increased it to 4GHz and increased the voltage to 1.4v. I then clicked "Apply and Test" via the Ryzen Master utility and it was successful. The temp went to about 69 during the test but no higher. I soon figured that I could lower the voltage to 1.3v so I did so and tested it again. I soon realized that I didn't need to overclock the CPU as I was getting enough performance out of it anyways, so I reset to stock settings and uninstalled Ryzen Master as I heard it is also not a very good overclocking software. (Better to OC via BIOS), I'm just worried that I may have reduced the lifespan of my CPU and affected it's performance while I was overclocking it. I never actually played any games with the OC, I simply set the overclock via Ryzen Master, tested it and that was all I did with the overclock. So have I damaged or slowed down my CPU by doing that? Or will the CPU be unaffected and work like it should at stock settings?