I think we are talking about different things. Overclocking is most generally used to describe the situation where you are manually forcing memory and/or the processor to run faster than its standard rated speed. That requires more power and drains the battery faster.
If your processor is simply ramping up in speed, that is not overclocking; instead, that means it is responding to demands for more processing power and modern processors do that. The same processor will also slow down when the processing demands fall off. That is how they re designed to work.
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