on the r7000p netgear in the commands section at first after the reboot i couldn't connect i had to unplug it then plug it back in then in win 10 do the troubleshooting for network then i was back in business and sure enough the clock changes were there and temps were about the same as with 1000 so i will test at 1200 for a bit and if it gets to hot ill go back down even though kong i hear warned against it I am not sure why exactly, just do not change the 800 bit 1200 or 1400 max I expect the changes to minor and barely noticeable honestly. But hey I overclock everything I can usually video cards or android processors but I figured id try this out too hopefully i don't burn it up just gotta keep an eye on the temps will run it thru some stress as i have 5 people using the net all the time on this router that is one way to find out how it holds up. Anyhow GL if you have any probs losing connection just run the windows troubleshooter and it should fix it up for me it tried to get connection from the modem which is why mine was messed up but after the troubleshoot all is well. I got mine set pretty good now I believe I ran some test at dslreports for network bloat etc, and I got all As and A+ after a few other tweaks i did. I hope it gives me the lil edge i have been looking for in games.
You can't (or i was unable to) OC the R7000P pretty sure it drops the ram down to 400 from memory so vpn throughput is slower than stock.
R7000 is fine @ 1.2Ghz some soft brick @ 1.4 some run fine i seem to remember but i recommend you get ttl serial cable before attempting to oc @ 1.4Ghz just in case