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intel i5 2500(non k) Custom drivers

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Are there any custom Drivers for intel hd graphics 2000 that i5 2500 uses?or an utility for OC or something?? thanks in advance
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I am pretty sure being able to overclock the graphics of the chip is depent on the board you are using. I think you need an H67 to overclock the onboard graphics through the bios.
When overclocking the graphics you are unable to overclock the CPU, you can only do one at a time with the H67 chipset. The new z67 chipset is meant to let you do both.
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I am pretty sure being able to overclock the graphics of the chip is depent on the board you are using. I think you need an H67 to overclock the onboard graphics through the bios.
When overclocking the graphics you are unable to overclock the CPU, you can only do one at a time with the H67 chipset. The new z67 chipset is meant to let you do both.
z68* The H67 is limited to overclocking the iGPU while the P67 allows overclocking of only the CPU. The Z68 is essentially a combination of both.
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z68* The H67 is limited to overclocking the iGPU while the P67 allows overclocking of only the CPU. The Z68 is essentially a combination of both.
woops my bad, I knew I got that wrong.
Yes that is what I was thinking of. The H67 chipset lets you go the GPU and the P67 is CPU, then the Z68 is both.
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