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a) I see you got your video probs ironed out
b) you should be OK up to 4.1 on stock cooler
brb with what the voltage should be...(gotta reboot)
voltage of 1.24-1.27 (in windows)
ignore the bios voltage..it's generally off
That should get you to 4.1-4.2 or so..probably be @ your thermal limit there

Thanks for the voltages! What should the temps generally be for that?
And is that all I should change? Multiplier and have the voltage auto adjust?
I've been trying to read as much as possible and see people disabling things like c1e (something like that) and more. Does that apply to me on a small OC like this

Edit: Lastly, before I do all this I need to download drivers and such because I'm guessing cd has older versions. Is this all I need for my mobo(bios,ultitly,drivers) and I'm good to go? http://www.gigabyte.com/products/product-page.aspx?pid=3853#driver
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The old fallacy that 4.5ghz is all but guaranteed on an i5 is still alive and well. 4.5ghz is a common number among this overclocking community, but the overclocks you see in OCN members' sigs is not representative of the overall performance percentages of the chip.

It's generally accepted that approximately 50% of 2500k's can go up to 4.4 - 4.5ghz. Approximately 40% can hit 4.6 - 4.7ghz. And approximately 10% can get to 4.8 - 5ghz.

Here's your source: http://www.overclock.net/t/1203551/cant-hit-4-5ghz-on-my-2500k/20
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that is actually a fallacy, that hardforum link is from asus's testing of their ES CPUs, ES CPUs have no CPU PLL Overvoltage option that works, so thus max is about 3-5x multiplier higher for those numbers, calculate in the fact that the silicon on ES is crappier than retail, and then you have an even greater fallacy. I have had many CPUs for LGA1155 all either 2600K or 2500K and they all hit 5ghz.
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