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Overclocking a i5 2500k

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Hi guys, i want to overclock my i5 to 4.5 or 4.8 of possible. I have a P8P67LE, 600W psu, and Corsair H100i water cooling system. I tried using Turbo Evo auto tune tool (in fast overclock) and now i have my i5 on 4.3 (max frequency) with 1.32 V. I ve read many treads and a lot of people are geting with that voltage a stable 4.5 ghz clock. SHoud i go to Bios and put it in that frequency? or shoud i change something before? Im a reeeealy big noob, thanks for helping smile.gif and sorry for my bad english
post #2 of 6
Definitely overclock in the bios. All the auto programs use far more voltage than should be needed. I know you said you have read guides, but this is the one I used to OC mine. I've gotten over 5.3GHz on my chip.

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post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Thanks!!! realy apreciate your help, i will read it, and thanks for your fast reply.
post #4 of 6
Thread Starter 
Ive read the guide, but i have a new problem.. i have the P8P67 LE motherboard, and the bios thas no Cpu voltage option.. do you know something about this mobo? the voltage seams to be in auto, when i overclock to 4.4 the cpu V is around 1.32 v and when i overclock to 4.5 and run Intel burn test, i fail the test. I can change voltages using AI suite 2 but sems to work very bad.. in the voltage option, the vcore is set to 1.2 but on load, cpuz is marking 1.32 or more. Any ideas?
post #5 of 6
There should be a button to change it from Auto voltage to Manual voltage.
post #6 of 6
Thread Starter 
There is not.. in LE version you cant change from auto to manual. I only can change offset voltage.
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