So I started poking around in the motherboard. I found the Voltage with the offset +/- I tried several times setting it to different Voltages and X multiplyers... I set the overclock to x38 from the Motherboard and lowered the V by .05, it seemed a little cooler. for the heck of it I set it to x35 with a - .05 and it ended up crashing a Blue Screening. I'm assuming this is because at that x Ratio the voltage was already so low that by increasing it further there was not enough power? Next I set the Ratio to 42 which is kinda where I'd like my CPU to be... at x42 my i72600k is boosting to 4333mhz I tired setting the voltage to -.05 which was fine, but it still ran hot... so I tried -.08 -.09 and - .1 when I got to -1 it booted but when I ran a stress test it crashed so I assume once again that the is too low of voltage for the CPU? I have the Cpu set now to 42x with an offset of -.085 but it still runs way to hot... I'm idling at 39-44c on all the cores and my V is idling at .888 - .988 when I ran a stress test my V peaked at 1.344 and my cpu temps peaked at about 96C ... I'm not sure why I can't overclock my CPU without getting stupid temps.
Here's a screen shot of open hardware monitor, this is after I stopped the stress test. The stress test only ran for about 2 minutes because I didn't want the cpu cores to get any hotter... I'ts strange how the 1 cpu core stayed at 88C