I see it as if your to lazy to answer the question when why bother typing. instead of acting all high and mighty why not just link another thread to save everyone time.
No i dont have any imput because i opened the thread curious on the answer instead some DB wasted my time... his time.. anyone elses time looking for the answer. Atleast john posted a link leading to info instead just flapping his mouth about not getting paid. he didnt get paid yet he contributed you on the other hand are a waste of bandwidth.
As is your input. The OP asked, almost an hour later he got an answer. He could of seen the same answer 10 times in 15 minutes if the op did something besides sitting on thier butt waiting to be spoonfed.
Ask Jonny what he thinks about this consistently lazy approach to learning.
Your question about overclocking an Intel Core i5 is backwards. Instead you should identify the specific cpu and ask how high it can be overclocked and still run stable. Tower style heatsinks like the Hyper 212+ can handle it. They're being used successfully to cool the high end cpu's.
Checkout this Tom's Hardware article for budget P55 motherboards: