I5 2500k Overclocking Tags: CPUs Overclocking Intel i5 Last response: March 30, 2012 7:06 PM in Overclocking Share mrwhosetheboss March 30, 2012 5:27:00 PM Hi all Just got my new i5 2500k and a hyper 212 evo to keep the temps down. I have already overclocked it but I have two questions... 1. when I overclock to 4ghz, and boot up, for some reason, windows still says that my processor is running at 3.3ghz, have i done something wrong? 2. What speed can I go to with this cooler for a stable 24/7 overclock? Cheers Guys! More about : 2500k overclocking | E-mail me updates | Report abuse Register or log in to remove foscooter March 30, 2012 7:06:37 PM With the Sandy Bridge processors, the CPU will scale down to the speed needed to run the current programs running. You may have only set "Turbo-Boost" to 4GHz, but until the CPU usage increases, the speed won't. You have to disable "Speed-Step" or something like that, to get the CPU to run at full speed all the time, even with low usage. | Report abuse Ask the community Publish Tom's Hardware>Forum>Overclocking>I5 2500k Overclocking> Related ressources: ForumTrouble overclocking i5 2500k ForumFirst time overclocking my i5 2500k ForumI5 2500k Overclocking issues ForumI5 2500k Overclocking issues. ForumNeed Help Overclocking i5 2500k ForumOverclocking i5 2500K ForumOverclocking i5 2500k with stock ForumI5 2500k Overclocking issues past 4.2Ghz ForumOverclocking i5 2500k to 5.0Ghz+ ForumI5 2500k Overclocking for Gaming. ForumI5 2500K overclocking questions. ForumOverclocking i5 2500k for Guild Wars 2 ForumI5 2500k Overclocking help please ForumHelp overclocking a intel core i5 2500k ForumI5 2500k or i5 3750k? What one is better for overclocking ? ForumI5 2500k and Intel DZ68BC overclocking ForumIntel DZ68BC and i5 2500k overclocking ForumDZ68BC + i5 2500k Overclocking ForumI5 2500K overclocking problems ForumHelp Overclocking i5 2500k to 4.5 GHZ More resources Read discussions in other Overclocking categories CPUs Motherboards Memory Chipsets Heatsinks Water Cooling Intel AMD !