I5 2500 more stable than non-overclocked i5 2500k? Tags: CPUs Overclocking Intel i5 Last response: November 27, 2011 2:15 PM in CPUs Share adyro November 27, 2011 2:07:50 PM Is the i5 2500 more stable than a non-overclocked i5 2500k? I can't decide between the two. Stability is far more important to me than overclocking potential. The price difference is too small to be a deciding factor. More about : 2500 stable overclocked 2500k dirtyferret a b à CPUs a b K Overclocking November 27, 2011 2:15:20 PM depends on the OC, the more you OC the greater the chance in instability at stock speeds both are very stable (no difference) but if you want to run just stock then get the non-K. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumIs the i5 2500k more "overclockable" than the i7 2600k? ForumI5 2500k getting overclock stable and cool ForumI5 2500K 4.7 GHz stable in Prime95 but fails during boot up ForumHow To Overclock Core i5 2500K to 4.7 Stable ForumI5 2500K 4.4Ghz Stable in prime for 12 hours but booting instable ForumI5 2500k temps ForumOverclocking i5 2500 k/AsRock stable settings. Help? ForumI5 2500k at 4.3GHz Safe and stable help? ForumCant overclock 2500k more than 4ghz ForumI5 2500k idle core temps, are these stable ? ForumMost Stable Memory for i5 2500K / P67 Combo ForumBest Cpu cooler for ~40 Forum[Solved] 2500 v 2600 for gamin/cad ForumX4 955 BE VS X6 1090T BE VS 2500k ForumAMD FX 8120 Black 8-core vs. i5 2500k Sandy Bridge Quad-Core ForumPSU question for new rig - i5 2500k quad core ForumI5 2500k 1 core usage up to 90% and other are less ForumI5 2500k onboard graphics ForumLooking to squeeze more performance out of my E8400 - please help! ForumAre my i5 2500K Temps ok? More resources Read discussions in other CPUs categories AMD Intel Intel i5 Intel i7 Phenom Cooling Performance !