Originally Posted by Captainpoo
2500k @ 3.7GHZ 1.3V (auto volts) & EIST disabled
As others mentioned, no reason to disable speed stepping, it adjusts the multiplier on-the-fly to save power and reduce heat, and ramps up very quickly when more speed is needed. As for the 4 GHz OC, why bother? That's only a 300 MHz boost, and you won't really notice the difference until about 4200, still a totally safe OC, especially with that cooler. Even at 4200 no other changes are needed, just set multiplier to 42. And if the temps start looking too scary, lower the CPU volts to 1.2 manually, or set for + offset .30-.35 and try that. Don't be afraid to adjust settings, just use common sense.