The processors clock speed of Intel® products will increase the speed automatically based on internal components and configuration inside the processor. I am afraid that this cannot be changed or handled manually. It is also important to say that Intel® does not support Over clocking.
My best recommendation is to set the defaults for the processor and run the Intel® Processor Diagnostic Tool to diagnose the unit and it will generate a report in case of failure.
You can get this software at the following link:
I figured it out. As i said i have the custom water loop/ Do to there being no heat sink and fan blowing on the vrms they became to warm during stress testing and was throttling the clock speed.(even though they are cool to touch) I added some fans to the vrms and problem solved. At what temperature with the 2700k begin to throttle and what is the max safe temp for 24/7 use?
The processor has a lifespan of 5-6 years under heavy and full work load. The processor temperature can be between 40C to 78C. The temperature can go up to 92C or 100C but at that point it is considered overheating.