I've been trying to overclock one of my old CPUs (2500K) and it will not go through. I use the same guide when I used the 2500K religiously (http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/265056-29-2600k-2500k-overclocking-guide) to do so, but when I login and check CPU-Z, HWMonitor, or any related software, it says I'm running at the standard (stock) 3.3ghz. I would like to note I spilled a little water on top of my computer case a long time ago. Only thing I've noticed the computer having an issue (after drying and reinstalling components) was that the computer will not shut off until I force it by holding the power button. It will go to a dark screen, but the computer won't turn off. That's the only issue I have had. It is likely that is the cause of the CPU not overclocking, but just wanted to make sure. Every other feature works on the motherboard from what I know. Any ideas? Or is it because of the slight water damage?