Okay, so I watched a tutorial on how to overclock my new I7 to 5 GHz however I'm kinda scared that I overclocked it too much and that it will fry. I have no problem right now but in should I lower the GHz level to stop it from frying.
Covering the basics If you found your way here it's likely you are looking for help with basic overclocking. Either that or you're a long time overclocker interested in seeing whether I had any eye opening insights that you may have been lacking. Rest assured, I don't. This is only intended as...
And once you feel like you have a good handle on everything covered there, THEN it might be time to look at platform specific guidelines. Going straight from "IDK WTF I'm doing" to "Wow, I'm doing 5Ghz", is a REALLY, REALLY bad idea. Bad. Bad. Bad.
The first thing you need to do, is reset your BIOS to the default settings to remove any changes you've made in terms of overclocking. At least for now.
The second thing you need to do is explain where your Kraken X52 is mounted and whether the fans are oriented for intake or exhaust on the radiator. And also where each of your Corsair fans are installed, and which direction airflow is FOR THAT LOCATION. Knowing that one is an intake and one is an exhaust doesn't help much if you have the rear fan as an intake and a bottom fan as an exhaust, and believe me, I've seen that here, and worse. I've seen people with five or six fans, with ALL locations populated, but ALL of them as intake. LOL.
Flip your top fan over so that it is blowing out, not in like it currently is. It is oriented the wrong way. If the motor cage (The four "arms" you see that support the motor) are facing into the case and the fan blades are facing OUT, then it is bringing air INTO the case and is an intake orientation. Top and rear fans almost always need to be exhaust.
You also need to do the same thing to the fans on your radiator. They are facing the wrong way. This is why you have cooling problems.
If you change the orientation of the radiator fans so that the fan blades are facing towards the radiator and the top fan so it's fan blades are facing IN, I think you'll find you have no more cooling problems. As it stands right now, it's about as wrong as it could be. The only way it could be worse is if the rear fan was facing the wrong way too.