I agree with Chad. That is nowhere near close on an "average" Creedmoor. Of course that depends some on barrel length too, what length is your barrel? I love my Creed and have shot all bullet weights extensively using H-4350.
One thing I will say, the downfall of the Creed is the brass. Hornady brass is what I use, and it is kind of soft. If you get your loads too hot you will start blowing primer pockets pretty easy compared to harder brass. In my rifle the high node for 130's was a bit hot, and I wasn't getting the brass life I wanted. With either the 140 class or 123 SMK the high node peaked a bit lower, and was much better for brass life.
I am running a 140 at 2725 (42.3 grains H-4350) in a barrel that has been chopped to 22", with good brass life.