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is it worth overclocking  if so any good how to 

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Just now, NZgamer said:

Depends on motherboard. Usually most people will push their overclocks to the highest point before it becomes unstable

i have the x570 aorus master 

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5 minutes ago, tommy3010 said:

i have the x570 aorus master 

Enable PBO and you'll get the best of both single-core boost and multi-core boost. Manual overclocking of the 3950X is not worth it.

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16 minutes ago, 5x5 said:

Enable PBO and you'll get the best of both single-core boost and multi-core boost. Manual overclocking of the 3950X is not worth it.

you have any good links on how to do that plz 

 

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24 minutes ago, tommy3010 said:

you have any good links on how to do that plz 

 

Pbo or mce is an option in your bios 

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11 hours ago, tommy3010 said:

you have any good links on how to do that plz 

 

It's just a setting in your BIOS

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8 hours ago, 5x5 said:

It's just a setting in your BIOS

what that it do no more 

 

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8 hours ago, 5x5 said:

It's just a setting in your BIOS

i just checked and it says auto should i just leave it at that 

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Just now, tommy3010 said:

i just checked and it says auto should i just leave it at that 

you mean llc or pbo ?

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24 minutes ago, tommy3010 said:

i just checked and it says auto should i just leave it at that 

PBO should be set to enabled as auto is disabled on most boards.

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The most performance gains you will get from this system is running your XMP profile.

 

Ryzen processors are pushed to the max from auto-OC SenseMi technology. You won't really gain anything over PBO trying to OC manually like @5x5 had mentioned just above there. 

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