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5950x Overclocking Help: PBO or Stock

Can anyone help with the best PBO bios settings for a 5950x on a Gigabyte x570 Aorus Master ? 

 

Right now I just have the PBO enabled with not specific settings. 

 

When I run 3d mark getting score of between 22800 and 22777. ( Have a 3080 ti )

 

Just wondering if there will be any real significant gains for oc or not. When I run 3d mark it does go up to 4.6 GHz during tests so not sure if trying to overclock to 4.9 or higher is really work it for gaming. Also I'm gaming in 1440p. Thanks for any info

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Honestly just dont bother

 

You can gain alot more from ram overclocking than cpu overclocking nowadays, so if you have some good rams then just oc the sht out of them and that will be a good way to boost performance abit

 

Pbo might give a slight diff but its just not worth it anymore, just leave it at auto, and maybe screw around with curve optimizer a lil

 

 

And this is coming from an ocing nut that oc the absolute sht out of his hardware

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Precision Boost Overdrive does a really good job with the 5000 series.. 

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You can play with ppt limit to keep temps more under control at the cost of >5% performance loss. I would test what ppt does stock and whack 40-50 off that and play with it from there, or you can download Clocktuner for Ryzen and see what it can do for you, it's pretty decent.

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^^ If temperatures are worrying.

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5 minutes ago, Cyracus said:

You can play with ppt limit to keep temps more under control at the cost of >5% performance loss. I would test what ppt does stock and whack 40-50 off that and play with it from there, or you can download Clocktuner for Ryzen and see what it can do for you, it's pretty decent.

I'll give clocktunera try.

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