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post #31 of 33 (permalink) Old 11-26-2019, 03:41 PM
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I’m more of a set it and forget it guy. And PBO has given me higher lightly threaded clocks than I can achieve on all cores.

So it’s the best of both worlds.

Plus going into ryzen master every time you “need” the oc would get old pretty quick.
That last statement is 100% true. If you don't set it in the BIOS, it gets old quick to launch Ryzen Master every time. Gigabyte's BIOS or I guess the AGESA is so convoluted with the same options and settings available in different areas of the BIOS.

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PBO voids your CPU warranty
Even then, the odds are in your favor that a CPU dies on you because of it since it's very rare.

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That last statement is 100% true. If you don't set it in the BIOS, it gets old quick to launch Ryzen Master every time. Gigabyte's BIOS or I guess the AGESA is so convoluted with the same options and settings available in different areas of the BIOS.



Even then, the odds are in your favor that a CPU dies on you because of it since it's very rare.
I was just replying to the question in the title.

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Ah this is where we are missing each other. I am using a 2600x, I didn’t realize things were that different now.

Ahh ok ok :-)) Yes I was talking about Ryzen 3000
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