So it looks like im going to moving away from the manual all core overclock as ive managed to get a great balance using features of my motherboard that never worked as well with my previous 3600X.
The 3600 is currently boosting over 4600 mhz, TM5 runs at a touch over 4500 mhz, this is using EDC @3, BCLK @106.850, CPU vCore Offset @ +0.05v and CPU LLC @Mode5.
Heavy AVX2 workloads are dropping to 4250mhz @1.25v, CB20 is running close to 4400 mhz @ 1.325 (scores slightly down from manual 4.4ghz overclock).
Its been stable all day on the nvme drive, no signs of any corruption or any issues whatsoever.
Ive ran numerous stress tests, benchmarks and they are all acting as expected, no audio anomolies, games are workng great, heat output is down, power draw is down, im very very happy with the results.
Ofcourse, if I was participating in benchmarks manual all core is they way to go, but for everyday use rig, this setup is awsome.
CPU-Z benchmark is hitting 4450/555
Currently running y-cruncher, its been running for over 3 hours.
Tomorrow will post some benchmark scores ....