So even though I am still displeased with regards to my max RAM stable speed, I am very happy with the boost in performance from simply raising the bclk clock to 102 mhz.
Before these adjustments were available to us, using only the AMD inbuilt boost speeds for my 2600x I had the following results in core speed frequencies.
Under serious CPU stress test (prime95, Linpack etc) my CPU all core frequency would be around 3940-3960 mhz.
Now my CPU all core frequency is around 4030 - 4050 mhz.
Single core boost show similar frequency improvement.
This I am very happy with
I have not had time to bench but I ran 10 iterations of Linpack and a 15min run on Realbench and the system was stable.
A quick Cinebench before score was 1356 after the bclk boost its not 1416
So far have not seen any negative issues, waiting to see if the cold boot issue I was occasionally having is resolved and also a weird issue I was having with my EVO 960 where something weird would happen when the device is first initialized in which it would be extremely slow, i.e. first post screen would take over 1 minutes to appear and Windows would take over 5 minutes to load with everything crawling.
Solution would be to power down a couple of times then it would be OK.