- Jul 15, 2019
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|System Name||The Purp|
|Processor||Ryzen 9 3900X|
|Motherboard||ASRock X570 Taichi|
|Memory||Gskill Royal Silver 15-16-15-15 @3800|
|Video Card(s)||RTX 2080 Strix OC|
|Storage||NVME Samsung Evo 970 Plus 2 TB, Samsung Evo 860 4 TB|
|Case||Thermaltake View 71 RGB|
|Power Supply||EVGA 850G+|
|Mouse||Steel Series Sensei 10|
|Keyboard||Steel Series Apex 150|
Start video at 45:30
Has anyone tried this, and is it dangerous to do? Never played with this, so am very curious about any info available on it.
There are no links anywhere out there talking about this, and the actual numbers used.
Also, the voltage offset he used, was it related to this?
Thanks for any links or info.
Found this on another forum. I will try it and report back.
Precision Boost Overdrive
In order to let the motherboard take over and overclock your CPU to the max, you first need to set the limits of the Precision Boost Overdrive (PBO). In the picture below I simply entered maximum rating which would be impossible for the CPU to attain making the PBO limits functionally disabled. Letting the motherboard take control of the overclocking is more efficient with power management, but potentially not the best in terms of maximum overclock. For more information about precision boost and precision boost overdirve, there is a nice YouTube video linked at the bottom of this thread.