5.3Ghz all-core is pretty darn amazing!
5.3Ghz all-core is the best my "now aging" 11600K will do, yet 5.5Ghz Per-Core is very doable. Set 55 clock speed in a single core and 54, 53, 49, 49, 49, or any combination dropping progressively lower each core.
55 55 54 49 49 49
55 54 53 52 51 50
Also if you have 1 or 2 cores that Intel has specified in bios as your "best" cores, you can try a Per-Core like this:
Your best core(s) set to 56 (or 57 or 58) and all the other P-cores set to AUTO, just to see HOW High you can clock your best core(s). 🙂
Per-Core overclocks are extremely fun, and use much less voltage than all-core.
Do games benefit from all-core overclocks? Probably some do and some don't.
Workstations with apps that use sustained CPU loading and processing, I'm certain those machines benefit from all-core OC's.
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