My single core scores kinda suck. Just got 609 in CBR20. Best I've seen was about 614. I have to wonder if it's the 3200MHz memory or just a bad chip for single core performance, or maybe my board. It is an old X470, Asus x470-i. For me, I'm less concerned about games, I'm really looking for that additional multithread boost for Visual Studio compilation times. Only thing I have that I care about. As long as I don't lose low power idle which is the majority of the time for my system, I don't mind.Running 3200mhz at 14-14-14-36 or something like that would generally perform about equal or slightly better in most cases as long as it is 2x 2rank. Only some cases where 3600mhz with higher latency has a major benefit over 3200mhz with lower latency. If I were to run with OC then I would probably OC once a certain threshold is reached in amps and run "stock" the rest of the way. None of the games I've tried are even close to the 142 watt limit without PBO so makes no sense for me, especially with the possability of the added heat on occasion. However even with cyberpunk running 12-14 threads the boost clocks are still 4650+ so I doubt there are any games where overclocking would benefit and for other tasks it doesn't matter much if it takes 55 seconds or 1 minute. The single core performance drops about 3% in my system though with PBO on so stock seems the most sensible.