Just bought a new mobo and Ryzen 2700 to replace my aging i7 3820. Wow, what a difference even at stock speeds! I got it all up and running and verified everything is working, RAM is running XMP @ 3000MHz, so I decided to look into how to overclock these (I went with the 2700 @ MC for $229 since I knew I would OC it and I already have a custom WC loop). I'm a little dismayed that the Gaming Ultimate only offers voltage offset choices in the BIOS. I can't set the voltage as needed. But, I'm not sure I even need to? It seems like most of the guys Ive seen online are just setting a +.225v on the Vcore and changing the multiplier to x42 and calling it a day. Which I'm perfectly happy to do, but unsure if I should return the MoBo and get the Gaming 5 or even Gaming 7 instead. Its +$40 or +$90. I know the 7 offers direct voltage setting in the BIOS, does the 5 as well? I don't really need anything else they offer on the Mobo so this would be essentially paying to set my voltages for future chips maybe? Any input? Thanks!