I've been hearing the same thing from many people - "The B450 Tomahawk is a great board, just don't plan to overclock". I find this super confusing. While it doesn't have an amazing VRM setup, the overclocking headroom on Zen 2 is so small that I don't really understand why this is an issue. Case in point, I've got my R5 3600 running very happily at 4.2GHz all core (1.325V, got lucky there I guess) and my RAM OC'd from 3200 -> 3600 (1.37V vs 1.35V stock). Prime stable for the hour or so I ran it, stable through IntelBurnTest/Linpack 1M test run repeatedly, and zero crashes. This is by no means an extreme overclock, but it's basically what any average owner of this board looking to overclock would be doing. What am I missing? For sure I would not pick this board if I were trying for a super high end OC (let's say 1.4V+), but I'm miffed as to why people say this for the average user.