Not really, and the best advice is always to OC via the bios. It's the only real way to ensure stability. Ryzen Master for Rzyen chips is decent. And the Asus AI isn't so bad either. They are fun to play with, but for consistent, repeatable results a software OC is not so good.I tend to use Asus AI Suite and it does the OC for me, Im just curious if their is anything better on the market that will automatically OC my system to a stable and great OC?
That's a great guide for beginners and anyone wanting to refresh on new systems. @Darkbreeze did a great job on this tutorial, and is one I often refer posters to looking to get started.First things first, make sure you have a quality psu and cooler.
Covering the basics If you found your way here it's likely you are looking for help with basic overclocking. Either that or you're a long time overclocker interested in seeing whether I had any eye opening insights that you may have been lacking. Rest assured, I don't. This is only intended as...forums.tomshardware.com