If you have a processor AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3Dand a motherboard M: YESyou should know that the company has released a new function in the BIOS called Kombo Strike. Accessible by updating the BIOS to the latest version, a feature is added that will only show us the following options: Off, 1, 2 and 3. Essentially, the higher the number you choose, the greater the performance improvementbut the request for a cooling system.
MSI BIOS that adds Kombo Strike functionality for AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D processors is available for AMD X570 and AMD B550 motherboards.
Basically, we could say that 1, 2 and 3 would refer to: 1 x 120mm air or liquid cooling system; 2 to a high-end air cooling system or a 240/280 mm radiator; while 3 would be a triple-fan (360mm) radiator. This is because each level unlocks a higher energy power cap, allowing for increased performance. up to 5% without the need to add an overclock, but of course the price to pay is this increase in power consumption which results in rising temperatures.
As a benchmark in performance improvement, Cinebench R23in the multi-core test, we went from 14513 dots go out, go out 14865 points in option 1; 15019 in Option 2; Yes 15212 points in option 3. In single core performance, we see how we go from 1490 to 1493 points regardless of the option chosen.