Here are a few links. It looks like there is a need to read all the way through as sometimes the 1st post is not always updated with the good stuff. At least in the "Rome" thread a few ES samples were killed along the way by pushing specs too far, so be careful! I don't understand all that they are doing and not sure I would pursue ES samples without further understanding. There are a few tools created that look to have "safe" values figured out though.
This is the "Rome" overclocking thread. Mostly focused on the Engineering Samples and others that are not the "Retail" versions. For the 7002 series the retail versions seem to be the most locked down from what I've read so far.
In November of 2019 I first got my hands on an AMD EPYC Naples engineering sample. I thought it was really cool you could overclock 32-cores for a lot cheaper than a 2990WX and achieve mostly the same performance. Once I saw that there were next-generation EPYC Rome engineering samples floating...
This is the thread for the older Naples 7001 series. I only looked at the first page or 2.
I've been getting alot of PM's asking how to OC an AMD Epyc. All you need to do is write the OC to the CPU MSR. As a reliable tool (for windows) for this i modded AsusZenStates to run on non Asus boards, you can download it here: ZenStatesAll(2) The sourcecode for AsusZenStates was made public...
Might be worth seeing if you can pump up the volume on the ES versions, but make sure that the tweaks work with the motherboard and ES sample versions!
Oh, the Funky Bunch are biting at your 3x heels! Not so much myself as I can't seem to keep over half my junk running full time, but the rest of the Funky's are coming for you!