Absolutely! Visit the OpenLiteSpeed forums. Rather than scratching the surface here, go see a decade’s worth of valuable answers there regarding web server performance tuning. I am not being dismissive but trying to help you best. They just have a treasure trove of information and experts there that would be much better geared to helping you.
That’s… interesting. What OS are you even running? Did you install CyberPanel on a clean install of your OS? Is your web environment running in a VM or on bare metal? Is your kernel running stable without any errors? What is your business use case for a high performance system? Are you offering compute in the cloud? Before you answer, consider this. Bear in mind that an AMD Ryzen 5000 series system is not supported by the older kernel used in CentOS 8/AlmaLinux/Rocky Linux and therefore requires running in a VM. Throwing high-end modern hardware at serving web content can be akin to a fool rushing in where angels dare not tread unless you know exactly what you are doing. There is a good reason why low-clock speed processors are often selected for serving simple web content while other more niche high-clock speed models are reserved for intensive compute tasks. And if my questions above don’t make sense, I would rethink all of what you are doing and consider first starting small before (I assume) collocating a high-end system in a data center.